The former Home Secretary's new memoir chronicles the changing patterns of working-class life
John Gray / September 18, 2014
Twenty-five years after the wall's collapse, the greatest threat to the west comes from the groundless faith that history is on its side
Brenda Kutchinsky / September 17, 2014
Communities across Scotland are being ripped apart by the independence debate. One No voter shares her experiences
The American President finally has a strategy for dealing with the threat posed by the jihadists militants in Iraq and Syria, but will it work?
The leader of the Green Party on why she believes they offer the best alternative to the three main parties
Jackie Kemp / September 11, 2014
As the polls appear to show a slide back towards No, this writer finally decides that we are better together
Peter Riddell / September 10, 2014
The electorate for the referendum could have been bigger, and there could have been more options on the ballot paper, so why weren't there?
Can Scotland really follow Norway’s extraordinary example on North Sea oil revenues?
Gerry Hassan / September 10, 2014
Campaign rhetoric aside, the country has grown up, challenging its old institutional assumptions
Talat Yaqoob / September 9, 2014
The problems which face women are the same on both sides of the border—and women can only face them together