The SNP have got their script written already.
Sectarian violence in the 1970s and 80s was set well into the far left, but could a post-Brexit referendum see a new breed of far right extremism crawl out from the fringes?
Primarily aimed at stamping out sectarianism, the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act (OFBA) ranks among the SNP's most divisive pieces of legislation. Questions are now being asked about whether the act should be scrapped altogether.
Keeping Scotland part of the UK will be one of the prime minister's biggest challenges.
Most of Scotland's political parties are led by people who aren't straight, and almost everyone seems to be cool with that.
The economy of towns and villages around the Faslane nuclear base rely on weapons of mass destruction that could kill us all.
The proposed introduction of facial recognition technology has met with anger among Scottish football supporters, who see it as a further step towards criminalising the fans.
The drink that "gets you fucked fast" is blamed for many social problems, but the SNP just stopped a Labour attempt to get it banned.
A year after the independence referendum, the "Hope Over Fear" movement is the awkward sibling of mainstream Scottish nationalism.
"There's something about horror stories, where it's funny to hear these terrible, horrific fucking things happening. It's good, it's... got this cracking feeling to it, where it's safe, it's fiction."
They're keeping older British voters happy by pissing off the young. That tactic could blow up in their faces in the long run.
They're worried about their jobs if CalMac is bought out. The case poses tricky questions for the Scottish National Party's relationship with trade unions.