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Sir Tom Farmer calls for Fiscal Autonomy

Kwik Fit boss Sir Tom Farmer has described the case for Scotland moving to full fiscal autonomy as “overwhelming”.... Kwik Fit boss Sir...

The day Britain went mad

Kenneth Roy The hysterical over-reaction to Gordon Brown's minor transgression tells us everything we don't want to know about the state of the country.......

Goldie tarnishes FMQ’s as Gray ‘scores’ own goal

The Scottish parliament witnessed one of the saddest moments in its short second term as Holyrood’s Tory leader tried to use the Dunblane massacre...

Labour candidate named as ‘Royal Leak’ mole

There are calls for the Labour candidate for Rutherglen and Hamilton West to make a statement after a newspaper named him as the source...

SNP silenced but Brown ‘bigot’ remark is heard

The SNP today failed in their bid to be included in the BBC leaders debate scheduled to be broadcast tomorrow.... The...

Brown’s last stand: The strange character of the Prime Minister

Kenneth Roy It was painful to watch. In front of camera, an elderly Scot invited the prime minister to estimate her age.... ...

Kenny Dalglish for Prime Minister?

One of the most striking things about the current election is the BBC's total abandonment of even a pretence at impartiality.... ...

The right to be heard

By Ian Hamilton QC There are no more important laws than these governing an election. These laws are made at Westminster.... ...

BBC may face second court action

It has emerged that UKIP are threatening to emulate the SNP by taking the BBC to court over their leader’s debate exclusion.... ...

The BBC has no moral authority

John DrummondKinross While it is encouraging that the legal challenge to the BBC is proceeding, it is important to keep an eye on the...