NICOLA Sturgeon will today put fresh pressure on Ed Miliband to agree a post-election deal with the SNP by sending a message of "friendship and solidarity" to Labour supporters south of the Border.
ALEX Salmond has delayed a North American tour to promote his new book until after the election, after it threatened to overshadow today's opening of the SNP conference in Glasgow.
THE SNP conference starting today in Glasgow will be biggest in the party's 81 year history.
EFFORTS to put the reigns on a newly-formed council body have been frustrated after Whitehall said it would recognise the fledging organisation.
A consultation has been launched as to whether new legislation is needed to tackle the problem of so-called "revenge porn".
A VICIOUS war of words between a Labour MP and the SNP has deepened, after the politician publicly claimed that a nationalist 'youth wing' was infiltrating schools to 'brainwash pupils'.
THE referendum result was not swayed by the dramatic cross-party 'vow' to deliver new powers for Holyrood, according to a major study into why Scots rejected independence.
LAND reforms being championed by the Scottish Government risk leaving the taxpayer with a £600m bill, MSPs have been warned.
FREE driving lessons are to be offered to young people in a bid to help them find jobs.
A NEW survey appears to have debunked suggestions that people in Scotland are significantly more left-wing and pro-European than those south of the Border.
THE rancour in the civil war engulfing Scottish local government has been laid bare as moves to thwart a newly-formed council organisation at birth emerge.
Scots are more interested in politics and more likely to vote in the general election than those elsewhere in Britain, a survey has suggested.
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David Cameron is kicking off his campaign for No 10 with a pledge to deliver a "truly seven-days-a-week NHS" for England if the Conservatives are returned to power on May 7.
MPs are claiming hundreds of thousands of pounds in expenses for London rents and hotels despite owning properties in the capital, it has been reported.
Just twelve hours before he had told Jeremy Paxman: "Hell, yes".