A future British government could still dissolve the Scottish Parliament despite a cross-party agreement that it should be "made permanent", according to the peer who brokered a deal to firmly entrench Holyrood in UK law.
The Smith Commission on devolution has not given the Scottish Government all of the powers it wants and it will continue to argue for more, Deputy First Minister John Swinney has confirmed.
Nationalists have restated calls for Chancellor George Osborne to use a key economic statement to commit to swift action to give Holyrood more tax raising powers.
The Scottish Government has been called on to set out how it will use new powers over Air Passenger Duty (APD).
WE have been told many times about the wonderful, energising effect of the independence referendum, which was no doubt the case for those in the happy-clappy Yes bubble.