Alex Salmond’s campaign to be reelected as MP for the Gordon constituency has received a boost after his online crowdfunder surpassed its target.
IF Theresa May thought pensioners would be a soft touch, she’s very very wrong, writes Lesley Riddoch.
UK Tory manifesto light on detail regarding Scotland’s Parliament THE UK TORY MANIFESTO will thwart the will of the Scottish Parliament, deploying austerity as a “cruel and callous attack on families” according to the SNP deputy leader Angus Robertson. Released today (Thursday 18 May) the document held only five paragraphs under its Scotland heading and cited the nation 17 times choosing to […]
SNP LEADING POLICY DEBATE ACROSS UK – AND WILL STAND UP FOR SCOTLAND First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has today (Sunday) urged voters not to let the Tor…
There is a “high chance” that Brexit negotiations between the UK and EU leaders will collapse which could pave the way for Scottish independence, Holyrood’s Brexit minister has told MSPs.
Couple takes on ‘Big Six’ with new people’s energy company A NEW ENERGY SUPPLIER IN SCOTLAND has been set up, promising to return 75 per cent of its profits to the customers it recruits.
THERESA May was last night blasted for smearing the SNP by falsely claiming they too were fined over election expenses blunders. The Prime Minister tried to spread the blame over the Conservative
End of an era as Labour party loses full control for the first time in 40 years SCOTTISH LABOUR has lost overall control of Glasgow City Council (GCC) as the first results were declared today (Friday 5 April) in the Scottish local elections. The council elections campaign had seen the SNP looking to replace Labour as GGC’s biggest party. Labour has […]
A MAJORITY of voters north of the border believe the SNP would have the right to hold a second independence referendum if the party wins more than half of the Scottish seats in the General Election, a poll has found.
GLASGOW, Scotland — Glasgow was once the world’s shipbuilding capital. The sprawling yards that ran for miles along the banks of the Clyde, employing tens of thousands, have been replaced by glass and steel apartment complexes. Glaswegian politics has had a makeover, too. For decades, the city was synonymous with Labour, which has controlled the […]
Support for Scottish independence could be as high as 57 per cent according to a Google survey.