Scotland may have to surrender some of its autonomy if it votes Yes to independence but is likely to receive limited additional powers if it votes No, according to economists.
It's been a while, but we all savoured a fine public flogging at FMQs today, with Justice Secretary bound to the mast for 40 lashes.
ALEX Salmond's claim that Scotland is on the cusp of a second oil boom has been called into question by the head of the UK's independent economic forecaster.
ONE of the world's largest credit ratings agencies has warned it would be difficult for a future independent Scotland to bail out its banks.
PENSION costs in an independent Scotland would rise fivefold within 20 years because of an ageing population and the SNP Government's spending commitments, according to a new analysis paper.
Three more universities have taken action against the CBI in response to its decision to back a No vote in the independence referendum.
MORE than one-third of UK consumers would be less likely to buy Scottish products or deal with firms based north of the Border if the country becomes independent, according to a new poll.
ALEX Salmond has announced a feasibility study on starting a high-speed rail link from Scotland to England.
Welfare spending in 2012/13 included:
IT counts as the first official clash of the referendum campaign - and it has ended with honours even.
A separate Scottish banking market would create additional costs for banks on both sides of the border, according to an international ratings agency.
The chairman of the UK Government's fiscal watchdog has defended its predictions for the future of the oil and gas industry, which reject the Scottish Government's suggestions of a new oil boom.
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ALEX Salmond is expected to face questions about the role of Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill after he bowed to pressure and shelved plans to end the historic requirement for corroboration in Scottish criminal cases.
Danny Alexander has ruled out Liberal Democrat support for a minority government at Westminster after 2015 - but not becoming his party's next leader.
Plans to change the laws on public sector contracts to boost the Living Wage have been announced by the Scottish Government.