DAVID Cameron has admitted his bid to reform Britain's relationship with Brussels was "not met with a wall of love" when he met his European counterparts in Latvia but he nonetheless insisted he was confident of success and pledged patience and tenacity in achieving it.
THE SNP leadership has sent out a clear message of intent that it will cover all policy areas at Westminster, regardless of whether they are reserved to the Commons or are already devolved to Holyrood, by announcing its extensive team of spokespeople.
THE European Union Referendum Bill is to be David Cameron's priority measure and will be the first legislation published when the Conservative programme for government is revealed next week, a senior Whitehall source has disclosed.
SPECULATION is mounting at Westminster that David Cameron's final appointment to his new-look majority Government, for the post of Advocate General for Scotland, will be Richard Keen QC, currently Chairman of the Scottish Conservatives.
PRESSURE is mounting for Scottish Labour to consider becoming fully independent from the UK Labour Party after Andy Burnham, the frontrunner to succeed Ed Miliband as party leader, said there was "a case" for such a move.