Valentine’s Day approaches with all the joy and anxiety we associate with love.
Back in 1999, the night before it was announced, John Swinney was bounced into accepting the “Penny For Scotland” policy.
Confusing Scottish independence with the EU referendum is not helpful. It encourages people to make a decision on one thing based on an opinion about another. This may appear clever but it doesn’t stack up.
It is strange how Britain has two similar nationalist governments.
You wonder if the speech writer who had Nicola Sturgeon say she would “reset” Indyref2 knew the law – to reset is to sell stolen goods. Not the best connotation to bring to mind.
I went to a posh school and despite moving house many times, they track me down and send letters asking for donations.
For a story to hold the imagination, it needs to be simple.
The referendum White Paper marked today as Independence Day.
The SNP need to move fast to avoid getting caught up in the Panama Papers scandal. As it stands, they appear to be on the side of the criminals.
Aberdeen, oil capital of Europe and boom town for decades, is finally feeling the pinch.