• Gordon Brown: promises will be upheld

    Promises made to Scotland on further devolution will be upheld, Gordon Brown insisted, as he urged the country to come together after the bitter independence debate and find "unity against the odds".

  • Queen calls for 'spirit of mutual respect'

    THE Queen has hailed the country's "robust democratic tradition" and said she has no doubt the Scottish people and the rest of the UK will "work constructively for the future of Scotland and indeed all parts of this country".

  • A 'blazing row' sparked career

    BORN on Hogmanay 1954, Alexander Elliot Anderson Salmond grew up on a council estate in Linlithgow, the second of four children.


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