Any relocation would be largely symbolic but the Scottish economy desperately needs to be rebalanced.
Leading educationalists respond to the question of public schools.
We won’t stand aside as this violence is inflicted on girls in the UK and around the world. Britain is now the world’s biggest supporter of activity to end female genital mutilation.
Unless there is investment to help schools build nursery classrooms, this announcement is meaningless for parents.
A Labour spokesman told me that “what is permanent is our commitment to fairness in taxation”.
The Queen, we learn, is down to her last million.
Former cabinet ministers Peter Hain and John Healey argue that the party must make an explicit case for investment if it is to counter the Tories' attack lines before the election.
An increasing number of Labour MPs believe that the party must make an explicit case for borrowing to invest if it is to counter the Tories' attack line of choice.
The party once attracted far more female than male support but since 2005 the reverse has been true.
Unlike the education secretary, Tristram Hunt has nothing to say on the dominance of the private schools.
The coalition made the Labour leader's point for him as it fielded an entirely male frontbench.
The party should radically devolve power and budgets to bridge the gap between "representative" and "responsible" government.
Should the government ignore your job? Your education? Your family? If you don’t vote, that’s exactly what they will do.
The Lib Dems says the top tax rate will be cut "over my dead body". But he said the same about the 50p rate in 2011.
There are a lot of different factors to consider before the school day can be extended – the type of activities on offer, how you're staffing them, whether more affluent parents should pay – but the education secretary hasn't been clear on any of the deta
We need a concerted national debate about how we best protect ourselves from increasingly extreme weather.
Does a better social mix make these schools acceptable? The left has been silent on this issue for the past 40 years.
The founder of the academies programme says Labour peer Sally Morgan "should be reappointed as chair of Ofsted, to preserve its independence and integrity."
The mayor wants strikes to be banned unless 50 per cent of staff vote, but turnout in the 2012 mayoral election was just 38 per cent.
Even if depriving dangerous individuals of their citizenship can be right in principle, can we really trust governments to use such a power prudently in practice?
The Education Secretary has fallen for his own hype.
The Education Secretary's running battles with teachers and "the blob" do not endear him to voters.
The challenge for mainstream parties is to express and ground alternative ideas of the English nation and to connect these to a renewed case for the Union.
The great council housing boom of the post-war years was only achieved by public investment. The same action is needed now.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies warns that there is unlikely to be a "strong recovery" in living standards and that wages are still likely to be lower in 2015 than they were in 2010.
After Cable criticised "the pace and scale of cuts" set out by George Osborne after 2015, Alexander releases new figures extending the Chancellor's plan until 2020-21.
Provided growth is strong and sustained, Labour will be able to dramatically increase investment while still reducing debt as a proportion of GDP.
Were England and Wales to adopt proportional representation, 27 of the party's 69 electoral deserts would return Labour councillors.
Leonard Lyle was Tory MP for Bournemouth (1940-45). In 1918, he was elected at West Ham (Stratford). After Lyle lost that seat in 1922, he was elected at Epping in a by-election in 1923 but stood down the following year so that Winston Churchill could return to parliament.
Neither the tax rises proposed by Labour, nor the benefits cuts proposed by the Tories would make a significant dent in the deficit.