Laszlo Andor, the EU Commissioner who last week claimed that the UK could develop a "nasty image" because of its attitude to immigration, provoked a predictable storm in England.
THE city of Glasgow and its residents are rallying around to support the victims' families and survivors of the Clutha tragedy.
SCOTLAND saluted the victims of Friday night's helicopter tragedy with a special service at Glasgow Cathedral in which children lit candles in memory of those who had died.
The names of four more people who died in the Glasgow helicopter crash have been released as officials said the search and rescue operation at the site has ended.
First Minister Alex Salmond has demanded a "guarantee" from the Prime Minister that Scotland's budget would not be slashed in the event of a No vote to independence, amid fears of a £4 billion cut.