More than two-fifths of voters intend to back the SNP at the next Holyrood election compared with little more than a quarter for Labour, a poll suggests.
Plans to roll out a new benefit should be halted in Scotland to allow for a "meaningful discussion" to take place about devolving welfare powers to Holyrood, the Deputy First Minister has said.
SCOTTISH MPs will be banned from voting on English-only legislation, David Cameron has insisted, as he used his speech to the Conservative Party conference to make his own "vow to England".
A LEADING Labour Party office bearer has quit her post amid post-referendum fallout, citing disillusion with the party nationally.
Charities are being urged to look beyond the "skint" public sector for their funding and do more to generate their own cash.
A SCOTTISH Government minister has appealed to the new "apostles for independence" to elect her as deputy leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP).
Holding the Scottish referendum settled the independence question and ended the risk of the union being eroded "bit by bit", David Cameron said.
Membership of the SNP has trebled since Scots voted to reject independence almost two weeks ago.
A team counting votes was replaced on referendum night after complaints about their behaviour.
COUNCILS are facing a growing backlash over plans to chase voters who registered for the independence referendum for unpaid council tax, as private agencies gear up to pursue other outstanding debts.
NATIONALIST MSPs have been accused of abusing their role on a key Holyrood committee to shield the Scottish Government from potential embarrassment over health budgets.
Scottish Tories' leader Ruth Davidson has claimed the Conservatives championed the silent majority of No voters in the independence referendum as she announced plans to look at lowering taxes.
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DAVID Cameron has made a bold pitch for five more years in power with a proposed tax cut for 30 million Britons, including three million Scots, as he set out a vision to make Britain "a country everyone can be proud to live in".
A former Conservative supporter has donated £1 million to Ukip after William Hague called him a "nobody".
A HUNGRY David Cameron went for a burger after delivering his conference speech today, at an American diner recommended by US President Barack Obama.