The Scottish route to independence is more complicated than the SNP would have you believe
Drunk, spurned and locked out of his flat, Mr MacBleaney consoles himself by remembering former glories
"English votes for English laws" is the resurrection of a policy that failed over Irish home rule
The SNP has performed unexpectedly well in office, it makes an independent Scotland more likely
Edinburgh has hardly been neglected by writers and filmmakers. But a new film is the first to put sex into the city
Alex Salmond's willingness to fish in the wilder waters of Muslim politics is irresponsible and offensive to the heroes of 30th June
Edinburgh has reinvented itself many times, all the while remaining a stolid, bourgeois place. As Scotland goes to the polls, could another renewal be around the corner?
Douglas Gordon is Scotland's Damien Hirst. The difference is, Hirst is loved by dealers and Gordon by galleries—he is the Zen master of conceptual Scotart
Devolution was meant to give Scotland the ability to solve its own problems. But since getting its own parliament, Scotland's dependency on England seems to have increased. A former Scots Tory...
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