THE British National Party's Scottish leader aims to contest Jim Murphy's seat in the May election as part of PR drive to win a seat at Holyrood next year.
THERE are signs Scotland is "through the worst" of the recession, Scottish Secretary Jim Murphy will claim today.
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SCOTTISH Secretary Jim Murphy has called on the Scottish Government to end its "boycott" of plans to devolve more powers to Holyrood.
THE Scottish Secretary spoke yesterday of his hopes that the Pope will visit Scotland next year. Jim Murphy will travel to Rome for talks this week with Vatican officials about a possible visit to the UK next year by Pope Benedict.
SCOTTISH Secretary Jim Murphy has called on political opponents to bury the hatchet and work together to get Scotland out of the recession.
DID you know that within two decades the average age of the Scottish population will be 45?
SCOTTISH Secretary Jim Murphy will try to reclaim Scottish patriotism from the separatists in a keynote speech tonight.
A DECADE ago today, we were only days away from the start of the Scottish Parliament. These past ten years have seen many firsts: the first Scottish election, first government and first legislation were all expected landmarks. Becoming the first part of the UK to ban smoking in public places was a proud day for the parliament.
SNP ministers will this week demand more powers for Holyrood in a face-to-face meeting with the Scottish Secretary.
SCOTLAND Secretary Jim Murphy has warned politicians north of the Border not to be complacent about the threat posed by the British National Party.
SCOTTISH Secretary Jim Murphy yesterday announced the creation of a cross-party group to take the Calman recommendations forward.
JIM Murphy, Secretary of State for Scotland, has called on the Chinese government to support a crackdown on bootleg whisky and widen access to its financial services market.
THE SNP was last night accused by a senior Westminster minister of ignoring economic realities through its "fixation" with an independence referendum.
The most 'Scottish' legislative plan since devolution highlights the strength of the Union, argues JIM MURPHY
HOWLS of dissent have drowned out fresh calls to field a unified British football team in the 2012 Olympic Games.
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