TOM Clarke won the largest majority of any MP in the 2005 general election.
JOHN Robertson became the 'accidental MP' after being selected to fight the seat following the shock death of Scotland's first First Minister Donald Dewar in 2000.
FORMER Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy has become the latest politician to accuse the Tories of attempting to stoke up English nationalism.
JIM McColl, the businessman and economic adviser to Nicola Sturgeon, has backed the SNP's call for full fiscal autonomy while warning the economy could become "screwed up" after the wholesale devolution of tax powers.
ALEX Salmond has laughed off the Tories latest poster, which plumbed new depths by depicting him as a black-clad pickpocket.
SCOTS Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie has said he would be willing to work with the SNP after next year's Holyrood election if no party emerges with a majority.
SCOTTISH Labour is failing to catch the SNP as support for the Nationalists continues to grow, a new polls has shown.
SEAN Clerkin, the veteran street campaigner who chased Iain Gray into a sandwich shop in the last Holyrood election, has been credited with changing history.
THE SNP has increased its lead over Labour, meaning a near wipeout for the party north of the order, according to a new poll.
NICOLA Sturgeon yesterday urged female voters to put their trust in the SNP and shatter the glass ceiling, as Labour tried to reach women by stoking fears of a second independence referendum.
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A new poll suggests Labour and the Tories are still effectively neck and neck in the race for Downing Street.