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Cost of living soars 25% as austerity squeeze hits Scots
THE basic cost of living has soared by 25% since the economic slump began in 2008 with families facing an "unprecedented erosion of household living standards" because of rising inflation and flatlining wages, a new report claims.

Holyrood publishes same-sex marriage legislation
CLERGY, choirs and others involved in organising church weddings in Scotland will be allowed to opt-out of taking part in same-sex marriages if it goes against their conscience.

Plans for further cuts to spending
MORE cuts in UK Government spending have already been identified, Danny Alexander has admitted.

Action urged on 'progression pay'
JOHN Swinney has been encouraged to consider ending automatic pay rises for thousands of public sector workers in Scotland "with an open mind".

Salmond dismisses examiner's fears over 'dumbing down' of Higher exam
ALEX Salmond has dismissed fears by a former principal examiner that this year's Higher maths exam was "dumbed down".

Politicians off on holiday after Punch and Judy Holyrood FMQs
One of Holyrood's most cherished traditions is the final First Minister's Questions before recess, a sun-kissed carnival of spite and ill-will in which Labour try to ruin the boss's hols by sending him home on a bum note.

£800m funding for Green Bank expansion
The Green Investment Bank has been given an extra £800 million of UK Government money after losing £6m in less than a year.

Government denies claims of 'bung' for BT on broadband
THE Coalition Government has angrily denied suggestions it offered the Scots-born BT chief executive a "bung" as he prepares to become a trade minister.

Unite threatens legal action over Falkirk candidate decision
Labour's biggest donor, Unite, has threatened legal action over the party's decision to disbar dozens of union members from helping to select a general election candidate in Falkirk.

£100,000 fracking boost for Scots firms
Scotland's North Sea energy firms have been urged to cash in on the shale gas revolution after communities were offered £100,000 to allow controversial "fracking" for the energy source.

£1m for Gaelic TV station Alba
Gaelic TV station BBC Alba will receive an extra £1 million a year from 2015.

'Crisis' over portrayal of women
Labour leader Ed Miliband has warned young people are increasingly accessing "sexualised images" of women on their smartphones.

John Swinney hints at protecting public sector pay
JOHN Swinney has indicated Scotland might not follow George Osborne's controversial move to end automatic annual pay rises for the thousands of public-sector workers.

Osborne puts curb on welfare and cracks down on claimants
CHANCELLOR George Osborne has unveiled a cap on welfare spending and tougher conditions for benefits claimants as he put both issues centre stage at the next election.

Transgender marriage move
TRANSGENDER people in Scotland will no longer need to get divorced in order to have their new sex legally recognised.

 

Scotsman

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Salmond to miss Open over Muirfield men-only rule

FIRST Minister Alex Salmond last night revealed that he will not attend the Open Championship at Muirfield this summer as he underlined his opposition to male-only golf clubs.



Scots islands scoop Westminster renewables cash

THE coalition government yesterday pledged to boost renewable energy production in Scotland’s islands as part of a £100 billion infrastructure package for the UK.



UK may need £6bn in new tax cash, IFS claim

THE UK government could be forced to raise £6 billion in new taxes after the General Election in 2015 despite Chancellor George Osborne’s latest round of spending cuts, economic experts warned yesterday.



Tom Peterkin: ?Lord of Fun? was a great sport

LORD Fraser of Carmyllie was a guinea a minute. He was also an accomplished skier. I know, because over 30 years ago he once guided me down a treacherous slope (Cairn Aosda, Glenshee) in the foulest conditions imaginable.



George Kerevan: Interest rate rise needed

MERVYN King’s claim that a normal level of interest is going to put young adults in the poor house is a dubious one, writes George Kerevan



Michael Fry: Lay out political future in words

THE era of the political journal seems to have ended, but there is still a need to encapsulate vision in a durable form, especially when it’s a good, nationalist, one, writes Michael Fry



Comment: SNP speak with forked tongue on referendum

ALEX Salmond’s strategy is to play a game of safe betting, by aping the major existing body of opinion, writes Gregor Gall



Leaders: Shale gas | Free school fruit

TO Treasury minister Danny Alexander fell the ambiguous pleasure of announcing some of the biggest figures ever drawn up by a UK government for spending on infrastructure, transport projects and energy.



Joyce McMillan: Scots creatives ready for Yes vote

While fear drives the No campaign, the creative heartbeat of Scotland is ready to chance a Yes, writes Joyce McMillan



The Scotsman cartoon - 28/06/13

George Osborne’s fracking plans feature in today’s cartoon



Police Scotland IT project cost could rise to £60m

THE cost of the police’s computer integration project could rise to a previously “unheralded” £60 million as it may see up to £6 million of staff redundancies.



Eric Pickles speech photo pokes fun at Osborne

ERIC Pickles has poked fun at George Osborne by tweeting a picture of himself working on a speech and eating a takeaway.



Scottish independence: ?Less EU money for farmers?

SCOTLAND’S farmers would be receive lower EU payments under independence, the UK’s Minister for Europe David Lidington warned the SNP government today.



Scottish independence: ?No? vote austerity warning

SCOTLAND’S future in the UK offers only “continued austerity” as the main pro-union parties back the cuts agenda, Alex Salmond today warned.



Wembley bagpipe ban to be raised at cabinet level

A proposed crackdown on bagpipes when Scotland play England at Wembley next month has been branded “astonishing” by a UK Government minister - who pledged to raise it with Coalition cabinet colleagues.



Wingsland Blog

Wings Over Scotland
sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul

Wardrobe malfunction
Johann Lamont (we think) at today’s FMQs: And here’s Ruth Davidson (probably): Write your own punchlines.

The unhappy few
Seasoned readers will recall that on occasion we’ve pondered the mystery that is the membership of the itself-enigmatic entity sometimes called “Scottish Labour”. Establishing how many members the party actually has is a puzzle that has eluded the best and brightest in Scottish journalism for years, but thanks to a tip from an alert commenter [...]

Negative recollection
The longer this site goes on, the more we realise we could really do with some sort of proper indexing system, rather than relying on our bullet-riddled memory to be able to recall the details of something we wrote a year ago. So in the week that the “Better Together” campaign celebrated its first birthday, [...]

Why austerity is forever
I’m going to do something I only do rarely and write this post in the personal pronoun, because it’s very much a personal view rather than an attempt to speak for a wider section of the independence movement. But although it’s been forming for a while, it was finally triggered by an Ian Bell comment [...]

Three little words
Hang on – didn’t our “Project Fear” pals spend half of last year sobbing and wailing and raging that a certain tri-morpheme prefix was leading and unfair and beastly and a clear attempt at rigging the referendum by the dastardly, unprincipled Nats? Maybe our memory’s playing tricks on us. We’re pretty old.

Quoted for truth #20
Stephen Noon in the Scotsman, 25 June 2013: “The No campaign thinks its biggest strength is fear. However, its biggest weakness is an equally powerful emotion: regret. Just think how we will feel if there is a No vote; if in 2015 we get another government we didn?t vote for; if in 2016 we?re taken [...]

The Scottish statesman
Oddly, despite much trailing of it before publication, we haven’t seen any major coverage of Alex Salmond’s lengthy interview with the New Statesman last week in the media. We kept forgetting to go to the shop for a copy, but today we downloaded the magazine’s iPad app, which contains the full interview among its free [...]

Little-seen recluse launches blog
A new voice in the referendum debate – ladies and gents, Professor John Curtice! Thank goodness. We hadn’t seen him on TV in hours, we thought he’d died.

New world records
It’s hard to know where to start on picking apart the torrent of misrepresentations, distortions and flat-out untruths that “Better Together” campaign director Blair McDougall was allowed to get away with in the space of a few short minutes during a rather powder-puff interview on last night’s Scotland Tonight. So let’s just pick one at [...]

The Not-So-England Club
A comment from a reader sent us off on a spot of Googling this morning. If you type nothing but the word “Wimbledon” into the search engine, the top result isn’t actually a link, but instead some sort of unclickable wired-in tournament schedule data. A striking feature of the data is the national flags beside [...]

BBC Scotland

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The latest stories from the Scotland politics section of the BBC News web site.

MSPs pass bill to lower voting age
A bill to give 16 and 17-year-olds the right to vote in next year's Scottish independence referendum is approved by MSPs on the last day of their parliamentary year.

Same-sex marriage bill published
A bill to allow same-sex marriage in Scotland is published at Holyrood prompting a pledge by opponents of the plan to "actively target" MSPs to vote no.

Union legal action threat to Labour
The Unite union says it may take legal action against the Labour Party over the selection of a parliamentary candidate in Falkirk.

Ashes parents vow to keep fighting
Bereaved parents vow to keep pushing for a public inquiry into the disposal of the ashes of their dead babies after meeting the first minster.

Councils to share road services
Two councils in Ayrshire become the first in Scotland to agree upon the shared delivery of road services.

Boost to Scottish capital spend
Scotland is to receive a major increase to capital expenditure as a result of the chancellor's spending review.

Music tuition fees 'review needed'
A group set up by the Scottish government to look at music tuition in schools recommends tighter rules on charging.

MSPs back post-16 education reforms
Controversial legislation aimed at widening access to higher education is passed by the Scottish Parliament.

Affordable homes bid makes progress
The provision of up to 200 more homes for rent at affordable levels in the Scottish Borders comes a step closer.

'Historic' equal pay case victory
The local authority workers' union, Unison, has won an equal pay case for female workers on Dumfries and Galloway Council at the Supreme Court.

Queensferry Crossing name for bridge
The new bridge to be built across the Firth of Forth is to be called the Queensferry Crossing.

Call for Salmond school visit probe
Scotland's most senior civil servant is to be asked to investigate First Minister Alex Salmond's professional conduct over a school visit.

New £18m leisure arena for Clydebank
Funding for a major new £18m leisure centre in Clydebank is approved by West Dunbartonshire Council.

Public 'backs wild land turbine ban'
The majority of Scots want the country's wild land to be protected from windfarms, a survey by the John Muir Trust suggests.

MPs urge new approach over Remploy
MPs accuse the UK government of adopting an "inflexible approach" over the future of Remploy factories.

Newsnet Scotland

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Scotland would be as safe with its own Defence Force

By Russell Bruce  

Dr Azeem Ibrahim, Chair of The Scotland Institute, at the launch of Defence and Security in an Independent Scotland on Monday posed two questions at the start of his presentation ?

'Would an Independent Scotland be able to provide for its own defence?'

'Is this something we can realistically afford?'

'The answer to both questions is a resounding YES' emphasised Azeem Ibrahim



Ian Brady gives permission for biography to Scottish author

  By Lynn Malone
 
Moors murderer Ian Brady, who will discover this week whether a mental health tribunal has determined him sane or insane, has grudgingly given permission for an award winning Scottish journalist and author to record his biography.
 
Jean Rafferty has been corresponding with the notorious Glasgow born killer - who wants to be declared sane so he can return to prison - for more than eight years.



Hollywood actor Brian Cox to be voice of Duggy Dug

   By a Newsnet reporter

Acclaimed Holywood actor, Brian Cox, is to be the voice behind the new cartoon character Duggy Dug it can be revealed.

The Dundee born filmstar, famous for his roles in the Jason Bourne trilogy and Planet of the Apes, will be the voice of Newsnet Scotland's radical new cartoon creation, which is based on a highland terrier.



How should Scotland's unions respond to Labour's Right shift?

asks John McAllion
 
"THINGS fall apart; the centre cannot hold..."
 
We might not yet have reached the stage where the words quoted above can be applied to "the great alliance" that once existed between the Labour Party and the Trade Unions in Britain.



How do you debate with ignorance and lies?

  By a Newsnet reporter
 
This weekend former US President Bill Clinton visited Edinburgh.  Asked in a Question and Answer session for his views on the Scottish independence debate, Mr Clinton urged both sides to engage respectfully and not "tear the place apart".
 
Refreshingly, the former US President resisted the urge to back one side over the other, but did say that whatever the result, Scotland would be a better place regardless of the which side wins the referendum - but only if we have an honest debate.



The Long and Winding Road to What Kind of Scotland?

  By Gerry Hassan, The Scotsman, June 22nd 2013

The Scottish independence debate has not so far connected or impacted on the vast majority of Scots beyond the politically committed.

It is a point Alex Salmond reflected on this week, for his own obvious reasons, but true nonetheless.

A small but significant watershed moment took place this week with the conclusion of ?Road to Referendum?, a three part STV series on Scotland?s recent political history presented by Iain Macwhirter.



For further intrusion into your private life - vote No

  Alan Bissett takes a look at anti-Scottish independence dirty tricks campaigns

WHEN I was growing up, during the latter stages of the Cold War, we were told very simple stories about communists.  They ?hated the West?.

They were ?not allowed to have their own thoughts?.  The Russians were characterised in popular culture as brainwashed automatons.  Dissent was forbidden.



Analysing negotiations with the Taleban

By George Kerevan
 
THE end game in Afghanistan entered a new phase this week when the Taleban finally opened their official embassy in the Gulf state of Qatar.
 
Rumours are rife that the US administration and the Taleban will begin some sort of peace negotiations any day.



Food Banks cash in on poverty

  By Sandra Webster

DESPITE the so called crisis in the banking sector, the use of one type of bank continues to strip demand.  In a time of austerity the use of food banks are on the rise.

Over 500,000 people have now been fed by them including 14,000 Scots last year alone.



First Minister's Questions - 20 June 2013 - video

In keeping with our aim to provide, as often as we can, a full recording of First Minister's Questions, we have uploaded the latest session.

Many people are unable to navigate both the Scottish Parliament's own recordings and BBC Scotland?s online recording of the event, and thus Newsnet Scotland believes that by publishing here we make the event accessible to a much wider audience than would otherwise be the case.



Referendum 2014 (Scoop.it)

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Scottish independence: ?No? vote austerity warning

SCOTLAND’S future in the UK offers only “continued austerity” as the main pro-union parties back the cuts agenda, Alex Salmond today warned.

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UK Europe Minister: independent Scotland's EU membership could be blocked

Peter A Bell's insight:

Standard unionist scaremongering pish.



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Hear the Nation - Cupar

Alan Bissett speaking at Hear the Nation was a successful evening of inspirational speaking, poetry and music hosted by Yes North East Fife on the 16th May 2013 at the Corn Exchange in Cupar.



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The unhappy few

Seasoned readers will recall that on occasion we've pondered the mystery that is the membership of the itself-enigmatic entity sometimes called "Scottish Labour". Establishing how many members the ...

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Denial is a River in Scotland

George Osborne has protected Scotland from major spending cuts. He won't be thanked for that.
Peter A Bell's insight:

Alex Massie may not believe an independent Scotland would have to be an economic basket-case. But he's more than happy if the people of Scotland are sold this tale of woe. His advic...



Democracy: How We Don't Really Have It

That title could be considered somewhat daft or inflammatory by some, but to many of us, it’s a totally justifiable statement.


Yes, we have directly elected politicians representing us in the House of Commons, and for those of us in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, we also have our assorted de...



Negative recollection

The longer this site goes on, the more we realise we could really do with some sort of proper indexing system, rather than relying on our bullet-riddled memory to be able to recall the details of something we wrote a year ago.




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Leader: Even if the Union endures, the status quo should not

In much of Westminster, Alex Salmond’s campaign for Scottish independence is already regarded as a doomed cause. The Yes campaign has trailed in every poll since the start of 2012 and has been repeatedly forced on to the defensive over its stance on EU membership and currency. With David Cameron ...



Scottish Independence: Voting age lowered today

The voting age will be lowered to 16 in a landmark decision at the Scottish Parliament today.

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Rail Consequentials snub to Scotland as row brews over 'capital budget increa...

Scotland will not be getting a consequential increase in infrastructure spending as a result of the London Cross Rail and High Speed Rail Link (HS2) infrastructure projects it has been confirmed.




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No barriers to trade with a Yes vote

Check-piont charlie Europe most famous border post now a tourist attraction. “Name them” - this is my response whenever a no campaigner talks of a Yes vote increasing barriers to trade for Scottish businesses.

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Referendum voting age to be lowered
MSPs are to pass a bill to give 16 and 17 year olds the right to vote in next year's independence referendum.

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Holyrood to close before referendum

The Scottish Parliament formally backs plans go into recess ahead of next year's independence referendum.

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Robin McAlpine: Work for the Common Weal

Robin McAlpine says we need a new economic philosophy, one where people come together for the benefit of all members of society

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Osborne?s cuts show that only a Yes vote can deliver a better way

Today George Osborne's spending review statement laid out in the starkest terms the bleak future that awaits Scotland for so long as Westminster remains in control of Scotland’s future.  

Yet more cuts are pencilled in for 2015/16. That means less money for public services.

And citizens throughout ...



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Gay marriage a step closer to being made legal in Scotland after an historic ...
UNDER the new law which was passed at Holyrood this morning religious and belief bodies will be required to opt in to perform same-sex marriages.

Gay marriage expected to be made legal in Scotland later today after an histo...
UNDER the new law which is expected to be passed at Holyrood later religious and belief bodies would be required to opt in to perform same-sex marriages.

Anti-bigotry football laws are needed in Scotland, says Justice Secretary Ken...
THE Justice Secretary says football bigotry is "entirely unacceptable" in the 21st century and bringing in anti-bigotry football laws was the right thing to do.

First Minister Alex Salmond to meet parents affected by the baby ashes scandal
ALEX Salmond is under pressure to order a public inquiry from the families who recently found out that their children's ashes were scattered or discarded without their knowledge.

Scottish Government accused of concealing full costs of key transport project...
FORMER Labour leader Iain Gray says the Scottish Government is "not reporting the full costs" of projects, including the new Forth crossing and Aberdeen bypass. 

Scottish Government accused of interfering in governance of universities
CONSERVATIVES and Lib Dems hit out at the Scottish Government as MSPs start their vote on the final form of the Post-16 Education (Scotland) Bill.

Public sector workers to lose guaranteed wage rises as part of £11.5bn cuts a...
AUTOMATIC progression pay for civil servants, police officers, doctors, nurses and teachers will end, George Osborne announced today as he slashed millions from government and local government budgets.

UK government under fire as study reveals youngsters in Britain spend more th...
A NEW report has shown that the country has one of the worst records of any major economy for helping young people to get a job, putting further pressure on the Con-Dem coalition.

MSPs approve stamp duty replacement in landmark vote at Holyrood
MSPs have backed a new Land and Building Transactions Tax which will allow the Scottish Parliament to set and collect a proportion of its own revenue for the first time.

SNP by-election winner Mark McDonald to be sworn in as an MSP today ? for sec...
ABERDEEN MSP swaps regional list for city seat after victory in Donside vote.

Holyrood set to approve new property sales tax in Scotland to replace stamp duty
MINISTERS claim tax will be fairer while new Bill will see Scottish Parliament collect a proportion of its own revenues for the first time.

Scots MP Jim Murphy calls for jobs-for-soldiers scheme to help squaddies adju...
SHADOW Defence Secretary Jim Murphy urges government to set up special education and training initiative to help those leaving the armed forces.

Disgraced MP Eric Joyce tops list of Westminster politicians claiming taxpaye...
RECORDS show the Falkirk MP has been reimbursed for more business class tickets than any other MP - despite him being thrown out of the Labour party over an assault in a Commons bar.

Order of service: MPs in bid to ban pubs from turning away heroes in uniform
A PRIVATE member's bill will be presented by Thomas Docherty MP today just weeks after the Daily Record revealed how the crew of a Navy warship were kicked out of an Edinburgh pub for being dressed in uniform.

Record View: Atos chief's £280k pay rise adds insult to injury for the disabl...
IT is sickening that the boss of benefits assessment firm Atos has received a huge pay rise while his company inflicts misery on thousands of disabled people, says RECORD VIEW.

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Westminster rejects opposition as an outdated concept. Parties unite to celeb...
Westminster rejects opposition as an outdated concept. Parties unite to celebrate austerity for the poor as the the UK future.


Balls to Westminster Government
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?If you can?t beat ?em, join ?em,? Mr Balls told Good Morning Scotlandshire

Moor Murderers and Scotlandshire - our expose.
Moor Murderers and Scotlandshire - our expose.


Even murderers snub Salmond's Scotlandshire
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High profile prisoners to snub Scotlandshire and its separatist ways include former Labour MSP Mike Watson

One year on, Darling loves Scotlandshire - just the way it was.
One year on, Darling loves Scotlandshire - just the way it was.


The positive message of Project Fear
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With Scotch MPs and Ministers at Westminster like Davie Mundell and George Galloway, we have the best of both worlds.

Niggel Far-Wright'rage writes his first column for BBC Scotlandshire. Read hi...
Niggel Far-Wright'rage writes his first column for BBC Scotlandshire. Read his history of the SNP here.
http://www.bbc.scotlandshire.co.uk/index.php/city-news/454-a-nationalists-history-of-the-snp.html



By Niggel Far-Wright'rage, our resident U-Kipper unpaid columnist The good p...
By Niggel Far-Wright'rage, our resident U-Kipper unpaid columnist

The good people of Britain are becoming bored by all this talk of "independence" for Scotlandshire. After all, independence is the preserve of actual real nations, like Britain, and not jumped-up little English regions like Scotla...

A Labour politician has claimed he fathered a child with an alien he regularl...
A Labour politician has claimed he fathered a child with an alien he regularly meets up with for extra-terrestrial sex.


Labour politician 'fathered child with Cat Queen alien'
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BBC Scotlandshire - All the news we want you to see. Bringing you ludicrous, spurious and ill-concei...

Donside by-election : Get all the detailed analysis here early. We have the t...
Donside by-election : Get all the detailed analysis here early. We have the truth, regardless of the variations that reality brings.


Donside By-election - Dramatic Result!
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This picture of Donside near the village of Rostov looks impressive. I hadn't realised that any Scot...

Iranians went to the polls on Friday to elect the successor to outgoing Presi...
Iranians went to the polls on Friday to elect the successor to outgoing President Mahmoud Achmadinnerscauld. Candidates reported few serious problems with the process, and the losers sent congratulations to the eventual winner, Hassan Rouhani.

Read all about it.


Weegie Wins in Persian Prezzie Pol...

It has come to our attention that YouGuff is attempting to steal our thunder!...
It has come to our attention that YouGuff is attempting to steal our thunder! Where's Collier and Shysters telephone number when you need it?

Don't bother with this silly little survey when you can read the BBC Scotlandshire extensive coverage from back in May:
http://www.bbc.scotlandshire.co.uk...

Finally, bagpipes are banned. Omitted from the 1747 Proscription Act, the ult...
Finally, bagpipes are banned. Omitted from the 1747 Proscription Act, the ultimate UK authority - the FA - has taken this important update.
http://www.bbc.scotlandshire.co.uk/index.php/city-news/450-violent-noise-pollution.html


Salmond accused of ?encouraging violent noise pollution?
www.bbc.scotla...

We here at BBC Scotlandshire would like to point out this video is directed a...
We here at BBC Scotlandshire would like to point out this video is directed at the spoof BBC in Scotland not the real broadcaster of Scotlandshire.

Citizen Smartarse may well be receiving a letter from our lawyers Collier and Shyster LLB (well nearly) if he does not make this clearer in his sub...

Hope this first attempt at scaring the pants off the separatists works. My vi...
Hope this first attempt at scaring the pants off the separatists works. My virgin article, so please be gentle with me - and keep your pants on!


Scary News Summary
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In the absence of any bosses, an intern summarises the news

Summer needs a Summer Queen, and Theresa May provides a timely scare, as thos...
Summer needs a Summer Queen, and Theresa May provides a timely scare, as those Scots who can afford to go abroad, look out their passports.


Passports nae mair, Borders are there, ...
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Satisfaction, ooh ooh ooh, came in a chain reaction Burnin' , I couldn't get enough So I ...

To all 3,000 of you who like us (and the rest who just read us) - it's time t...
To all 3,000 of you who like us (and the rest who just read us) - it's time to enjoy the Summer ....


BBC Scotlandshire Summer Service
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Most of our readers will also have their children home from boarding school soon.

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Bella Caledonia
It's time to get above ourselves

Hear the Nation ? Cupar
Alan Bissett speaking at Hear the Nation was a successful evening of inspirational speaking, poetry and music hosted by Yes Continue reading

Austerity Unionism
By Mike Small There’s an incredible process of unification and merger going on before our eyes. George Osbourne today announced Continue reading

A New Economics for a New Scotland
This is a debate you rarely hear in the independence movement and it’s an essential one. All else is fluff Continue reading

Reasons To Be Fearful? Parts 1, 2 and 3
by Kevin Williamson The weekend just passed has been quite an eye-opener for anyone looking for clues as to what Continue reading

Frankie?s Kelvin Brawl Intervention
Go to 6.10 to get the good bit – Frankie Boyle’s cultural intervention … Filed under: Arts & Culture

For A? That 28 ? Dons, Docus & Duress
So we?re back from our two and a half week break and this time Andrew and I had Callum McCormick as guest. Callum is Continue reading

Brazil explodes in a furious feast of democracy
Incredible scenes from Brazil – this from Jerome Roos of Roar magazine  June 21, 2013 “We are against a government Continue reading

On Twitter and Writing
An extract by Thomas Beller Though Twitter is not exactly a new writing technology, it is a technology that is Continue reading

Do Nothing Eddie
By Jamie Maxwell Scottish Labour is fond of highlighting the regressive elements of the SNP?s economic policy. Alex Salmond has Continue reading

Hope is the Enemy of the Status Quo
By Mike Small from a talk given at the Solas Festival This week saw a major gaffe by the No Continue reading

Scotland and Independence

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Scottish independence: Referendum voting age bill approved by MSPs - BBC News

BBC News

Scottish independence: Referendum voting age bill approved by MSPs
BBC News
A bill to give 16 and 17-year-olds the right to vote in the Scottish independence referendum was passed by MSPs on the last day of their term. The legislation had the backing of the SNP, Labour and Liberal Democrats...


Scottish independence focus of NTS 2014 programme - Scotsman

Scotsman

Scottish independence focus of NTS 2014 programme
Scotsman
Mr Sansom also defended the artistic rebellion last year that led to the toppling of Creative Scotland's chief executive Andrew Dixon, saying people were clearly not being listed to and that alien funding models had been put in plac...


Scottish independence: Business greater clarity call - Edinburgh Evening News

Edinburgh Evening News

Scottish independence: Business greater clarity call
Edinburgh Evening News
?Recent figures show that Scotland remains a top destination for foreign inward investment as the referendum approaches, and we look forward to further engagement with business organisations to set out...


Scottish independence: 'No' vote austerity warning - Scotsman

Scotsman

Scottish independence: 'No' vote austerity warning
Scotsman
But Labour leader Johann Lamont insisted that an independent Scotland would face even harsher austerity than the UK amid concerns that SNP ?big business? tax breaks will see major job cuts. The leaders clashed today during the fina...


Scottish independence: 'Less EU money for farmers' - Scotsman

Scotsman

Scottish independence: 'Less EU money for farmers'
Scotsman
?It's only slowly being transferred to the big recipients in western Europe, so Scotland applying to join the EU would presumably either have to accept that lower level of agricultural support to be in line with all of the other me...


Voting age lowered to 16 for Scottish independence referendum - Toronto Star

Toronto Star

Voting age lowered to 16 for Scottish independence referendum
Toronto Star
LONDON?Scotland's Parliament has voted to allow 16 and 17 year olds to cast ballots in next year's independence referendum. The measure, passed Thursday by a vote of 103 to 12, will allow citizens younger than 18...


Comedian Pete Cain's take on Scottish independence - Scotsman

Scotsman

Comedian Pete Cain's take on Scottish independence
Scotsman
I must confess that I don't know the finer details of the arguments the propaganda merchants are peddling in the debate about Scottish Independence. However, I do know that no one knows how well independence would work and everyone...


Scottish independence: Holyrood backs referendum shut down - BBC News

BBC News

Scottish independence: Holyrood backs referendum shut down
BBC News
The Scottish Parliament has formally backed plans go into recess ahead of next year's independence referendum. MSPs voted to amend their normal timetable after the Scottish government said there would be restrictions on wha...


Stage 3: Scottish Independence Referendum (Franchise) Bill - BBC News

BBC News

Stage 3: Scottish Independence Referendum (Franchise) Bill
BBC News
MSPs are debating the Scottish Independence Referendum (Franchise) Bill for the final time. The legislation will allow 16 and 17 year olds to vote in next year's Scottish independence referendum. A bid by two MSPs to give p...


Scottish independence inspires NTS 2014 programme - Scotsman

Scottish independence inspires NTS 2014 programme
Scotsman
Mr Sansom also defended the artistic rebellion last year that led to the toppling of Creative Scotland's chief executive Andrew Dixon, saying people were clearly not being listed to and that alien funding models had been put in place for ar...


SNP

SNP - Google News
Google News

SNP in threat to block foreign fishing boats from North Sea - Herald Scotland

SNP in threat to block foreign fishing boats from North Sea
Herald Scotland
AN INDEPENDENT Scotland would block the North Sea to foreign fishing boats unless it could strike a favourable deal to join the European Union, SNP ministers have warned. AN INDEPENDENT Scotland would block the North Sea to...


Holyrood publishes same-sex marriage legislation - Herald Scotland

Holyrood publishes same-sex marriage legislation
Herald Scotland
Opponents of the reform, Scotland for Marriage said the governments had "demonstrated renewed contempt for the consultation process" and said of the bill: "The whole affair is an onslaught against the family, and the SNP is riding rou...


Comment: SNP speak with forked tongue on referendum - Scotsman

Scotsman

Comment: SNP speak with forked tongue on referendum
Scotsman
And with the polls still showing no forward movement for the ?yes? vote in Scotland, many members in the SNP may reluctantly and begrudgingly start to view independence as a process not an event too. This will allow them to salvag...


Bill brings same-sex marriage for Scots a step closer - Express.co.uk

Bill brings same-sex marriage for Scots a step closer
Express.co.uk
But the SNP administration said it would disregard those views, insisting redefining marriage was ?the right thing to do?. Although the legislation is being lauded by gay rights campaigners, concerns have been raised that it could ...


End-of-term behaviour belongs on the playground - Telegraph.co.uk

End-of-term behaviour belongs on the playground
Telegraph.co.uk
IT WASN'T a particularly edifying way to end the parliamentary session for the leaders of the government and main opposition parties to compare each other's ?gangs?. But that's the way it ended, yesterday, between Labour's ?Sharks? and...


Tenants running up big rent arrears because of 'bedroom tax', claims Dundee ....

Tenants running up big rent arrears because of 'bedroom tax', claims Dundee ...
The Courier
Mr Alexander has also condemned the Labour Party and is urging the local Labour group to get behind the SNP in opposing the tax. In response, Kevin Keegan, leader of the Labour group on the city council, has...


SNP could block North Sea fishing - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)

SNP could block North Sea fishing
The Times (subscription)
An independent Scotland could attempt to block other European nations from fishing in the North Sea if they refuse to agree its terms on EU membership, Alex Salmond has indicated. In an extraordinary move, a spokesma...


Scots lead the way on gay marriages in 'historic moment for equal rights' - T...

The Times (subscription)

Scots lead the way on gay marriages in 'historic moment for equal rights'
The Times (subscription)
The argument in favour of gay marriage should rest on logic, not emotion, and it is logic that underpins the SNP government's decision to press ahead with the legislation that ...


Scottish Government considers civil partnerships for heterosexual couples - C...

Scottish Government considers civil partnerships for heterosexual couples
Christian Concern
Civil partnerships could be extended to heterosexual couples under new plans being considered by SNP ministers. The move comes shortly after the UK Government announced its intention to review civil partners...


An unseemly clash of 'gangs' better suited to the playground - Telegraph.co.uk

An unseemly clash of 'gangs' better suited to the playground
Telegraph.co.uk
An increasingly feisty Scottish Labour leader pitted against an SNP boss with the evidence of a UK Labour party increasingly wrong-footed about how to handle the Coalition's welfare cuts, was always going to be incendiary....


Referendum 2014 (Google News)

scotland referendum -guardian -telegraph - Google News
Google News

Scottish Parliament extends vote in independence referendum to 16-year-olds -...

Scottish Parliament extends vote in independence referendum to 16-year-olds
Fox News
LONDON ? Scotland's Parliament has voted to allow 16 and 17 year olds to cast ballots in next year's independence referendum. The measure, passed Thursday by a vote of 103 to 12, will allow citizens younger than 18...


Scottish independence: Referendum voting age bill approved by MSPs - BBC News

BBC News

Scottish independence: Referendum voting age bill approved by MSPs
BBC News
A bill to give 16 and 17-year-olds the right to vote in the Scottish independence referendum was passed by MSPs on the last day of their term. The legislation had the backing of the SNP, Labour and Liberal Democrats...


Scottish independence: Holyrood backs referendum shut down - BBC News

BBC News

Scottish independence: Holyrood backs referendum shut down
BBC News
The Scottish Parliament has formally backed plans go into recess ahead of next year's independence referendum. MSPs voted to amend their normal timetable after the Scottish government said there would be restrictions on wha...


Curtain to rise on theatre bid to tackle referendum debate - Herald Scotland

Scotsman

Curtain to rise on theatre bid to tackle referendum debate
Herald Scotland
They are the first announced shows from an ambitious first season for the National Theatre of Scotland's new artistic director Laurie Sansom. In a large touring show, The Great Don't Know Show, two leading writers an...


Stage 3: Scottish Independence Referendum (Franchise) Bill - BBC News

BBC News

Stage 3: Scottish Independence Referendum (Franchise) Bill
BBC News
The legislation will allow 16 and 17 year olds to vote in next year's Scottish independence referendum. A bid by two MSPs to give prisoners the chance to vote in the referendum was recently thrown out by a committee of MSPs...


Scottish independence: Holyrood business to stop ahead of referendum - BBC News

Scottish independence: Holyrood business to stop ahead of referendum
BBC News
Business at the Scottish Parliament will stop in the weeks running up to the independence referendum on 18 September 2014. A new parliamentary timetable has been agreed by the SNP, Scottish Greens and independent members....


Scottish Parliament Votes To Allow 16 and 17-Year-Olds To Vote In ... - Inter...

Scottish Parliament Votes To Allow 16 and 17-Year-Olds To Vote In ...
International Business Times
The United Kingdom government originally opposed the bill, but it was eventually agreed upon in the Edinburgh Agreement, which sets out the terms for the vote and gave the Scottish government the lega...


Rousseff's proposal for referendum - Herald Scotland

Rousseff's proposal for referendum
Herald Scotland
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff sought to overcome a sudden wave of national discontent with a surprising call for a referendum on what would be the country's most ambitious political reform in decades. Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff sought ...


The think tank has questioned how a Scotland-only army would cope - BBC News

The think tank has questioned how a Scotland-only army would cope
BBC News
This latest one, titled Defence and Security in an Independent Scotland, had input from armed forces personnel, defence academics, former secretaries of defence and senior officials from Nato, UK MOD and the EU. It was chair...


Scottish independence: Bill Clinton urges 'respect' in referendum debate - BB...

BBC News

Scottish independence: Bill Clinton urges 'respect' in referendum debate
BBC News
The two-term leader was speaking at the Scottish Business Awards in Edinburgh. He did not give his opinion on the independence referendum, which is due to be held in September 2014. But he said how Scotland re...


Tartan Army Message Board (often features political threads)

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Million Quid For A Makeover
Cannot believe no comment re the 1 million to do up their apartment so they can move in with thei...

Oh Bugger........

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-23082846



No Barriers To Trade With A Yes Vote
Good wee article

http://www.businessforscotland.co.uk/no-barriers-to-trade-with-a-yes-vote/

Bbc Bad Word Outrage

I hope everyone that heard the blatant use of the word w.a.n.k     coming from a guest on the BBC...



Apple T V Software Update

Installed the update this morning.

 

New features are Sky News; Qello and Crunchyroll.

 

When the...



Closet Gaylord,

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152950370685191&set=a.10150109775790191.398247.10150104...



Classic Grand Friday Nite

Anybody in town friday nite? anyone fancy a meet up at crystal palace around 6pm? few crackin ban...



Scotsman Polls

These online polls they have in the Scotsman have been ridiculed several times in the past, with ...



Sweet Jesus Ed Balls Is A Cock

Watching PMQ while waiting for the spending review to come on. The guy is an absolute bell end. W...



Labour Politician Loses Virginity To Alien Holographic

"I lost my virginity to an alien holographic at the age of FIVE': Labour politician appears on TV...



Better Nation

Better Nation
Work as if you live in the early days of a

When civil partnership was radical
Just over ten years ago, the Rainbow Parliament came to town, full of Greens, Socialists and inde...

Nigel Farage: time to choose
Last night I happened to be in Holyrood when the Refugee Week reception was on. I spent a year wo...

Foolishness on e-cigs comes to Holyrood
Alex Massie’s right: attempts to clamp down on electronic cigarettes are entirely misguided, and ...

Questions for Question Time
I normally object to political hacks objecting to media bias. With the newspapers in particular, ...

Would we rather the SNP be sensible or knee-jerk nationalist on welfare?
I do sometimes feel sorry for the SNP. They spend all their time being pilloried by the Scotsman ...

Denying prisoners the vote: who benefits?
Why would any politician want to deny prisoners the vote? Is it purely because they think it play...

In praise of separatism
Separatism is a dirty word, apparently. The No campaign use it all the time about those of us who...

What is The Question?
As I prepare for the final exam of my degree I can hear the voices of  my high school English and...

Scottish politics? Old Firm
A few things have happened to me in the last few weeks which have reminded me of the importance o...

Higher education can?t be fixed at 19
The Scotsman’s front page declares “Tuition fee axe ‘still favouring the rich’“, a classic instan...

Scot Goes pop

SCOT goes POP!
A pro-independence blog by James Kelly - voted one of Scotland's top 10 political websites.

Political Betting's Smithson embarks on another "I will not be defied!!!!" ra...
Apologies for anyone getting bored by this, but as you know I made a promise to the PB moderation...

Yet another problem that London rule "isn't to blame for"
Well, I've had another highly instructive day. As you probably know, life expectancy in Scotland...

Rhoda Grant and 'entitlement'
I've just spotted an article in the Edinburgh Evening News from just over a week ago, about the o...

Shock as Britain's leading cat forum bans badgers
As you might remember, I recently made a solemn promise to the moderators of a certain Tory-domin...

Donside stays onside with the SNP
So as it turned out, Duncan Hothersall's profound sense of gloom about Labour's prospects of winn...

Wipe away those tears, folks - but yes, this might just be the last ever edit...
One good thing I would have said about controversial Labour activist Duncan Hothersall until a fe...

Dubious legality and unpardonable folly
I agree with the general consensus that Road to Referendum has been an excellent series that has ...

A value judgement
Kenny Farquharson on Twitter -

"What politicians like to describe as "Scottish values" are share...

Question Time DNA
Yesterday afternoon, our old friend Duncan Hothersall launched a half-hearted defence of the ludi...

The No campaign. You can't join it. Nobody speaks for it. Does it exist?
I really must resist the temptation to repost every single exchange I have with a certain controv...

ICM poll : Unprecedented surge for the SNP and Plaid?
The Guardian have released the details of the new GB-wide ICM poll on Westminster voting intentio...

The love boomerang
I read a few days ago that the No campaign's latest wheeze is to recruit supporters in the rest o...

PB's Tory moderators lose the plot yet again
So it seems we must return (as is always inevitable sooner or later) to the subject of the deligh...

Thankyou for correcting our defective memories, Mr Gove
England's Education Secretary Michael Gove at the Scottish Tory conference a couple of days ago -...

Face the challenge, darling
I've got better things to do than watch our Old Etonian overlord address the conference of a frin...

 

Yes Scotland

Blog - Yes Scotland

Osborne?s cuts show that only a Yes vote can deliver a better way

Today George Osborne's spending review statement laid out in the starkest terms the bleak future ...



Independence offers greater financial security for senior citizens

Yes Scotland has launched a recruitment drive for ?Silver Scots? ambassadors to take the independ...



Perspectives: A fairer deal for pensioners.

Last month, I celebrated becoming a great grandfather for the first time. It made me more conscio...



Perspectives: Knowing little and caring less

The Westminster Government has today published a list of 200 public bodies it claims would have t...



Scotland has got what it takes to be a fairer and more prosperous country

An independent Scotland has got what it takes - financially and aspirationally - to be a fairer a...



Reasons to be angry but hope that there is a better way

The Oxfam Scotland report Our Economy: Towards a New Prosperity, published today, may spark a ran...



Perpectives: Some news for William Hague

William Hague is in Scotland today to tell us that we shouldn't seek to speak with our own voice ...



Swinney: State pensions safer in independent Scotland

Scotland?s Finance Secretary today took the opportunity of a conference on pensions to announce t...



Lesley Riddoch: ?No matter how many alarmist headlines I read, I plan to vote...

Respected columnist and broadcaster Lesley Riddoch writes in the Scotsman that she will vote for ...



Yes LGBT launches campaign for constitutional rights

More than 400 marchers signed a declaration for independence at the weekend as Yes Scotland?s Les...



Yes LGBT campaigns for rights to be included in written constitution

Yes Scotland?s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender group today launched its campaign for equal...



Perspectives: 'Enshrining LGBT equality in a written constitution'

The main focus for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people campaigning in Scotland in the n...



Full welfare powers to lift children out of poverty

Today Nicola Sturgeon delivered a speech that set out the impact of Westminster?s welfare changes...



Independent Scotland can create a fairer welfare state - and a better country

The destruction of the welfare state in the UK is one of the main reasons for backing independenc...



Scotland?s got what it takes to deliver a fairer welfare system

The Scottish Government?s Expert Working Group on Welfare has reported today. The Group was estab...



Craig Murray (wide-ranging blog with some Scottish political content)

Craig Murray
Former Ambassador, Human Rights Activist

Pandering to Racism
Here in Ghana people are stunned by the announcement that a bond of £3,000 will have to be submit...

The Man Who Didn?t Disappoint
Nelson Mandela was a rallying focus for any progressive thinker of my generation.  I attended num...

Russophobia
I am in Africa.  Edward Snowden seems to be doing a super job without me, so I have been working ...

Work for the UN
GCHQ and the NSA between them employ tens of thousands of people.  I am bemused by the shock at t...

Wreck of the Emma
Some of the information that gets volunteered from readers of my blog for use in my Sikunder Burn...

Preparing to Bomb Syria
Quite simply I do not believe the US, UK and French government’s assertion that the Syrian govern...

More NHS Awfulness
It s rather humiliating to reveal so much of my personal medical history in order to expose the a...

Pre-emptive Policing
I am deeply concerned about pre-emptive policing,  or arresting people who might be going to do s...

Lack of Intelligence
I am astonished that still none of our pusillanimous media has published the simple fact that NSA...

The Omniscient State
It is not whether the individual had done anything wrong: it is whether the state has done anythi...

Only One Choice and Only for Scotland
Would you like to be shot with a red gun or blue gun, sir? That is the limit of the choice being ...

Genius Wanted
Is anyone wizard enough to improve the contrast and definition on the small images of these lette...

Balls attacks Universal Benefits
New Labour’s “Big idea” is to cut winter fuel allowance for wealthy pensioners, thus saving £100 ...

Forced into Private Health
I remain absolutely stunned, and completely confused, by the apparently appalling quality of NHS ...

Suppressed By The BBC
I was invited then disinvited to discuss Bradley Manning on BBC Breakfast TV this morning. I was ...

Guardian - Scottish Politics

Politics: Scottish politics | guardian.co.uk
Articles published by guardian.co.uk Politics about: Scottish politics

Brian Cox voices the new nationalist mascot: a cartoon terrier called Duggy Dug

After renouncing Labour, the Shakespearean actor lends his voice to a new champion for Scottish independence: an animated dog which promises to root out the 'keech' of the pro-UK campaigners

The pro...



Lord Fraser of Carmyllie obituary

Conservative minister and Scottish lord advocate who oversaw the investigation into the Lockerbie bombing

Lord Fraser of Carmyllie, who has died suddenly at the age of 68, belonged to a diminishing ...



SNP holds Aberdeen Donside in byelection

Mark McDonald retains seat in Holyrood for Scottish National party but with much reduced majority, as Labour makes gains

The Scottish National party has held the safe seat of Aberdeen Donside in a b...



Independent Scotland would miss out on overseas trade deals, says Hague

Foreign secretary says vote for independence would exclude Scotland from sharing in deals brokered by UK government

An independent Scotland would miss out on billions of pounds in overseas trade dea...



Nigel Farage targets Scotland with boast of success in European elections

Undaunted by the hostile welcome in Edinburgh last month and his thwarted campaigning in Aberdeen on Tuesday, the Ukip leader insists his party will take a Scottish seat in next May's European elec...



BBC criticised over Farage and Galloway Question Time appearance

Politicians appear on show devoted to Scottish independence despite neither Ukip nor Respect holding seats there

The BBC has been accused of being "blatantly unfair" after inviting Nigel Farage and ...



Scotland would keep UK welfare system for five years after split, say experts

Independent Scotland would be heavily dependent on UK system until at least 2019, advisory group concludes

Scotland would have to use the UK's welfare and benefits system for at least five years aft...



PM: I'll fight Scottish independence head, heart, body and soul

David Cameron backs Scottish Tory party plans for increased devolution and hails Ruth Davidson as 'ideal leader'

David Cameron has pledged to fight "head, heart, body and soul" against Scottish inde...



Scottish independence: Prime minister to say UK should be pulling together

David Cameron will cite Olympic success and second world war as he calls on Scotland to stay part of UK

The United Kingdom should be "pulling together, not pulling apart", the prime minister will in...



Scottish teenagers likely to reject independence

First major poll of those who will be able to vote in referendum as 16- and 17-year-olds shows little support for break with UK

An opinion poll of Scottish teenagers suggests that under-18s will hea...



If there's any justice, prisoners must get the vote | Kevin McKenna

Nationalists who would deny prisoners a vote in the independence referendum are being craven and dishonest

The social responsibility contract that many leftwing unionists would like to conclude with...



Why we pedalled on the Scottish parliament

Scotland's transport policy has done agonisingly little to encourage cycling, so hopefully our pedal protest will be heard

Just over a year ago I was sitting in a remote corner of Scotland watching ...



Scotland warned independence could cost billions in renewable subsidies

Ed Davey tells conference that more than one-third of the UK's subsidies for wind, wave and tidal energy is spent in Scotland

Ed Davey, the UK energy secretary, has warned that Scotland could lose b...



Scottish referendum: BBC Scotland to invest £5m in extra programming

Money will be spent on documentaries, debates and live coverage of the results on TV, radio and online

BBC Scotland is to invest an extra £5m in programming and content for Scottish audiences in the...



Independent Scotland's economy has what it takes to thrive, says Salmond

First minister sets out economic case for independence, saying Scotland's potential has been repeatedly stifled by Westminster

Alex Salmond has insisted that Scotland has "got what it takes" to be ...



Scotland's date with Destiny



Negative recollection
From Wings Over ScotlandNegative recollectionhttp://wingsoverscotland.com/negative-recollection/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=negative-recollectionhttp://wingsoverscotland.com/feed/Wi...

Osborne?s cuts show that only a Yes vote can deliver a better way
Today George Osborne’s spending review statement laid out in the starkest terms the bleak future that awaits Scotland for so long as Westminster remains in control of Scotland?s future.   Yet m...

Why austerity is forever
From Wings Over ScotlandWhy austerity is foreverhttp://wingsoverscotland.com/why-austerity-is-forever/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=why-austerity-is-foreverhttp://wingsoverscotland.co...

Three little words
From Wings Over ScotlandThree little wordshttp://wingsoverscotland.com/three-little-words/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=three-little-wordshttp://wingsoverscotland.com/feed/Wings Over ...

Quoted for truth #20
From Wings Over ScotlandQuoted for truth #20http://wingsoverscotland.com/quoted-for-truth-20/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=quoted-for-truth-20http://wingsoverscotland.com/feed/Wings O...

The Scottish statesman
From Wings Over ScotlandThe Scottish statesmanhttp://wingsoverscotland.com/the-scottish-statesman/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=the-scottish-statesmanhttp://wingsoverscotland.com/feed...

Little-seen recluse launches blog
From Wings Over ScotlandLittle-seen recluse launches bloghttp://wingsoverscotland.com/little-seen-recluse-launches-blog/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=little-seen-recluse-launches-blog...

New world records
From Wings Over ScotlandNew world recordshttp://wingsoverscotland.com/new-world-records/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=new-world-recordshttp://wingsoverscotland.com/feed/Wings Over Sco...

The Not-So-England Club
From Wings Over ScotlandThe Not-So-England Clubhttp://wingsoverscotland.com/the-not-so-england-club/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=the-not-so-england-clubhttp://wingsoverscotland.com/f...

In case you haven?t seen this yet
From Wings Over ScotlandIn case you haven?t seen this yethttp://wingsoverscotland.com/in-case-you-havent-seen-this-yet/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=in-case-you-havent-seen-this-yetht...

   

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