Thundering Hooves 2.0 sounds more like a summer blockbuster than a jargon-heavy £50,000 arts consultants report.
The post-election landscape has generated much debate about Scotland's identity as a nation in terms of its wider position within the UK and Europe, with the SNP's seminal advance central to the direction and character of the dialogue.
Conservatives who tell you Scotland must never have another independence referendum are the same people, as often as not, who complain that voters have not had "a say" on Europe in 40 years.
EVEN if it has passed from your grasp I am sure you might still remember it, your youth.
Sunday morning and I'm in church.
Slumbering, mouth open, gently drooling in the first of our hot, hot days, I awoke with a start at the sound of a car turning into the drive.
COME the revolution it will be heels against the wall.
"MANY tweeps have bezzies and discuss cakeages.
It is only week one of their new jobs and Scotland's rookie MPs have grabbed the headlines in the national as well as the Scottish press.
While the outcome of the General Election may have delivered a degree of short-term stability to our economic landscape, it is far from clear what impact a Conservative majority combined with the unprecedented numbers of SNP MPs at Westminster will mean in terms of taxation and the wider economy north of the Border.
THERE are testing times ahead for Scottish education.
An extraordinary event held at Glasgow City Chambers by the charity Roshni last night caused barely a public ripple, but should have done.
THIS is the best of times for our fellow citizens who happen not to be heterosexual, with a series of developments in these islands and across the continent occurring at breakneck pace.
Where bank scandals are concerned, the City euphemism is "reputational damage", as though someone's corporate paintwork has been chipped a little.
How many Labour leaders have won elections since the Second World War?