A surge in support for the Yes campaign has come at the same time as some question Alistair Darling’s leadership
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With less than three weeks to go until polling day, the climate around Scotland’s referendum on independence has taken an ugly turn.
While Salmond landed some blows in the debate about Scottish independence last night he was still unable to answer the crucial questions
Today is the anniversary of the Battle of the Standard, where the Scots under King David battled Norman English forces. Fast forward to 2014 and Alex Salmond claims to lead the Scots. They could do better.
Has Alex Salmond wildly overestimated the part of oil in his independent utopia?
All three main parties are clear on where they stand with Scotland and the currency issue – Alex Salmond needs to spell out his Plan B, and fast.
Alex Salmond’s hopes of a Scottish bounce as a result of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow have been dashed.
Even at its highest and most aspirant, nationalism demands self-interest over mutual interest between nations.
Nationalism has many potential outcomes, but they are all based on a concern for ‘our people’ not ‘the people’.