A once mighty movement lies broken and battered, thanks to Blairism and the referendum. Yet there is a way to revive it The old political order is a dying patient: each week brings new convulsions, more symptoms of approaching morbidity.
In the recent referendum young voters opted for independence. As with Ireland in 1916, a new mood has taken hold and change seems inevitableSometimes a history book prompts one to reflect on the past and present alike.
Senior MSP and former Holyrood transport minister to stand in possible three-way contest after resignation of Johann LamontOne of Scottish Labours most senior MSPs, Sarah Boyack, has confirmed she is to stand for election as the partys new leader...
THE SNP has welcomed a win at the first local by-election since the referendum, claiming the surge in support paves the way for a strong performance at the upcoming General and Holyrood elections over the next two years.
First ministers criticism comes after Johann Lamont resigned as Scottish Labour leader claiming her position was untenableScotlands first minister Alex Salmond has accused Ed Miliband of being responsible for the meltdown of the Scottish Labour...
A ROW broke out last night over the long-term viability of Scotland’s oil reserves as the discovery of a new oil field off the Aberdeen coast sparked fresh claims of “scaremongering” by the No camp during the independence campaign.
How Salmond won the referendum Yahoo News UK Countries with steady political structures are stable; the UK, with this uncertainty hanging over it, falls into another category, one markets tend to be averse to and one in which separatists can thrive.