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SNP: a path to fiscal autonomy, but do the sums add up? 21 April 2015

What Scots will do if the mandate contained in the SNP manifesto is first delivered then ignored will determine whether the UK survives as a political entity.

SNP manifesto launch: you can take the mountain metaphors too far 20 April 2015

What the SNP have to guard against is Acquired Sheffield Syndrome and one N Kinnock's disastrous triumphalism.

David Cameron attacks SNP on The Andrew Marr Show 19 April 2015

The main thrust of Mr Cameron's interview was an attack on the SNP. Andrew Marr said the PM was beginning to sound like an English Nationalist, which went down pretty badly.

A clubby, chummy, synthetic encounter with Cameron 16 April 2015

What is billed as 'life on the campaign trail' is actually an antiseptic exercise in keeping our party leaders away from real voters.

UK / Ireland Body found at farm is missing Karen Buckley 16 April 2015 Channel 4 News

Parents of Karen Buckley are "absolutely heartbroken" after police confirm the human remains discovered near Glasgow are that of the missing student.

Scotland: could tactical voting dent SNP's election prospects? 10 April 2015

Our YouGov poll adds to Labour's gloom in Scotland with one tiny qualification. There's a chance the headline figures for MPs elected are a bit better (or less awful) than it might seem.

Scotland second debate: Lib Dem to SNP - don't break promises 08 April 2015

Jim Murphy was much more on his best form than yesterday at the second Scottish leaders' debate, taking on Nicola Sturgeon on the issue of "full fiscal autonomy."

Nicola Sturgeon: for many Scots, the SNP leader can do no wrong 08 April 2015

Nicola Sturgeon has arrived in the top job with perfect timing and it would seem, for many Scots, perfect casting.

UK / Scotland General election 2015: Scottish engagement vs rest of UK 07 April 2015 Matthew Bell

Scottish voters turned out in huge numbers to decide on independence, outdoing general election turnout by 20 per cent - so is the rest of the UK anywhere near as engaged?

FactCheck: what would Labour do? 23 March 2015

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,