Replacing Cameron with the chief architect of a failed renegotiation would not be tenable with the British public.
Posts by Brian Monteith
Brian Monteith is policy director of ThinkScotland and editor of TheFreeSociety.org. He is a former Conservative and Unionist Member of the Scottish Parliament.
Labour have fed the SNP by laying the blame for every calamity at the door of Westminster.
Conservatives should build alliances by extending freedoms for all and encouraging greater respect for the choices people make.
After a well-fought battle for a No vote, the question must be: what next?
My vision of the nightmare that would follow a Yes vote today.
We have a week to save our Union – we need voices people respect, not politicians.
Salmond won on his own terms, but failed to shift a single voter.
The grim reality is food banks would be the only kind of bank blossoming in an independent Scotland.
In the Lyons Report which be commissioned, the Mayor – or anyone else – has the makings of a free trade manifesto.
Salmond promises cash he doesn’t have because his strategy is coming unstuck.
The Scottish Tory leader just demonstrated how she can be the perfect antidote to Salmond.
The No campaign must not put the boot into the First Minister. They must tease him instead.
It’s all about withholding the power for change from the nationalists. But the question is: will the public believe the Unionists’ promises?
It was the Prime Minister who crossed Ruth Davidson’s original line in the sand, and said that more powers are necessary for the Scottish Parliament.
The SNP made it their mission to demonise Farage’s party – they failed, and it’s a real blow.