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Theresa May more in touch with Scots than Nicola Sturgeon, Tories claim

Theresa May more in touch with Scots than Nicola Sturgeon, Tories claim

Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson has claimed Theresa May is more in touch with voters north of the border than Nicola Sturgeon after a new poll suggested the Conservatives could win eight seats in Scotland in the General Election.

12:42pm Friday 28 April 2017

Sturgeon warns of "heavy price" if more Tory MPs elected

Nicola Sturgeon poses with Alasdair Murray, 2, at the Bank Cafe in Neilston

SCOTLAND will pay a “heavy price” if more Conservatives are elected at the general election, Nicola Sturgeon claimed yesterday, as she campaigned in one of the Tories’ key targets.

12:11am Saturday 29 April 2017

Sturgeon's Brexit plan would have meant "significant disruption" to trade

Nicola Sturgeon and Michael Russell, October 2016

NICOLA Sturgeon’s plan for a bespoke Brexit would have caused “significant disruption” to business, the Brexit Secretary told SNP ministers in a previously secret rejection letter.

3:21pm Friday 28 April 2017

Fresh poll warning for SNP deputy leader Angus Robertson

Angus Robertson.

A NEW poll has identified SNP deputy leader Angus Robertson as a potential general election casualty, with his Moray seat among seven predicted Tory gains in Scotland.

11:13am Friday 28 April 2017

SNP minister's former wife urges vote for Greens not "cult"

Gail Lythgoe and Humza Yousaf

A FORMER leading Nationalist has urged people to vote for the Scottish Greens in the local election instead of a party with “cult-like voting habits”.

12:11am Saturday 29 April 2017

May insists Tory victory will 'strengthen Union' and let UK and Scotland flourish together

Stronger together: May visits Scotland to insist Tory victory will strengthen Union and Scottish economy

THERESA May will arrive in Scotland today, claiming that a Conservative victory on June 9 will “strengthen the Union” and see the Scottish economy flourish.

12:10am Saturday 29 April 2017

Can Glasgow's new Tories really make a breakthrough?

Picture Nick PontyVoters go to the polls for local council electionsConservative Councillor for Pollokshields ward David Meikle stand out Pollokshields Burgh Hall

THERE'S something a bit familiar about this group. Something about its youth and zeal, its sense of being organised and the smattering of accents from across Britain.

12:08am Saturday 29 April 2017

Catriona Stewart: When both lies and truth are nuanced

Catriona Stewart: When both lies and truth are nuanced

CURRENT political debate acts as a time machine to my playground days. “Liar, liar, pants on fire!”

1:16am Saturday 29 April 2017

Susan Swarbrick's week: Tumbling down the rabbit hole of PR cringe

Susan Swarbrick's week: Tumbling down the rabbit hole of PR cringe

THAT banshee-like scream followed by a thunder of feet was the sound of the United Airlines crisis management team running for the hills. The beleaguered US airline became embroiled in a fresh PR scandal this week after a rabbit, destined to become…

12:10am Saturday 29 April 2017

Holyrood rivals call on Nicola Sturgeon to set out next independence vote steps

Holyrood rivals call on Nicola Sturgeon to set out next independence vote steps

Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to set out her next steps on a second independence referendum before the General Election.

5:31pm Wednesday 26 April 2017
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