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.
Because one of the Coalition Government’s first acts was introducing fixed term parliaments, we know that in exactly two years’ time the nation will be embroiled in a general election campaign.
DEFENCE is suddenly at the top of the referendum campaign, following David Cameron’s recent visit to Scotland.
It must be spring because Michael Fabricant is blocking the walkways of Westminster with his bike again.
Whenever there is a poll about the Scottish Parliament, there is always a small number of Scots who say it should be abolished altogether.
Going into the first parliamentary session of 2013, both halves of the Coalition have one party on their mind.
Life at Westminster is often compared to a sitcom sometimes you don’t know whether to laugh or cry.
It shouldn’t really startle anyone when an Oscar winner steals the limelight.
Both Yes Scotland and Better Together published lists of major donors last week.
Finally, the date of the referendum on Scottish independence has been decided September 18, 2014.