A momentous election, where does it lead us?

Anyone who thought that the result of the General Election would mark the end of the political debate about the future of our country will be sadly disillusioned this morning.

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'Yes' or 'No", which was the better campaign?

Taking my ballot paper into the voting booth on September 18, I almost felt cheated. There it was. Just one short question and a box for ‘yes’ or ‘no’.

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Positive vision needed in independence referendum

We are now less than six months from arguably the biggest and most momentous decision the people of Scotland have ever had to make. Should Scotland be an independent country – yes, or no?

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Yes or no? Scotland's future.

The ‘Edinburgh agreement’ has cleared the way for the referendum on Scotland’s independence in 2014. It will be the most momentous political choice any of us are likely to have to make. Just one question: yes’ for independence, ‘no’ for retaining the union.

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Assessing impact of Chancellor's tax raid

I was listening closely as the Chancellor delivered his Budget last month. I had a deadline to produce 300 words for a client’s Budget comment to be published in the next day’s paper.
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Did they not know or did they conceal the truth?

The desperate news of financial meltdown in Ireland raises the question of how Western European economies, including our own, apparently turned from boom to bust so quickly.

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Would the Prime Minister elected on Thursday please stand up?

For those of us living in Scotland, the current political shenanigans in London are more than a little puzzling. The Conservatives, under David Cameron, won the UK election with the largest number of seats. Surely, therefore, they should have taken over the reigns of power by now?

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One bark for Labour, two for Conservative

With the looming General Election, things have obviously got a bit desperate at the House of Commons. The Speaker has started sending out letters to encourage future voters to register. But something seems to have gone a little awry with the system.

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Learn lessons from UK parliament and banks

This summer PoliticsHome and PR Week joined forces to unveil the first Reputation Index, tracking the reputation of 50 top political brands in the Westminster corridors of power.

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