The Scottish Conservatives can easily beat Labour into second place at Holyrood. And this is why!
Matthew B believes that the Conservatives can easily beat their Labour rivals in to second place in Scotland.
The SNP will dominate Scotland for generations - but for how long?
September 2014, after Scotland declared a ‘NO’ vote in the referendum, I popped open a bottle of (very good) champagne and toasted to the future of the UK.
Maybe the Scots should vote Yes. It would save the rest of us a fortune
Scotland would be poorer without the UK pound, what's wrong with saying that?
Fighting The Flab: Back on the diet
I'm back on the diet. It needed to happen, reader. Not only because I spent the best part of Christmas having a love affair with a box of Quality Street, but also because Iï¿½ve realised just how immobile I have become.
Scotland Referendum: the SNP simply cannot go on dictating the terms of the debate.
A recent trip to Edinburgh highlighted for me exactly the kind of dangerous political game Alex Salmond, the First Minister for Scotland is playing with the independence debate.
Benefits Street doesn't portray a negative image of the poor - it just shows the feckless for who they really are.
All Benefits Street does is shed light on how some 'poor' people live and who they really are. There's nothing wrong with that!
Why do relationships crumble so quickly in today's world?
Matthew Bailey says that bad friends need to be dumped - and why you are better off without them.
Fighting the Flab: Week 2
During his 2nd week, Matthew admits to eating McDonalds. Will he fail?
Fighting the Flab: Week 1
Self-confessed gym failure Matthew Bailey has started a grueling exercise and gym regime - how is he getting on?
Fighting The Flab: What will happen when a fitness failure goes to the gym for the first time?
Matthew Bailey decides to gym it for the next four months - and document his progress.
Tom Daley reveals relationship with man on YouTube
Diving champ Tom Daley has announced that he is bisexual - and has been in a relationship with a man for more than six months.
The truth about spending cuts
With David Cameron appearing more out of touch each day, would Labour provide a viable alternative?