For 20 years Hutton has railed against Anglo-Saxon capitalism and lauded the European model. But with the eurozone in crisis, it's time for him to find a new tune
Francine Prose / January 22, 2015
This perceptive novel moves between Scotland and Afghanistan
Pat Kane / December 16, 2014
Is Jim Murphy's attempt to rebrand both himself and Scottish Labour too little too late?
Josh Lowe / December 12, 2014
This Saturday, the party will announce its new leader north of the border
Peter Kellner / November 28, 2014
Is the SNP really in a position to topple Labour north of the border?
Scotland's borrowing costs could be higher than those of the London government. ©David Cheskin/PA Archive/Press Association ImagesThe Smith Commission Report was released this morning, outlining...
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?
The Barnett formula raises all sorts of questions about how public spending is distributed around the UK. But we should think twice before abandoning it
John Law / November 7, 2014
"Given how close we came to losing the Union, we ought to have the courage to choose the more radical option"