Where has Tony Blair been for the past two or three years? Clearly not in Scotland because he doesn’t have a clue what people here are thinking.
If an English inquisitor had suggested to Nicola Sturgeon her party’s name had negative and ugly connotations, I wonder how she would have reacted. Based on past form, she perhaps would have blamed London, or possibly Westminster, for the way the word nationalism is perceived.
Perth Concert Hall, October 19, 2012. The SNP was split pretty much down the middle on a decision that seemed key to the prospect of their dreams of an independent Scotland becoming a reality.
Nicola Sturgeon’s cabinet did not discuss independence in her first sit-down with ministers since the general election, according to the First Minister’s spokesman.
Jeremy Corbyn will reject a second independence referendum as “unwanted and unecessary” in Labour’s general election manifesto, two months after saying another vote would be “absolutely fine”.
A Dundee street is the least British in the UK, new research has found.
Alex Salmond has denied calling the 2014 independence referendum a "once in a lifetime" opportunity.
Nick Hornby may seem like an odd person to reference in a column about a Scotland’s constitutional future but bear with me, I promise it will make sense.
Scots are split 50/50 over voting for independence, according to a new poll.
The amount of oil that can be taken from the North Sea is less than half the estimates cited by the SNP ahead of the 2014 independence referendum, according to a leading expert.