UKIP Scotland's claim to be a credible political force has been questioned after it emerged that the party's democratic decision-making functions had effectively been suspended for nearly eight months.
MPs would deserve a pay rise of up to 50% if Britain votes to leave the European Union, Ukip leader Nigel Farage said.
The city of Strasbourg epitomizes mixed identities:
NIGEL Farage is planning to visit Glasgow days before the referendum to campaign for a No vote.
Jean-Claude Juncker is the "living manifestation" of the ability of small states to have an influence in the European Union, according to Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond.