PM said it was vital to strike Isis in its headquarters in Raqqa, saying the seven foiled UK terror plots over the last year had been 'inspired or directed' by terror cells in Syria
Mr Salmond was criticised for the comments by Tony Benn's granddaughter
The former first minister is his party's Westminister spokesperson on international affairs
The former First Minister had said he had seen an image of ghosts that was 'not forged or created'
He looked down and out – but the former First Minister has been on a roll
Former SNP leader says second vote is coming 'much faster' than he'd thought
Mr Salmond said he is 'immensely' proud of his campaign
Royal Bank of Scotland and Standard Life are among the listed businesses based north of the border that are under pressure to tell shareholders their plans should Scotland vote for independence.
Scottish jibes fall on deaf ears as Lancaster cuts Foden and Joseph from Saturday's squad
World No 1 makes clear who his preference is for the next European Ryder Cup captain
Edinburgh Agreement leaves voters in the dark over crucial issues such as debt, warns expert
Viewers in Scotland could be forced to pay on top of their licence fee to watch popular BBC programmes such as Doctor Who and Strictly Come Dancing, under plans for a new, post-independence Scottish public service broadcaster, Labour will warn this week.
Westminster agrees to allow 16- and 17-year-olds to vote in referendum on independence
The flag has been rescued from the connotations of lost Empire or unpopular Union
Criss-cross between England and Scotland on this scenic Northumberland walk, says Mark Rowe
Scotland's Justice Secretary is facing demands to make a statement to Holyrood after it was claimed he sent a message to the Lockerbie bomber that he should drop his appeal against conviction to smooth the way for his compassionate release.