I welcome Gordon Brown’s call this week for a constitutional convention to move towards a more federalised UK.
Rejecting any arrangement with the SNP would make it far harder for the Labour leader to become prime minister in a hung parliament.
A more social democratic Britain can be achieved, and Scottish Labour's recovery set in train, if a deal is done between Labour and the SNP.
Can the SNP win more than 50 seats in May? We run through every seat in Scotland.
The latest polls show that nothing is changing in Scotland, and why would they?
Scottish Labour's bilingualism used to be a good thing - but the relationship between Westminster and Scotland has changed.
The UK's ancient constitution must be reformed to spread power more evenly.
The SNP lead are set to win more than 50 of Scotland’s 59 seats, including Charles Kennedy’s and possibly even Jim Murphy’s.
More than 500 pundits, mostly academics, have offered their election predictions. Their forecasts don’t quite add up.
In the event of a hung parliament, the former First Minister is likely to be the SNP MP to do the deals.
As a new study by the Resolution Foundation shows, the difference between the two parties could be "relatively modest".
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