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Challenge to Sturgeon’s caution over making break with sterling as party chiefs focus on Tory failings
Distilleries search for ways to cut high-energy production methods amid concern about peatland erosion
Edinburgh government has its own alternative plans to create ‘green ports’ model
Contingency plans for Trident consider US and France if no long-term lease possible on navy facilities such as Faslane
Environmental activists make case that North Sea personnel are at risk of being ‘left behind’
Data highlight fiscal challenge country would face in event of independence
Advisory body’s report proposes shift from market-driven system to socialised approach
EY survey ranks Edinburgh as UK’s top city outside London for foreign direct investment
UK PM sides with free traders in cabinet as he tries to agree final negotiating position
Scotland’s first minister had said improving standards for disadvantaged pupils was the issue she should be judged on
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Polls suggest it is on course for landslide on May 6, providing a platform to renew push for Scotland to leave the UK and rejoin EU
Party pledges to back SNP’s push to leave the UK if it retains balance of power in Edinburgh parliament
A widening gulf separates entrepreneurs from nationalist ‘conviction politicians’ such as Nicola Sturgeon
Developing a core competency is one good strategy
Economists say country can afford to leave the UK but FT analysis suggests it would need to raise taxes or cut spending
To save the Union, hard facts, strong arguments and a new constitutional settlement are needed instead
Most polls find the party trailing behind the Scottish Conservatives for second place in May election
Imposing a winter lockdown earlier and prioritising care home vaccinations have kept death rate lower
Rift between Salmond and Sturgeon casts harsh light on institutions
Dispute between Nicola Sturgeon and Alex Salmond risks undermining SNP’s election chances
Report from the London School of Economics comes amid a renewed push for a referendum by the SNP
Move comes after forecasts of sharp contraction in output this quarter meet ‘economic shock’ criteria
Support for Scotland’s independence poses threat to 313-year tie-up