The Tories new plan for victory: 80 seats that will decide it all The Conservative Party has drawn up plans to gain 40 and hold 40 key marginal seats in an attempt to secure an overall majority at the...
David Cameron’s flagship Big Society Network is being investigated by the Charity Commission over allegations that it misused government funding and made inappropriate payments to its directors – including a Tory donor.
Telegraph.co.uk Scottish secession could start wave of European independence Daily American Online If the United Kingdom becomes divided after a Scottish referendum in September, it could start a chain reaction of independence throughout Europe.
BBC News Scottish independence: Europeans with an eye on Edinburgh BBC News The region in north-east Spain already enjoys a wide degree of autonomy, and, until recently, few Catalans wanted full independence.
ALEX Salmond yesterday pledged to keep politics out of the Commonwealth Games as Glasgow prepares to host the 11-day event, which begins tonight with a star-studded opening ceremony to welcome athletes from around the world.
SEVEN of the key players involved in the famous industrial dispute from the 70s have openly backed a Yes vote in the hope that independence will provide a boost to Scotland's flailing shipbuilding industry.
UKIP Scotland's claim to be a credible political force has been questioned after it emerged that the party's democratic decision-making functions had effectively been suspended for nearly eight months.
The United States' longstanding “special relationship” with the United Kingdom is being tested as Scotland prepares to vote on whether to become independent after a 307-year political union with Britain. The Sept. 18 referendum puts the Obama administration in an awkward diplomatic spot. The U.S. has no greater ally than the U.K. and is careful to avoid disharmony with British Prime Minister David Cameron, who is determined to preserve England's union with Scotland. Yet the U.S. has had cozy cultural ties with Scotland for centuries. And because the U.S. itself split from Britain, warning Scotland against taking a similar step — particularly in a peaceful, democratic fashion — would smack of hypocrisy.
“INCREASINGLY desperate” Scottish nationalists will pull any trick they can when Holyrood returns to business for its unprecedented summer session after the Commonwealth Games, according to Better Together leader Alistair Darling.
Please read this as, 'yes camp should beware, ' warns Darling, 'u KOK are planning to vandalise yes shops like Hamilton, cars like Mr Prowse and basically all the nasty tricks we are and have accused the other side of'.
Court dismisses attempt by Leslie Moohan and Andrew Gillon, serving life sentences for murder, to overturn voting banA bid by two Scottish prisoners to overturn a ban on inmates voting in the independence referendum has been dismissed by the UK...
The Guardian David Cameron considers basing himself in Scotland before referendum The Guardian Salmond has also promised to avoid talking about the referendum for the duration of the Games, but he was unable to stop himself from saying to the 71...
Telegraph.co.uk Tony Blair: I believe Scots will reject independence Telegraph.co.uk In December 2012, the former primer minister promised to "play a part" in the campaign against Scottish independence during a lunch with political journalists in...