DAVID Cameron yesterday made clear the Coalition would stick to its austerity measures as the UK economy slipped into a double-dip recession with a second consecutive quarter of negative growth.
I'M standing at a lectern on the stage of the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, declaiming, in what I hear as an increasingly pompous voice, the sort of right-wing platitudes I usually abhor.
DAVID Cameron appeared to have pulled off a masterstroke when he ordered the Leveson Inquiry into press ethics and standards last summer.
HOLYROOD's four main political leaders have seized on the new-found drive for transparency by supporting the release of politicians' tax returns.
Any referendum on House of Lords reform must not clash with the 2014 independence vote, the Scottish Government has said.