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.
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.
SCOTLAND'S most senior civil servant has revealed how he used to "manage" former First Minister Alex Salmond through flattery.
One of the newest seats on the block, Paisley and Renfrewshire South was formed in 2005 from the predecessor seat of Paisley South.
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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.