What we need is cool logic.
The state has tried to control too much from the centre for too long: a No vote in the Scottish referendum should bring about a change in where power lies.
What explains the surge in politicians using referendums, and why hasn't the British public embraced them?
The recent wave of fast food strikes in the US has shed fresh light on the employment conditions of workers in the UK.
The leaders of Westminster’s three main parties have signed a pledge to devolve more powers to Scotland.
Alex Salmond will lose – perhaps by as much as a 55-45 margin – but lose well, an outcome that will satisfy an overwhelming majority of Scots and the one, I suspect, that Salmond himself favours.
Many of Scotland's newest residents feel every bit as Scottish as any born-and-bred Highlander. What's less certain is whether that's how the Highlander sees it.
The government insists it has done no contingency planning for Scottish independence, so what would the civil service do in the event of a Yes vote?
Mike Smithson, founder of politicalbetting.com, has taken advantage of fluctuating odds – backing both sides at different points when the odds have lengthened – to lock in a profit.
What are the benefits of the social rented sector, and why must current and future governments significantly raise current levels of social housing construction?
The Foreign Secretary is meeting foreign leaders today to discuss plans to tackle extremist militants in Iraq and Syria.
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