Insensitivity and indifference to the calls for greater devolution in all parts of the country is the greatest threat to the Union, William Hague told MPs today as he pressed the case for English votes on English laws.
No one is looking for a "partisan fix" to the question of English votes on English laws, William Hague has told MPs as he announced a full day's debate tomorrow on the fall out from the Scottish independence referendum.
Scotland's burgeoning pro-independence parties have criticised UK broadcasters' decisions to exclude them from national general election debates - and have found an ally in the UK Independence Party (Ukip).
The LibDem deputy leader has launched a stinging attack on Alex Salmond, accusing him of running a "politburo", amid reports the First Minister is targeting his Gordon constituency in next year's general election.
DAVID Cameron and Conservative headquarters will tonight be bracing themselves for the expected embarrassment of losing the Clacton-on-Sea seat in a by-election, which is due to deliver Nigel Farage's Ukip its first MP.
SPARE a thought for dear old Paddy Ashdown, who announced proudly to party activists that we were all now living in the Liberal Age but was asked, if that was so, then why had he never become prime minister.