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
Peter Kellner / September 8, 2014
An independent Scotland might be helpless to resist decisions made in Westminster about its fate
Peter Riddell / September 5, 2014
In the event of a Yes vote, where would Westminster politicians from north of the border go?
Willie Wilson, Jackson Carlaw / September 4, 2014
Would the National Health Service be better or worse off in an independent Scotland? We hear from both sides of the debate
Peter Kellner / September 4, 2014
After the radical changes of the past eleven weeks, there is everything still to play for
Colin Borland / September 3, 2014
Yes and No campaigners both want to woo small businesses, but it's clear information that the "wealth creators" really need
Tom Gordon / September 2, 2014
Polling by YouGov finds that the pro-union lead is now just 6 per cent