The meltdown of the No campaign – The game that changed

  It’s quite remarkable how fast it has happened.  Barely a week ago we were being told that the second TV debate was Alex Salmond’s last chance to save Yes. The First Minister had put in a below par performance in the previous ...

The Dirty Dozen – The case against BBC Scotland: Part 2

  In March this year Newsnet Scotland published an article which challenged the widely held belief that the BBC’s reporting of the independence referendum could be trusted to be fair and balanced. The article contained six of the ...

Dead ringers

  Several papers today report that “Better Together” are filing a complaint with the BBC about the audience at Monday’s debate between Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling, alleging bias in both audience composition and question ...

BBC facing calls to resign from CBI as dinner deemed an official No campaign event

  The BBC is tonight facing calls to end its relationship with a London based pro-Union lobbying group after it emerged the organisation is to hold a dinner that will promote the No campaign. In an announcement tonight the CBI has ...

Clinging on to the lies

  This is Conservative MSP John Scott openly lying to an audience in Ayr yesterday on BBC Radio Scotland’s “Big Debate”, on the subject of whether Scottish people would continue to have access to English hospitals (and specifically ...