You never know the minute with the stock exchange.
OFFPANTS, the regulatory body for the pantomime industry, is to intervene in the independence referendum as concern grows about the performances of both the Oh Yes It Is and the Oh No It Isn't campaigns.
tom shields Cycling in the city
TODAY'S topic is the inadvisability of conducting political campaigns in licensed premises.
IN a foretaste of future aviation, a Jetstream aircraft last month became the first to fly "unmanned" across UK airspace.
The Better Together campaign is in the process of asking 500 important questions in the days that remain before the independence vote.
Entirely on my own behalf, I have been in the veldt sampling Afrikaans food.
Just when you think Dame Helen Mirren could be held in no higher esteem does she not appear on a Soho street dressed as the Queen to tell a noisy band to pipe down.
The UK Independence Party and not the Scottish National Party may be the most significant factor for a Yes victory in the 2014 referendum.
ONE Westminster Government department is so successful that it is to be mutualised, which is different from being privatised.
THEY are trying to make us play the Name Game again.
With cake being such an expensive commodity these days, a Government Minister has come up with a new dietary regime for the revolting poor: Let them eat leftovers.
There seems to be controversy over arrangements for next year's celebration of the 700th anniversary of the Battle of Bannockburn.
Football authorities have reacted quickly to the incident in which Liverpool striker Luis Suarez bit a Chelsea defender.
Get ready for a new era of smart clothes.
Scotland is to have a summit on getting high.
The Scottish body politic has ignored my suggestion that we debate independence only on a Tuesday.
Research reveals that eating loads of egg white can be as effective as pills for treating high blood pressure.
How disrespectful to the late Margaret Thatcher can you get?
We should not be celebrating the death of Margaret Thatcher.
New Labour (or whatever the former people's party is called these days) has come a long way from the Wheeltappers and Shunters Social Club.
Protest seems pointless these days.
As I progress further into retirement I have more time for nuisance phone calls.
News from the research laboratories of Imperial College is that microchips can help cut obesity.
Iain Duncan Smith, formerly known as the caring Conservative frae Easterhouse and now the Coalition welfare axeman, got a sherrickin in Edinburgh over his bedroom tax.
Graeme Souness attributes Scottish failure on the football park to poor diet.
At first I was not aware Calum MacKenzie was an artist.
Here are some items Chancellor George Osborne might have announced to perk up an otherwise dull budget:
Tomorrow is World Happiness Day (WHD) as decreed by the United Nations.
Let's hope the man who became Pope Francis puts his philosophy of a simple life into practice now he is pontiff.