According to the Scotsman, "Darling claims Sturgeon is bluffing with indyref2 bid", if Alistair Darling thinks Sturgeon is bluffing, then why would he bother to attend at least two Scotland In Union events this year?
Details of her full speech below:
Welcome to the Dear Green Place.
Welcome to the great city of Glasgow.
A city that said Yes in 2014.
A city where every citizen is now represented in the Scottish Parliament by an SNP constituency MSP.
Let me begin today by warmly congratulating our new Depute Leader, Angus Robertson.
Labour PROPAGANDA to be sent to all Aberdonians?
Aberdeen City Council is considering sending a self-congratulory letter to all Aberdeen residents -- to be paid for by the taxpayers!
Obviously worried about the prospect of being turfed out of office next May, the Labour-led administration's letter will be signed by Council leader Jenny Laing, and is expected to cost around £100,000. It will say: "We all know people who have been hurt by this oil and gas crisis. But t
Claims that Scotland would lose thousands of jobs if the Trident nuclear weapons system is taken out of service or moved elsewhere have been thrown into question following an admission by the Ministry of Defence that only 520 civilian jobs at HM Naval Base Clyde are dependent on Trident.
Nicola Sturgeon should declare independence if the UK votes to leave the EU but Scots back staying in, a former SNP leader has said.
Gordon Wilson said the First Minister would have a mandate to break up the UK if she announced her plan in advance.
David Cameron has promised an in-out referendum on the UK's membership of the EU if the Conservatives are in a position to deliver one after the General Election.
Thousands of people flocked to the centre of Glasgow today, for a rally in support of Scottish independence. The Hope Over Fear event, organised by the socialist campaign for an independent Scotland, attracted supporters of all ages from across the city and beyond.
The five-hour rally in George Squar
We the undersigned demand a re vote of the Scottish Referendum, counted by impartial international parties.
Countless evidences of fraud during the recent Scottish Referendum have come to light, including two counts of votes being moved in bulk into a No pile, Yes votes clearly being seen in no pi
Gordon Brown, former Labour leader has insisted his timetable for more powers, will be maintained he said on BBC News.
The broadcaster has stepped in as concerns are growing over the failure of the parties involved in the Better Together campaign to honour a vow given to the
Scottish people in the days leading up to the independence referendum including the front page of Daily Record .In his speech, broadcast in full by