Once upon a time, a minor sport for election-watchers was the laying of bets on Michael Forsyth and Stirling.
I REALLY wonder about what will come out at the end of the Smith Commission process.
YESTERDAY, I began face-to-face meetings with nominees from Scotland's five main political parties to the Smith Commission.
AS your editorial ("SNP surge brings gloom for Labour", The Herald, October 13) says, the challenge now, within the Smith Devolution Commission, is for the pro-UK parties to respond to the pressure for significant constitutional change.
DAVID Cameron has been accused by the SNP of a "total dereliction of duty" for not leading today's set-piece six-hour Commons debate on devolution following the Scottish independence referendum.