What do we do with the House of Lords? A secondary mandate?

In a recent article, Time for change with 848 Lords-a-leaping, For Argyll looked at the state of play in the United Kingdom’s second chamber. Continue reading

Conundrums and codswallop on United Kingdom constitutional reform

Constitutional change in the United Kingdom is now inevitable. It is being driven by the pledge to devolve to Scotland Continue reading

Bitter alone, Salmond now a declared guerrilla leader in charge of government

A country whose First Minister is a agent of deliberate destabiisation has a constitutional problem on its hands. Continue reading

Indy: the constitutional options of the Northern and Western Isles – and other regions

[Revised 11.45] In an article on this page, Andrew Argyle raises the issue of Shetland at least and possibly the Northern Isles Continue reading

Jackie Baille adopts cross-party support for Scottish Government to move on coastguard issue

For Argyll has published on the National Coastguard SOS Campaign’s successful petition Continue reading