Henry McLeish's resignation may help Scotland loosen its ties with Westminster
He sells millions of books by writing about human degradation in a Scottish phonetic vernacular. Is this Britain's strangest literary phenomenon?
Donald Dewar and Francis Fukuyama share the same anxiety that all forms of nation-building will collapse into ethnic nationalism. They are wrong
The break-up of Britain is in the interests of neither the English, the Scots, nor the US. Scottish nationalism is "a game played at the end of history"
Spain's model of "asymmetrical devolution" may not be very encouraging for those who want devolution to come to a rest.
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