Scottish Parliament

Sunday 27 July 2014

After reading Iain Macwhirter's comments on what he terms "the yawning gulf between Scotland and Westminster political culture", and then Ian Bell's article, exposing the hand of London Labour on the allegedly grass-roots Let's Stay Together movement, I turned to Judith Duffy's interview with Professor Adam Tomkins for some necessary elucidation of the No case (Cameron flushes Scotland's hopes down the toilet; You love us but what about independence; In the hot seat, Comment and News, July 20).

Sunday 27 July 2014

THE SNP's Legal Affairs Minister is facing an investigation by Scotland's ethics watchdog after failing to declare a shareholding in a left-wing publishing company she helped found.

Thursday 24 July 2014

A long-standing friend, an avowed nationalist, has been fond of joking over many years that, come the Great Day of Freedom, any government of a new-found, truly independent Scotland would have but one policy to pursue:

Tuesday 22 July 2014

With more programmes being made in Scotland than ever before and praise from audiences for referendum coverage, sport, drama and comedy, there is plenty for BBC Scotland chiefs to be happy about in the corporation's Scotland Annual Review, and in the report from the audience council for Scotland, both published yesterday.