Iain Macwhirter is correct in his observation that "claims that Scotland is now a one-party state after the General Election were predictable and wrong" (Trouble ahead?, Comment, 28 June).
KEZIA Dugdale, the favourite in the contest to become the next Scottish Labour leader, will move her party's headquarters from Glasgow to Edinburgh if she wins.
THE Scottish Liberal Democrats burned through a small fortune in their doomed attempt to defeat Alex Salmond at the general election, it has emerged.
EIGHT months ago, from the then rather more modest SNP benches in the Commons, Angus Robertson expressed a "great sympathy" with the principle of English Votes for English Laws (Evel).
The SNP has suggested it could sign up to the Conservative Government's controversial 'English votes for English Laws' - if Holyrood's Presiding Officer is consulted.