JACK McConnell paints a picture of successful devolution and claims that the autonomy it has offered has led to improvements in Scotland ("McConnell hails Holyrood as he defends devolution", The Herald, July 1).
IN a sense, we could be described as the political odd couple.
'WHAT has the Scottish Parliament ever done for us?" ask Jack McConnell and Jim Wallace, tongues slightly in cheek, in today's Agenda column on the page opposite.
FORMER First Minister Jack McConnell has entered the independence referendum debate with a staunch defence of the achievements of devolution.
Hundreds of people are being encouraged to take up stitching to help complete the latest panel on the world's longest tapestry.