The aftermath of the Scottish referendum shows that negative tactics can soon rebound on the winning side
An amicable separation from Athens, rather than a messy split, could be the making of the single currency
It would not be quite so maidenish – so virginal – as last time round, but perhaps that was only apt.
We became especially friendly once we were away from the frontline; our shared friendship was partly built on a shared enemy – alcohol.
Farewell to the party’s leader who made its time in government possible, but who was against going into coalition.
Salmond, like everyone else, acknowledged Kennedy’s essential decency but then, as has often proved the case, found himself unable to resist the lure of some wishful thinking.
In theory, apprenticeships are great news. But they pose great danger to adult education in England.
Ignore the extremes on both sides of the human rights debate - we can stay in the European Convention and still reassert our sovereignty.