The scourge of ‘spin’ has seeped into almost every aspect of modern politics and this week it will rear its ugly head in a Holyrood report into hidden hospital waiting lists.
There are certain characters in politics whose celebrity far outweighs their influence.
We’re now, at last, getting down to the nitty-gritty of what independence would mean, on a practical level, for most Scots.
Whatever you think of her, Margaret Thatcher was a force of nature.
When the last “improvement” to George Square was unveiled in 1998, there were gasps of horror.
You know the sound. The clanking that says your 12-year-old car has yet another mechanical fault.
The late Iron Lady had some surprises in store.
The death of Mrs Thatcher has seen proper politics put on hold in the couple of weeks since.
In the week of Margaret Thatcher’s funeral her Scottish Secretary has predicted a battering for the SNP in next year’s referendum on independence.
When the referendum on independence is held next year, we’ll have a simple yes-no question to answer.
Many fines issued to drivers overstaying time limits in supermarket car parks are not worth the paper they’re written on, it’s been claimed.