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Survey finds trust levels in Scottish Government down

Survey finds trust levels in Scottish Government down

Trust in the Scottish Government fell last year, according to new statistics from the Scottish Social Attitudes Survey.

5:47pm Friday 24 March 2017

Free tuition guarantee for EU students in Scotland extended until 2018-19

Free tuition guarantee for EU students in Scotland extended until 2018-19

European Union (EU) students enrolling in Scotland next year will have free tuition throughout their courses, the Deputy First Minister has announced.

2:28pm Friday 24 March 2017

Finish peace work started by Martin McGuinness, urges Bill Clinton

Finish peace work started by Martin McGuinness, urges Bill Clinton

FORMER US president Bill Clinton has made an impassioned plea for people to finish the peace building of Martin McGuinness.

11:49am Friday 24 March 2017

Nicola Sturgeon hails Herald for 'raising the profile' of old-age challenges

Nicola Sturgeon hails Herald for 'raising the profile' of old-age challenges

NICOLA Sturgeon has praised The Herald’s Grey Matters series as an “excellent contribution” to the debate on the implications of Scotland’s ageing population.

11:17am Friday 24 March 2017

Britain will not be cowed or defeated by terrorism, says Theresa May

Calm and assured: PM praised PC Keith Palmer, who died defending democracy, as "every inch a hero"

BRITAIN will not be cowed or defeated by terrorism, Theresa May has insisted as she condemned the terror attack on Westminster as “sickening”.

12:02am Friday 24 March 2017

Kenny MacAskill: SNP failure to address currency issue is becoming "laughable"

Kenny MacAskill.

NICOLA Sturgeon’s failure to be clear about the currency of an independent Scotland is becoming “not just lamentable but laughable”, a former SNP Cabinet Secretary has said.

11:07am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Letters: SNP's Growth Commission is surely on a mission impossible

A DROP IN THE OCEAN: Oil prices have fallen drastically since the predictions made by the Scottish Government in the 2014 independence campaign. Picture: Andy Buchanan – WPA Pool/Getty Images

12:07am Tuesday 21 March 2017

Kenny MacAskill: This Brexit Government is the gift that keeps on giving for SNP

Kenny MacAskill: This Brexit Government is the gift that keeps on giving for SNP

FOR the SNP, Theresa May’s Brexit Government is becoming the gift that keeps on giving. First, there was the cack-handed response to Nicola Sturgeon’s call for a second referendum. Now, the failure to even notify the Scottish Government about…

7:30am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Kenny MacAskill: This Brexit Government is the gift that keeps on giving for SNP

Kenny MacAskill

FOR the SNP, Theresa May’s Brexit Government is becoming the gift that keeps on giving. First, there was the cack-handed response to Nicola Sturgeon’s call for a second referendum. Now, the failure to even notify the Scottish Government about…

12:06am Wednesday 22 March 2017

SNP claims Tories "red-faced" over their criticism of Nationalist politicians appearing on pro-Kremlin channels

Counterattack: Salmond accuses Tory HQ of "total hypocrisy" over claims of pandering to pro-Kremlin channels

THE SNP has claimed the Scottish Conservatives have been left “red-faced” after they criticised Nationalist politicians for appearing on pro-Kremlin TV and radio channels only for a former Tory minister to have appeared on the same network too.

7:44pm Monday 20 March 2017
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