UKIP’s unpopularity with Scottish voters is more evidence that Scotland and England are on separate political trajectories.
The Scottish First Minister is encouraged by a new poll showing that support for independence dramatically increases when the prospect of UK withdrawal from the EU is raised.
It's right-wing bigotry that the protesters are "virulently opposed" to, not "the English".
A new poll by Lord Ashcroft contradicts previous findings and shows that more than half of Scots believe Trident should be replaced.
But the SNP’s lack of radicalism makes it difficult for the Yes campaign to capitalise.
The Chancellor is on strong ground when he highlights Scotland's difficult currency options but his toxic reputation could damage the unionist cause.
Had Thatcher been a truly visionary politician, she would have established a wealth fund for the oil windfall, not squandered it on tax cuts and current spending.
The SNP could use Labour’s promise to maintain coalition austerity policies to increase union support.
18 September 2014 is the date.