I am glad the First Minister asked the Prime Minister to spell out exactly what would happen to Scotland's budget if we do not vote Yes next year in the independence referendum (The £4bn question, News, December 1).
BILLY Connolly spoke for many as he laid a bouquet of flowers at the site of the Clutha disaster last week.
A tycoon who funded the Scottish Tories has had his bankruptcy extended by a sheriff following claims his court evidence was "extraordinary" and not "credible".
MPs are to get a £7,600 pay rise after a watchdog refused to bow to pressure from political leaders to scale back the increase at a time voters are feeling the squeeze.
YOU will no doubt publish many well deserved tributes to Nelson Mandela, above all to his courage, fortitude and moral clarity.