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The 18 year life of a paper that defines modern Scotland

The 18 year life of a paper that defines modern Scotland

SO it's Happy Birthday to us. We're 18. All grown up.

12:09am Sunday 26 February 2017

Goodwill across Europe for Scotland in face of hard Brexit

SNP MEP Alyn Smith says Scotland is now viewed as the ‘good guys, not the awkward squad’ in Europe  Photograph: Gordon Terris

THE threat of a hard Brexit has led to "growing sympathy" within the EU for Scotland's position, the Catalan government's most senior representative in the UK has said. Sergi Marcén added Westminster's approach could "accelerate" a second…

12:10am Sunday 5 February 2017

Ex-Catalan leader on trial for ignoring independence referendum ban

Picture: AP Photo/Manu Fernandez

The former head of Catalonia's regional government has gone on trial in Barcelona for ignoring a Constitutional ban and going ahead with a vote on the region's independence from Spain.

10:27am Monday 6 February 2017

Media dwell on 'outclassed' Barcelona's night of heartbreak

Angel Di Maria is mobbed by PSG team-mates after opening the scoring

BARCELONA had their hearts broken on Valentine's Day, according to the Spanish media, after suffering a 4-0 defeat to Paris St Germain that leaves their Champions League dreams in tatters.

10:27pm Wednesday 15 February 2017

The Midge: Salmond furious at Dep Speaker for cutting SNP MP time ... WATCH

Mr Salmond takes issue with Deputy Speaker Lindsay Hoyle. See Afore Ye Go, below. Pic: YouTube

Hello and welcome to The Midge, the e-bulletin that takes a bite out of politics in Scotland and elsewhere. 

7:23am Tuesday 7 February 2017

Letters Special: Westminster would be right not to sanction a new referendum

DEAL: Alex Salmond and David Cameron sign the Edinburgh Agreement in 2012 to sanction the Scottish independence referendum. Could such an event happen again?

WHEN Scotland voted for devolution it understood that its coming parliament would not be able to legislate on constitutional matters affecting the rest of the United Kingdom. The fact that the UK Government consented to the independence referendum of…

12:07am Friday 3 February 2017

Herald View: Gauntlet is thrown down to Sturgeon

Herald View

NICOLA Sturgeon’s normally upbeat demeanour may not be much in evidence this morning.

12:07am Thursday 2 February 2017

Agenda: This do-as-I-say diktat by the state does democracy a huge disservice

Barcelona's historic bull ring, picture courtesy of Galdric Peñarroja

SPAIN’S Constitutional Court, at the behest of the country’s right-wing Popular Party (PP), has overturned Catalonia’s ban on bullfighting, saying the nation could regulate but not prohibit the practice. The court ruling aims to defend the…

12:07am Monday 2 January 2017

Spain rejects Sturgeon's idea of bespoke Brexit deal for Scotland

Spain rejects Sturgeon's idea of bespoke Brexit deal for Scotland

THE Spanish government has poured cold water on Nicola Sturgeon’s proposal for a bespoke deal for Scotland if the rest of the UK leaves the EU in a hard Brexit.

12:06am Friday 23 December 2016

Should Nicola Sturgeon stick or twist on a second referendum as Britain heads for Brexit?

Should Nicola Sturgeon stick or twist on a second referendum as Britain heads for Brexit?

It is the Scottish political headache of the new century.

5:17pm Tuesday 29 November 2016
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