So often a beige-grey plod, First Minister's Questions was a kaleidoscopic romp today.
SCOTS will not be told the cost of setting up an independent Scotland before they go to the polls in September's referendum, the Scottish Government has admitted.
FIRST it was so-so, then it was dire (or so it appeared), and then, against all expectation, FMQs was something intriguing and substantial.
Income predictions for a Scottish share of oil and gas have decreased, new analysis shows.
AN INDEPENDENT Scotland would start life deeper in the red than the UK as a result of falling oil revenues, according to new North Sea forecasts by the Scottish Government.