Did a last-minute outpouring of emotion keep Quebec from going it alone? Maybe, maybe not – but Scotland’s No campaign should still heed the example.
Britain is far outpacing the Continent when it comes to employment growth. This is testament to the Government’s policies – and another reason for Scotland to vote No.
Three years on, with the country’s Parliament now taking refuge in a Greek car ferry, it is clear that the venture has been a disaster.
Lord Risby: Tougher sanctions? A free trade area? Seeking NATO membership? Ukraine’s options for dealing with Putin
Happily, a well-educated younger generation of Ukrainians will begin to replace those who so spectacularly failed to build on the spirit of the Orange Revolution.
The answers themselves raise more questions that only a subject matter specialist who understands the physical complexities of deep sea cabling can properly comprehend.
Lord Ashcroft: Labour and the Conservatives are level on 33 per cent in my latest Ashcroft National Poll
As ever, it’s a snapshot – but the detail reveals some disturbing popular doubts about the Opposition and Ed Miliband.
Our friends fear attack by Russia – we must state clearly that the NATO guarantee of mutual defence still stands.
A narrow No vote would not be in the best interests of any part of the UK.
The fight back against Brussels must start at Westminster, where the Government is going beyond EU demands for the plain packaging of cigarettes.
Three-quarters of all bank credit is still being gobbled by domestic householders to service mortgages and fund related consumption.
Apprenticeships now offer great prospects for school leavers, but too many are unaware that they have a real alternative to university.
We in the former want you in the latter to stay.
A report from this year’s Project Maya.
Cameron Penny: In these last campaigning days, Scotland’s No campaign needs an appeal to heart as well as head
I can’t vote on 18 September, but I’ll be in Glasgow to make sure others can – say yes if you need a ride to the polling booth, but say ‘No Thanks’ once you get there.
The challenge for regulators, businesses and politicians is: how do we react to the social and regulatory changes that this disruption presents?