Some of the measures announced so far are popular, but there is frustration at the slow pace and lack of coherence.
Our panel, including Scottish Conservative Leader Douglas Ross, discuss the impact of the recent Holyrood election.
The Scottish Conservative Leader joins our expert panel for this discussion following the recent Holyrood elections.
Has the party secured a base it can build on in a less polarised politics? Or is it merely propped up on borrowed pro-UK votes?
The latest results, news and analysis from Holyrood and Cardiff Bay as they come in.
We don’t read her as a quitter. And the next election may come as early as 2023. But if she does step down before it, you read it here first.
The Nationalists themselves are doing everything they can to minimise their central policy. All the materials for denying their mandate are there.
Meanwhile, the Scottish Tories double down on their referendum threat… whilst the SNP start to back off from the idea.
It helps the Nationalists avoid scrutiny of their record and undermines Johnson’s pledge not to grant another vote.
The best George Galloway’s party can hope to achieve is taking seats from other unionists. They’re more likely to hand them to separatists.
“They are determined to have another referendum – even if it is an illegal, wildcat one,” warns the Scottish Conservative leader.
The constitutional struggle is a long game, and in the ‘war of position’ unionism is in a stronger position than the SNP would have you think.
The Scottish Conservative leader calls for devolution from Holyrood to local councils, and says he is looking forward to campaigning with Boris Johnson.
A string of polls have found both the SNP falling short of an overall majority and the Union outpolling independence.
Playing for second place is not good enough. It may be difficult to deliver, but an expansive pro-UK electoral alliance is our best hope.