The SNP is the only party that can be trusted to stand up for Scotland's young people, actor Martin Compston declared.
Labour is failing to catch the SNP in Scotland and support for the nationalists is still on the rise, a new poll has suggested.
Ed Miliband said he could be "a prime minister who unites the whole of our country" as he hit back at "desperate" Tory claims a Labour government would be forced to rely on Scottish nationalist votes.
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.
A rally organised by a pro-independence group linked to Tommy Sheridan pushed ahead with an event in Glasgow yesterday without having the permission of the local authority.
THE feud between Jim Murphy and Unite general secretary Len McCluskey has deepened after it emerged that the pair did not meet each during the trade union boss' trip to Scotland.
It is not every day you receive a telephone call from a former Prime Minister making you aware of a policy announcement expected to have some sort of impact on your line of work.
THE SNP last night warned other parties not make the House of Lords a 'house of losers' after the election by elevating defeated MPs as a consolation prize.
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GORDON Brown will today make an impassioned appeal to voters' sense of patriotism as he attempts to fire up Scottish Labour's failing election campaign.
NICOLA Sturgeon would make a great prime minister and introduce a deal more feminine fairness into Britain.
Readers of a certain vintage will forever associate the phrase "that dress" with the eye-poppingly skimpy Versace creation Liz Hurley wore to the Four Weddings And A Funeral premiere in 1994.