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News in Scotland Tuesday

News in Scotland Tuesday

Doh! Tory leader David Cameron had no idea how much a loaf of bread costs Scottish News: News in Scotland – Tuesday SCOTLAND Scottish independence: Teens can register to vote in referendum from today Teenagers who will be 16 and over by the time of next September’s independence referendum can register to vote starting today. Elections for Westminster and Holyrood have a voting age of 1... »

News in Scotland Monday

News in Scotland Monday

Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has dismissed the latest round of ‘scaremongering’ over independence as “puerile” Scottish News: News in Scotland – Monday¬† SCOTLAND Independence: phone charge ‘scare story’ discredited Mobile phone tariffs are the latest example of a Westminster “scare story” relating to Scotland’s independence refer... »

News in Scotland Friday

News in Scotland Friday

The Vatican knew about allegations against Cardinal O’Brien of ‘inappropriate behaviour’ 5 months ago, it has been revealed Scottish News: Top Stories – Friday SCOTLAND Scottish parliament presiding officer in media rowThe Scottish parliament’s presiding officer has become involved in a row with the government over policy announcements made in the media. Tricia Marwic... »

News in Scotland Friday

News in Scotland Friday

Blair Jenkins of the Yes Scotland pro-independence group is waiting for contact from Alistair Darling of Better Together to meet over funding rules as per the recommendations of the Electoral Commission Scottish News: News in Scotland – Friday SCOTLAND Lockerbie: Scottish police to visit LibyaScottish police are to head to Libya within weeks to launch new investigations into the Lockerbie bo... »