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Ministers plan childcare career recruitment campaign

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon (centre) during a visit to Smile Childcare Early Years Centre in Edinburgh (PA)

A major drive to encourage more people to go into a career in childcare will be launched this autumn as the Scottish Government strives to meet its pledge to virtually double the amount of free hours youngsters can receive.

8:58pm Thursday 23 March 2017

May tells MPs PC Keith Palmer was "every inch a hero"

Remembrance: a police officer lays a floral tribute next to a photo of his fallen colleague PC Keith Palmer

KEITH Palmer, the police officer killed in the Westminster terror attack, was “every inch a hero,” Theresa May insisted as tributes poured in from his family, colleagues and MPs.

7:40pm Thursday 23 March 2017

Holyrood urges unity in face of terror threat and possible backlash

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at FMQs at Holyrood

HOLYROOD’S leaders have urged people not blame any faith or community for the terror attack on Westminster, and unite around the shared values of democracy and the rule of law.

5:31pm Thursday 23 March 2017

Holyrood leaders unite against 'heinous' Westminster attack

Photo credit; Jane Barlow/PA Wire

Holyrood has united to "stand strong" against terrorism and division in the wake of the "heinous" attack on Westminster.

3:26pm Thursday 23 March 2017

Westminster speaks with one voice: the terrorists will never win

Calm and assured: PM insists Britain's "resolve will never waiver in the face of terrorism"

WESTMINSTER can often be a confrontational and cacophonous place but when it speaks with one clear defiant voice, it is a powerful force to behold.

1:28pm Thursday 23 March 2017

Holyrood delays vote on independence ballot after Westminster terror attack

Holyrood delays vote on independence ballot after Westminster terror attack

A Holyrood vote expected to back Nicola Sturgeon's calls for a second Scottish independence referendum has been put on hold following the terror attack in Westminster.

4:43pm Wednesday 22 March 2017

Nicola Sturgeon: Westminster blocking independence vote would be wrong

Nicola Sturgeon: Westminster blocking independence vote would be wrong

Nicola Sturgeon has insisted it would be "wrong, unfair and utterly unsustainable" for Westminster to deny Scotland a second independence referendum if MSPs back her call for another ballot to be held.

2:34pm Tuesday 21 March 2017

The truth about Trump's tower of lies

NASHVILLE, TN - MARCH 15: President Donald Trump speaks at a rally on March 15, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee. During his speech Trump promised to repeal and replace Obamacare and also criticized the decision by a federal judge in Hawaii that halted the la

On Wednesday night at the Municipal Auditorium in downtown Nashville, Donald Trump found respite from the strain of governing in the adulation of his fans. News channels don’t broadcast his whole speech live anymore, but he still appears happiest…

12:09am Sunday 19 March 2017

Tories may yet regret hubris

Tories may yet regret hubris

SO the Scottish Government is not being allowed to hold a referendum on Scottish independence. This process has been refused by the leader of the Conservative Party, which has just been fined £70,000 for alleged electoral fraud, sorry…

12:07am Saturday 18 March 2017

Westminster terror attack: Tributes paid to murdered police officer Keith Palmer

Westminster terror attack: Tributes paid to murdered police officer Keith Palmer

The bravery of murdered Pc Keith Palmer was hailed by colleagues, friends and the many MPs whom he was charged with protecting.

6:52am Thursday 23 March 2017
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