If you have to settle for second best, make the best of it. That seems to be the philosophy of the 45% who voted Yes in the Referendum.
THE SNP last night warned other parties not make the House of Lords a 'house of losers' after the election by elevating defeated MPs as a consolation prize.
It is not every day you receive a telephone call from a former Prime Minister making you aware of a policy announcement expected to have some sort of impact on your line of work.
NICOLA Sturgeon yesterday urged female voters to put their trust in the SNP and shatter the glass ceiling, as Labour tried to reach women by stoking fears of a second independence referendum.
IT'S a strange turn of events when the SNP Finance Secretary, John Swinney, takes to sounding more unionist than David Cameron.