THE UK Government has been criticised for having to be "dragged kicking and screaming" to a global conference examining the risk to humanity from the use of nuclear weapons, after coming under pressure from Scottish politicians.
'Changed, changed utterly" was Alex Salmond's verdict, echoing WB Yeats on the referendum's impact on Scotland.
Labour leadership candidate Jim Murphy will today call for "devo max within Scotland", arguing that transferring powers from Edinburgh to local communities can help his party win back trust.
The dispute over the Smith Commission report turns on whether additional powers should be decided by negotiations between political parties or the views of the majority of the people of Scotland.
These are difficult times for Scotland??s North Sea industry and the thousands of people who work in it.