Telegraph.co.uk The Scottish independence referendum will decide David Cameron's place in ... The Independent David Cameron was right to let the Scottish people vote on their future and may even reap some reward for it.
Scottish Daily Record Independence referendum: Conservatives set to offer full income tax control to ... Scottish Daily Record The Tories are to publish the findings of their review into devolution tomorrow.
Corporation accused of bias towards Nigel Farage's party and giving it too much airtimeThe BBC has received almost 1,200 complaints about its coverage of the European and local elections, saying it was biased towards Nigel Farage's Ukip.
David Cameron has come under fire for negative campaigning over the case for Scottish independence after the Treasury produced figures claiming that Scots would be £1 worse a year off outside the United Kingdom. At a joint press conference with his deputy Nick Clegg to mark the Westminster coalition's mid-term review, the prime minister said that winning the emotional battle over the ties that bind Scotland to the rest of the UK will be as crucial as the economic arguments in the independence referendum contest
Scotsman Scottish independence Common Weal project launched Scotsman She added: “With the full set of economic and fiscal levers, independence would unlock Scotland's full potential as a vibrant and dynamic economy and a fairer society.
Scottish finance minister says Guardian report reinforces argument others are getting rich of country's effort and resourcesJohn Swinney, the Scottish finance secretary, said new evidence about the impact of a high level of foreign ownership on...
ALEX Salmond is under increasing pressure to reveal the likely start-up costs of independence after a leaked dossier from finance secretary John Swinney said “comprehensive” work was carried out on “costs and staff numbers” for a new Scottish state.
Ministers in London have misled Scottish voters over how much it would cost to set up an independent government in Edinburgh, according to the man whose analysis underpins the Treasury’s case for Scotland remaining in the UK. Patrick Dunleavy,