By New Statesman - 20 October 08:18
The first minister announced the date of the independence white paper, and told conference: "We should remember that Scotland has been on a Home Rule journey for well over a century".
By James Maxwell - 07 October 03:30
The Lib Dem was a formidable opponent because his measured, moderate unionism was difficult for the nationalists to deal with.
By James Maxwell - 03 October 03:16
The Labour leader has displayed a willingness to confront "vested interests" generally lacking in the Scottish First Minister.
By James Maxwell - 18 September 01:55
This time next year we’ll know which campaign Scots disliked the least.
By George Eaton - 04 September 10:00
After an SNP poll put the Yes campaign ahead, a new TNS BRMB survey puts backing for independence at just 25% with 47% opposed.
By George Eaton - 02 September 11:43
For the first time since August 2011, the nationalist side takes the lead by 44 to 43 per cent.
By Gerry Hassan - 04 July 08:51
The Scottish debate is a way of asking what kind of country people want to live in.
By Mark Diffley - 27 June 10:12
The closer the contest is, the more likely radical changes to the devolution settlement become.
By New Statesman - 27 June 08:22
The current constitutional settlement is unsustainable.