Nationalists desperate, claims MP

"Increasingly desperate" Scottish nationalists will pull any trick they can when Holyrood returns to business for its unprecedented summer session ...

'Strong economic case' for No vote

Scottish firms are better off as part of the UK's shared system of tax and regulation, the UK Business Secretary has said.

Miliband’s wife enters independence debate

Justine Miliband has made an emotional appeal to Scots to vote No in September with her first intervention into the independence debate.

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Worries independence debate will be ‘turn-off’ for TV viewers

The televised independence debate between Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling might turn viewers off because it is too long, according to a Scotland ...

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Salmond 'confident' of Glasgow win

Alex Salmond has dubbed Glasgow "freedom city", stating that the latest polls indicate the city will vote for independence in September.

Accountants to face Comet probe

Three Deloitte accountants are to be investigated over the way they handled the collapse of retailer Comet, business secretary Vince Cable said ...

Whiplash case fraud measures urged

Car crash victims with minor whiplash injuries should receive medical care rather than cash in order to help combat fraud and bring down the cost of ...


Furore over dog's death on ferry

A ferry company has defended itself against allegations of animal cruelty after a family's pet dog died on a Channel crossing.

Aston Martin to bring back Lagonda

Aston Martin is bringing back the Lagonda name, with the super saloon being offered for sale by invitation only.

Clegg urges end to Gaza bloodshed

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has described the shelling of a UN-run school in Gaza as evidence that the conflict between Israel and Hamas can ...

Google 'should not censor history'

Google must not be left to "censor history" if a European Court ruling allowing people to have links removed from the search engine's index stands, ...

151 'red box' car journeys revealed

A Government department used chauffeur-driven cars more than 150 times to transport boxes containing documents for ministers, official figures show.

Third road ban for William's friend

A close friend of the Duke of Cambridge has been banned from the road for a third time after being found guilty of drink-driving in his £90,000 ...

'Stowaway' dies in coach accident

A suspected stowaway has been killed when he was hit by a coach after emerging from underneath the vehicle.