The ruling National Party thought Brexit had made Scots hungry for independence. They were wrong.
The nationalists had hoped Brexit might convince more Scots to support independence. It doesn’t look like it.
The Conservatives will probably stay in power. Scottish independence has become less likely. Brexit will become messier.
In their quest for independence, Scotland’s nationalists have shied away from reforms in education and health care.
Scottish independence is not about the economy. It’s about maintaining relations with likeminded nations in Europe.
Should they push for a second independence referendum now or wait for the economy to get worse?
Scotland must choose which of its borders to keep open: those with England or with the rest of Europe.
The Scottish leader knows there isn’t enough support for independence to call a second referendum.
Theresa May promises not to invoke Article 50 until there is agreement from all parts of the United Kingdom.
While their male counterparts treat politics like a game, these women offer serious, disciplined leadership.
The Spanish leader worries about setting a precedent that would encourage the separatists in Catalonia.
Those parts of the United Kingdom that voted to remain in the EU are not quite ready to accept the result.