Examining Michael Moore's voting record, http://www.theyworkforyou.com/mp/michael_moore/berwickshire,_roxburgh_and_selkirk
The Labour Party don't have a Scottish leader - what they have is the Leader of the Labour group at Holyrood, whose only function has been to keep his MSPs on message and in line, on behalf of his London master, Ed Miliband, and the UK Labour Party.
The Edinburgh Tram project has suffered another embarrassing setback after councillors decided the tram network would not
I am one voter and one voice, and I can only hope that a majority of those eligible to vote in a Scottish referendum will share my position. I will abide by the democratic decision of that referendum.
Two months on from an election that saw them consigned to the fringes of Scottish politics, life doesn't get any easier for the Liberal Democrats. The party has been floundering since seeing their group of MSPS cut from 16 to 5 following the watershed election, and now the vultures are circling.
This week, it seemed as if the lessons of cooperation, vital in minority government, had been quickly forgotten by SNP leader Alex Salmond as he attempted to push through sectarianism legislation by next Thursday