Invisibility is a common curse for middle-aged, menopausal women, and after a lifetime of championing equalities, this stage of life can also feel like one of the most disempowering
When George Osborne is your benchmark, even a timid call to economic arms can become a totem to the left
While Jim Murphy may try to turn around Labour’s fortunes in Scotland in time for May perhaps he should chill and let events take their potential natural course
To paraphrase Eminem, would the real Jim Murphy please stand up, please stand up…
Jim Murphy says he will transform the party with what he spells out as his ‘Clause Four’ moment but you can’t turn round years of decay by simply putting a kilt on it
The four hapless arsonists were hardly guided by any higher ideology than just being a bit annoyed that the Smith Commission didn’t go far enough for them
What’s gone wrong with Scottish Labour?
Scots have been desperate for Labour to reconnect – who can be happy with what feels like a one-party state – but they have been left wanting
The Scottish question: Sturgeon knows a second referendum in the near term is untenable so is the party one of independence or devo max?
'55/45 hasn’t proved as decisive as everyone had hoped'
This is a debate over competing visions - a tug of war of ownership over social justice
The referendum debate has secured change; it is just a question of what form that change will take