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...
In a secret gorge, I discover what I feared no longer existed—a pool full of leaping salmon
Michael Fry's conversion to Scottish independence is the greatest challenge to unionism I have seen in a long time
Andrew O'Hagan's fictional account of a wayward and dysfunctional priest is most striking for its discussion of the importance, and trap, of idealism
Will the recently established National Theatre of Scotland give rise to a new golden age of Scottish contemporary drama?
The rise, and possible fall, of the Edinburgh football club Heart of Midlothian is a morality tale of modern soccer. It is also a story about Scotland's relationship with the beautiful—and...
It is my first case. I am defending two young men accused of assault. Suddenly their interests diverge. What do I do?
The Scots bid for power has got them a dull parliament and a resentful England
Gordon Brown is odds-on to be prime minister by 2008. How different from Blair would he be? What are his foreign policy ideas? What about his adamantine personality and his Scottishness? Admirers and...