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Weakened Labour in ‘tactical voting’ call

Labour’s campaign strategy appeared to be in chaos as some senior party members urged Labour voters to vote tactically in England in a desperate...

Faslane nuclear submarine risked ‘catastrophic’ accident

Two UK nuclear submarines are reported to have gone to sea with a safety problem that left both at risk of a catastrophic accident.......

Global terror expert backs SNP

Allan Burnett, one of Scotland’s former top policemen – and recently retired co-ordinator of anti-terrorism services for Scotland - has backed the SNP at...

Salmond shines in debate as Jim Murphy loses cool

The Scottish leaders debate broadcast live by the BBC saw the SNP’s Alex Salmond come out on top against a trio of opponents representing...

Jim Murphy says debate audience were ‘dragged out the pub’

Labour’s Jim Murphy has described the audience who posed questions to him and other politicians in a live TV leaders debate has having been...

PFI draining £millions from Scotland’s education budgets

New figures released by the Scottish Government reveal that PFI contracts are hitting local authority education budgets.... New figures released by...

Salmond to appear in TV debate as SNP step up campaign...

The SNP aim to capitalise on Labour’s crumbling election campaign in these last few days before the country goes to the polls.... ...

Labour anger as Dennis Canavan backs SNP

Former Labour MP Dennis Canavan has caused anger within Labour party ranks after he came out in support of the SNP candidate in Falkirk.... ...

The Party

This week saw the Court of Session in Edinburgh reject the SNP’s bid to be included in the third and final leaders debate.... ...

The Third Act

Kenneth Roy A sweet, white-haired old chap name of Dimbleby stunned the audience before the play had even begun by putting the silliest imaginable...