James Kirkup / November 27, 2014
Most governments run out of ideas after around three years. This one is no exception
Scotland's borrowing costs could be higher than those of the London government. ©David Cheskin/PA Archive/Press Association Images The Smith Commission Report was released this morning, outlining...
Jacob Parakilas / November 27, 2014
Replacing the Defense Secretary might be more difficult than the White House anticipates
Gerry Hassan / November 26, 2014
The changing face of Scottish politics is reflected in the launch of the country's first pro-independence title
David Torrance / November 18, 2014
The new SNP leader exhibits many of her predecessor's best qualities, but can she unite her party's potentially contradictory support base?
Kathryn Bromwich / November 18, 2014
A new sex magazine for women provides a chance to rebalance the genders
Miliband's crisis is not to do with empathy or with policy; he needs to show that he is tough and capable
Scott Anderson / November 13, 2014
The treaty spawned "a century-long culture of grievance in the Arab world"
Those in Brussels would do well to read Socrates
Amy Knight / November 13, 2014
Despite economic woes, propaganda and patriotism have protected Russia's President—so far