The morning of September 19 was a dismal day for those of us who voted yes. I can honestly say, it felt like a death in the family. That kind of despair you feel deep in your soul...will we forever be the tail attached to the arse of the dog that is ...
Incoming SNP leader has welcomed 60,000 new members and rising making it the UKs third-largest partyAmong the many challenges facing Scotlands incoming first minister Nicola Sturgeon, there is one any party leader would ostensibly be glad of.
The new leader of the SNP has the perfect opportunity to shape the post-referendum political landscapeI suppose well all just have to live with the epithet by which Scotland is now known throughout the globe: the most scared wee country in the...
The past week in Westminster was very instructive. First we had a “Command Paper” which outlined the devolution proposals of the three unionist parties, not one of which would devolve more than 30 per cent of Scotland’s revenue base.
ON 18 September I was in Livingston helping to “knock up” the Yes vote. In elections, this effort to persuade reluctant voters to go to the polling station is essential. On referendum day it wasn’t needed.
GORDON Brown has urged Labour to maintain its opposition to the devolution of all income tax to Holyrood because it would create “a constitutional crisis” that would be “a Trojan horse” for independence.
A FIFTH of the Scottish electorate is being threatened with fines unless they re-register to vote in future elections as part of a controversial UK government scheme that was postponed until after the referendum.