INFLUENTIAL senior Conservatives believe Trident should be housed in the US as a "stop gap" measure in the event of Scottish independence.
Two prominent firms have quit a major business lobbying organisation after it registered with the Electoral Commission to back a "no" vote in the independence referendum.
IT may be called Better Together, but the No campaign has been accused of a gaffe - after it asked an SNP minister to appear as its representative in an independence debate.
The SNP have hit out at plans to tell older people how long they can expect to live to prevent them blowing their pensions on fast cars.
The number of people in a job in Scotland rose by six times the population of Fort William last year, according to Treasury Chief Secretary Danny Alexander.
The creator of Brave, the Disney Pixar animation set in Scotland, has backed independence - and said a sequel to the popular film is inevitable.
Former Nato Secretary General Lord Robertson of Port Ellen has defiantly hit back at the critics of his outspoken remarks against independence.
Independence could be a "bit of a nightmare" for the energy industry, with extra costs generated, according to the boss of the energy industry's trade body.
ON paper, it must have looked like a well-calibrated battle plan.
Rising problems in Scottish businesses have "cast doubt over the the economic viability of independence", according to a business consultancy.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown "will remain" an MP, his office said in response to speculation that he could stand down in 2015.
Alex Salmond acts in the interests of big business bosses rather than their workers, Labour leader Johann Lamont has told a conference of union members.
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The hiring of one of Barack Obama's top strategists will help Ed Miliband win against a Conservative campaign based on "fear and smear" at the next general election, Labour has said.
THE Government is set to bring forward proposals aiming to implement more restrictions and punishments for so-called "dodgy directors".
FEMALE MPs are refusing to take part in Prime Minister's Questions in the Commons because it has become so raucous, Speaker John Bercow has revealed.