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Has Lamont kept the best till last?

She kept the best to the last, did Johann. It is the only statement she’s made in three years that reads like a leader’s,...

Lamont quits, let us bid farewell

  Johann Lamont is to stand down as leader of the Labour Party in Scotland after a lacklustre referendum campaign and amid claims of...

Short-changing Scotland

News analysis by Derek Bateman Wasn’t it graphic proof of Britain’s Ruritanian political system that when an interlocutor was required to orchestrate inter-party talks on...

Concerns ProjectFear2 underway as Unionists feel Devo Max heat

  By G.A.Ponsonby Concerns have been raised that scares similar to those which peppered the independence referendum campaign are being deployed against Devo Max. Yesterday a new...

No parties on the brink of failure

By Newsnet Scotland reporter The credibility of the Better Together parties on Scottish constitutional change faces severe questioning, as the deadline for change draws ever-closer. After...

Farage TV move infuriates parties

By a Newsnet Reporter UK broadcasting laws on election coverage are in chaos following a decision to include UKIP leader Nigel Farage within a series...

Salmond demands Treasury ‘leak’ probe

By a Newsnet reporter First Minister Alex Salmond has demanded a formal investigation into the RBS affair involving BBC News at the height of the...

All-party “devo” meeting delayed

  By Newsnet Scotland Reporter Lord Smith of Kelvin, the unelected peer with the task of delivering greater democracy to Scotland, has delayed all-party talks...

Glasgow sets standard on climate change

By A Newsnet Reporter Glasgow University has become the first in the UK to promise to pull its investments out of industries engaged...

Is the “Vow” a Record breaker?

By Alex Mooney Delivering a knockout blow to the dreams of independence for 1.6 million people could become a nightmare for the Daily Record. As...