Emran Mian / August 8, 2014
Scotland may become not so much a "progressive beacon" for the rest of the UK, as a giant focus group for the Taxpayers Alliance
Most Scots have made up their minds how they will vote in September, and they are heavily polarised
Alex Salmond is still incapable of formulating a decent plan for what Scotland would do without the pound
John McTernan / July 24, 2014
The question of the referendum is not "could Scotland be independent?", but "why should it be?"
Whether Yes or No triumphs, the 1707 Union is over
Jay Elwes / May 27, 2014
A treasury briefing which questions Scotland's economic strength could have unintended consequences
This is a response to Linda Colley's article in the May issue of Prospect The case for an unwritten constitution gets rather short shrift from Professor Colley, who points out that between 1720...
If Salmond loses the independence referendum, there will be an urgent need to hammer out an alternative to Westminster absolutism
In-depth analysis and debate on September's referendum