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...
If Scotland opts for independence, the UKs divorce from Europe would swiftly followThe referendum on Scottish independence, due on 18 September, comes at a time of growing opposition in the UK to remaining in the EU.
Poll by Survation, published in Daily Mail, suggests gap between yes and no votes narrowed to six points since second debateAlex Salmond has denied that the Scottish independence referendum debate is dividing families and promoting anti-English...
Harry Leslie Smith: In 1926, Harry Leslie Smith's sister died of TB in a workhouse infirmary, too poor for proper medical care. In 1948, the creation of the NHS put a stop to all that. In an extract from his new book, Harry's Last Stand, he describes his despair at the coalition's dismantling of the welfare state
The Economist Scotland's referendum endgame The Economist The latest Scottish Social Attitudes survey suggests that about one-third of Scots are committed to independence and another third think devolution need go no farther than it has already.
DAVID Cameron's visit to Scotland to rally the No campaign has backfired after business leaders delivered a humiliating public rebuke over his plan to hold a referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union.
As Treasury officials play 'Think of a Number' and the Lib Dems go into freefall, a bad day for the Better Together campaign just got worse. It seems that it isn't just the Treasury that are just m...
This meetings where the educated informed audience tell the panalists the truth are all the rage right now. Thats the problemn with a grassroots organisation, we are all informed. Yi canny pu the wool ower wur een.
The Independent Scottish independence: 'Patronising' Better Together ad campaign takes ... The Independent Surely, the people behind the Better Together advertising campaign could have seen this coming?
Around 200 business leaders have backed Scottish independence in an open letter, in a stern rebuff to a group of 130 company leaders who insisted yesterday that the case for leaving the UK ''has not been made''.