The leader of Plaid Cymru has snubbed the Scottish Nationalist Party (SNP) by deciding to speak at a rally organised by a group that is openly critical of SNP policies.
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In creating a team to try and secure a Tory victory in 2015, David Cameron may have tipped the balance in the debate on Scotland’s future – and not in the way he wants.
New polling indicates that whilst the Yes campaign has increased its support it still has a mountain to climb.
Voters in six EU countries other than Britain have given their thumbs up to an independent Scotland gaining membership of the European Union.
Scotland today enters the formal 16 week period in the run up to September’s independence referendum.
The latest child poverty poster from YesScotland is an insult to every low income parent and child in Scotland.
New figures have revealed that of those certain to vote in September’s referendum on Scottish independence 58 per cent intend to vote no compared to 42 per cent who say they will vote yes.
Alex Salmond has attacked the UK government for persistently letting down Scotland as a result of its “obsessive” anti-European agenda.
Salmond’s admiration for Vladimir Putin demonstrates once again that there is nothing left-wing about the SNP, writes James Bloodworth.
Fresh from taking on Nick Clegg, Nigel Farage has called on Scottish first minister Alex Salmond to debate with him ahead of September’s referendum.