Sandy Gemmill (Letters, September 23) baffles me in his claim that a higher GDP per capita is actually a sign of lower wealth.
Pensions have become a pressure point for the campaign for Scottish independence, ever since chartered accountants' professional body ICAS reported in April that a Yes vote could open up a potential funding black hole.
A FUTURE Labour government would impose the "maximum" delays possible before allowing workers from new EU countries to come to the UK.
Some have linked the independence referendum to the 700th anniversary of Bannockburn, which falls within the same year.
It's been a good week for … bar customers