I tried to give an elderly neighbour a No Thanks poster the other day but she wasn’t interested. A staunch unionist who had already cast her vote, she would not nail her colours to her window for fear of getting it smashed in.
The Labour MP and No campaigner Jim Murphy is back on his soap box or rather Irn-Bru crates and continuing his tour of 100 Scottish towns in 100 days. He was due to make appearances in Edinburgh and Musselburgh yesterday and hoping to receive a more cordial welcome than that given to him in Courier country last week.
A new type of voter has been identified in Scotland, four months before the crucial independence referendum. He or she is a unionist but reluctant to admit it, so appears in polling figures as an “undecided” or even a “yes”.
What is a fair and realistic salary?
One of the biggest disappointments of devolution is the failure of successive Scottish governments to improve education standards.