SNP leader Alex Salmond delivers his keynote speech to his party's conference and questions why the UK government's "Lord Snootys" have authority in Scotland.
Members of the Scottish National Party vote to ditch their 30-year policy of opposition to defence alliance Nato.
SNP leader Alex Salmond opens his party's conference in Perth with the declaration that in "2014 the nonsense ends".
Conservative Party conference
Lib Dems and other conference news
- Salmond talks of a better future02:37
- PM: Helping poor, weak and vulnerable03:06
- '1992 model' could help David Cameron04:30
- Cameron: 'We need to build more houses'01:12
- 'Every hobnob in world made in London'04:34
- Hunt: We know how much health matters06:40
- Boris rules out being MP while mayor15:44
- 'Raising the bar' on tackling burglars04:34
- Boris: I am a mop, PM is the broom01:32
- West Coast rail decision 'next week'05:45
- 'Radical change in employment law'02:43
- Is Boris Johnson a future Tory leader?03:09
- Cameron on Europe, economy and Boris25:59
- PM: 'We must do more on welfare'04:38
- Cameron on NHS pay and GPs03:28
- Free schools: Keep them or close them?03:03
- What did Labour do for equality?02:59
- Harman: Ed Miliband wrote my speeches03:34
- Miliband on those who turned Tory02:31
Features and Analysis
Apart from neck wear, how did they compare?
BBC Scotland's Brian Taylor on the SNP's Nato dilemma
Tory views on whether it's time to try and govern without Lib Dems
Grassroots Tories defend their opposition to gay marriage
Is Ed Miliband PM material?
What those attending Tory conference think of the idea
Robin Brant on the Lib Dem leader's conference message
Should Nick Clegg quit as party leader or just raise his game?
UKIP seeks to broaden its political outlook
Chris Mason assesses the mood at Green Party conference
Leanne Wood promised a "Green New Deal" to rejuvenate economy