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News in Scotland Monday

News in Scotland Monday

Green leader Partick Harvie’s party has backed currency independence for Scotland    Scottish News: News in Scotland – Monday SCOTLAND Greens back currency independence for Scotland One of the two parliamentary parties behind the pro-independence ‘yes’ campaign in next September’s referendum has voted to back Scotland having an independent Scottish currency rather tha... »

News in Scotland Friday

News in Scotland Friday

Scottish Education Secretary Mike Russell will face angry teachers at the EIS conference Scottish News: News in Scotland – Friday Scotland’s emissions target on track The Scottish government today released figures showing a 9.9 percent year-on-year reduction on unadjusted emissions which represents the largest reduction on record. Scotland remains top of the EU15 nation’s table f... »

News in Scotland Tuesday

News in Scotland Tuesday

Ian Taylor is reported to have been a benefactor of both Serbian warlord Arkan and the campaign against Scottish independence Better Together Scottish News: News in Scotland – Tuesday SCOTLAND Poll shows majority of Scots want Vitol ‘dirty money’ donation returned A new YouGov poll shows that most people in Scotland believe that the ‘no’ campaign in the independence referendum sh... »

News in Scotland Thursday

News in Scotland Thursday

Syria: 20 UN peacekeepers held hostage by Western-backed insurgents Scottish News: News in Scotland – Thursday SCOTLAND Tony Blair likens the SNP to UKIP in a speech as advisor with JP Morgan Tony Blair has likened the SNP’s drive for independence to UKIP’s campaign to take Britain out of the EU. Speaking in Edinburgh, he insisted Scotland’s place in the UK goes with the gr... »

News in Scotland Thursday

News in Scotland Thursday

The Scottish parliament will require to house more MSPs post-independence in order to execute the state function currently reserved to Westminster Scottish News: News in Scotland – Thursday SCOTLAND Salmond inspects as Scotland joins space raceScotland’s first satellite, the UKube-1, was inspected today by First Minister Alex Salmond.  Final tests are being undertaken on the nanosatellite wh... »

News in Scotland Monday

News in Scotland Monday

Former Labour Chancellor Alistair Darling is undertaking a “listening” tour of Scotland Scottish News: News in Scotland – Monday SCOTLAND Parliament to investigate teen pregnancy ratesThe Scottish parliament is to compile a report on teenage pregnancy. The inquiry – part of an initiative by the government’s health and sport committee – will examine the support that is... »