A home for everyone. It sounds like a slogan from the creation of the welfare state, a cry to build a new Britain.
Is Scotland any good at boosting the economy? It’s a question we should ask, as First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced a Scottish National Investment Bank (SNIB).
Kezia – a nice person in a terrible job doing OK. Not much of an epitaph but not bad, either.
In a bid to escape the bureaucratic tyranny of the EU, the UK Government finds itself tied up in knots over borders. It is a self-inflicted mess set to create new layers of bureaucracy and confusion – and a betrayal of the promises made to Brexit voters.
Woke has a new meaning: to be politically aware, according to the revised Oxford English dictionary. You might have been asleep to an issue but you are alert to it now.
Sir Alick Buchanan Smith was a wise, kind man who served Scotland as an MP and a Scottish Office Minister. He was MP for Kincardine and Deeside in the late 1980s when I was beginning my reporting career.
So many questions flow from the bizarre connection of Donald Trump’s election campaign to Russia that it’s easy to forget the important one: why?
How confident do you feel? Confidence seems like a small-scale emotion when young, a thing to do with exams and first job interviews.
If only there were Orange marches in London, we might not be charging into an awful mess.
As the farce of policing in Scotland shows, devolution has failed to rid Scotland of its macho, secretive culture.