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post 23 March 2015
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: what would Labour do?

Ed Miliband made a big pitch to voters today in a speech to the Labour faithful in Clydebank. Some opinion polls are suggesting the party could face a landslide defeat by the SNP north of the border,

article 07 March 2015 Politics, Scotland
David Cameron (Reuters)
Cameron: Labour should rule out pact with SNP

The prime minister says voters could end up with a Labour government propped up by a nationalist party who want to "break up Britain".

video 11 February 2015 UK, Scotland

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Nicola Sturgeon: Westminster needs 'the fright of its life'

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tells Channel 4 News she is arguing people should vote for the SNP in order to "shake up" and "reform" the Westminster establishment.

post 04 February 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog SNP holding on to yes vote

The SNP is now sitting on - allowing for a bit of churning - pretty much all the Labour supporters who backed independence.

article 22 January 2015 UK, Scotland
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Has the UK 'watered down' Scotland's devolution proposals?

David Cameron hails legislation to deliver new powers for Scotland as "built to last, securing our united future." But is it what Scotland was hoping for? Channel 4 takes a look.

article 21 January 2015 UK, Scotland
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon causes a stir ahead of the election after saying that nationalists elected in May would be prepared to vote on the English NHS at Westminster (Reuters)
SNP MPs would vote on English matters - Sturgeon

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon causes a stir ahead of the election after saying that nationalists elected in May would be prepared to vote on the English NHS at Westminster.

video 18 January 2015 UK, Scotland

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Sturgeon: 'matter of concern' for Chilcot to be published

Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon says it is a matter of "public interest" that the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq war is published without further delay.

video 15 January 2015 Business, Scotland

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Ministers urged to back crisis hit oil industry - video

An urgent commission is being set up to consider the impact of plunging global oil prices on the North Sea, as energy giant BP reacted to the drop by axing hundreds of jobs.

post 14 January 2015
Read more from Paul Mason on his blog I'd unleash Ant, Dec and Darcey Bussell on our wilting political class

I would drag these guys kicking and screaming into a public debate. I would make the presenters the bad-est ass inquisitors in Britain.