The Democratic Unionist Party yields to no one, it hardly needs to be said, in its loyalty to the United Kingdom.
DAVID Cameron is under mounting pressure to agree to a revised format to the TV election debates as the broadcasters warned that any leader who refused their proposals would be "empty-chaired".
The Tories have launched a new campaign warning of what they call the "nightmare" of a Labour/nationalist coalition at Westminster after May's election.
The broadcasters have threatened to "empty chair" any political party leader who refuses to take part in live televised debates planned for the general election campaign.
HAVING got used to the wonderful acronym Evel, English Votes for English Laws, we may in the not too far-off future have to become accustomed to Svel, Scottish Votes for English Laws.