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The New Zealand Herald
Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon: Second Scottish independence vote 'highly likely'SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon said she could call a new independence referendum wi
Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon: Second Scottish independence vote 'highly likely'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon said she could call a new independence referendum within months. Scotland's first minister said a second vote in just two years on whether Scotland should leave the United Kingdom in now "highly likely" after Britain voted... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Alex Salmond raises prospect of new independence vote after UK Brexit splitFirst Minister Nicola Sturgeon has welcomed Scotland's "unequivocal" vote to st
Alex Salmond raises prospect of new independence vote after UK Brexit split
EveningTimes Online / Posted 19 hours ago
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has welcomed Scotland's "unequivocal" vote to stay in Europe after all 32 local authorities delivered a vote for Remain. But despite the vote, the country still faces having to exit the European Union (EU), after the... Read more
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20h
The New Zealand Herald
British PM David Cameron resigns after Brexit vote: 'I'll be gone by October'saw the Leave campaign triumph after stacking up votes across England and Wales
British PM David Cameron resigns after Brexit vote: 'I'll be gone by October'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 20 hours ago
saw the Leave campaign triumph after stacking up votes across England and Wales - despite massive support for Remain in Scotland and major cities including London. Bank of England governor Mark Carney moved to reassure panicking markets this... Read more
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22h
metro
Leave victory looks set to break up United KingdomThe viability of the United Kingdom has been thrown into doubt after Scotland a
Leave victory looks set to break up United Kingdom
metro / Posted 22 hours ago
The viability of the United Kingdom has been thrown into doubt after Scotland and Northern Ireland both voted to stay in the EU, but will be dragged out against the will of voters. Despite their vote for Remain being more decisive than the Leave... Read more
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23h
Daily Telegraph
SNP says Scotland 'sees its future as part of the EU' and Sinn Fein calls for vote on Irish unity after Brexit winshould be another ballot if there was a "significant and material" change in ci
SNP says Scotland 'sees its future as part of the EU' and Sinn Fein calls for vote on Irish unity after Brexit win
Daily Telegraph / Posted 23 hours ago
should be another ballot if there was a "significant and material" change in circumstances from the 2014 vote, such as Scotland being taken out of the EU against its will. Declan Kearney, Sinn Fein's national chairman, delivered a... Read more
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23h
Irish Examiner
Salmond raises prospect of new Scottish independence vote after UK Brexit splitraises prospect of new Scottish independence vote after UK Brexit split Friday
Salmond raises prospect of new Scottish independence vote after UK Brexit split
Irish Examiner / Posted 23 hours ago
raises prospect of new Scottish independence vote after UK Brexit split Friday, June 24, 2016 - 06:28 am Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon has welcomed Scotland's "unequivocal" vote to stay in Europe after all 32 local... Read more
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23h
metro
Strong hints that there's going to be another referendum in ScotlandNicola Sturgeon said it was clear the people of Scotland wanted to be in the EU
Strong hints that there's going to be another referendum in Scotland
metro / Posted 23 hours ago
Nicola Sturgeon said it was clear the people of Scotland wanted to be in the EU (Picture: PA) First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has welcomed Scotland’s ‘unequivocal’ vote to stay in Europe after all 32 local authorities delivered a vote for... Read more
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23h
Daily Mail
Now the demands begin for a second Scottish independence referendumNow Scotland demands independence: Nicola Sturgeon is 'quite certain' to stage
Now the demands begin for a second Scottish independence referendum
Daily Mail / Posted 23 hours ago
Now Scotland demands independence: Nicola Sturgeon is 'quite certain' to stage second referendum as raging Scots are 'dragged out of the EU against their will' All 32 local authorities in Scotland vote to stay in the European Union But Scotland is... Read more
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23h
Business Insider
The dominoes are starting to fall in Europe post Brexit... Scotland has spoken - and spoken decisively." Nicola Sturgeon, leader of t
The dominoes are starting to fall in Europe post Brexit
Business Insider / Posted 23 hours ago
... Scotland has spoken - and spoken decisively." Nicola Sturgeon, leader of the Scottish National Party takes part in the BBC Scotland leaders' debate on the first full day of campaigning for the Scottish Parliament elections in Glasgow,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Britain votes in EU referendumLONDON: Britain has voted to leave the European Union, according to forecasts b
Britain votes in EU referendum
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
LONDON: Britain has voted to leave the European Union, according to forecasts by the BBC, ITV and Sky News with almost all the results counted on Friday (Jun 24). With 304 out of 382 votes counted, Brexit was ahead at 52 per cent following... Read more
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The News and Star
Salmond raises prospect of new independence vote after UK Brexit splitFirst Minister Nicola Sturgeon has welcomed Scotland's "unequivocal" vote to st
Salmond raises prospect of new independence vote after UK Brexit split
The News and Star / Posted yesterday
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has welcomed Scotland's "unequivocal" vote to stay in Europe after all 32 local authorities delivered a vote for Remain. But despite the vote, the country still faces having to exit the European Union, after the Leave... Read more
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Northern Echo
Will Scotland be next?should be another ballot if there was a "significant and material" change in ci
Will Scotland be next?
Northern Echo / Posted yesterday
should be another ballot if there was a "significant and material" change in circumstances from the 2014 vote, such as Scotland being taken out of the EU against its will. After all the results north of the border were declared, Ms Sturgeon... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Salmond raises prospect of new independence vote after UK Brexit splitFirst Minister Nicola Sturgeon has welcomed Scotland's "unequivocal" vote to st
Salmond raises prospect of new independence vote after UK Brexit split
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has welcomed Scotland's "unequivocal" vote to stay in Europe after all 32 local authorities delivered a vote for Remain. But despite the vote, the country still faces having to exit the European Union, after the Leave... Read more
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heraldscotland
BBC footage of man of Christmas night out "breached his privacy"Service in Glasgow and the delays these call-outs caused to the service's respo
BBC footage of man of Christmas night out "breached his privacy"
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
Service in Glasgow and the delays these call-outs caused to the service's response to “genuine emergency” incidents. A BBC Scotland spokesman said: “We accept the ruling and believe, as does Ofcom, that there was genuine public interest in... Read more
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Scotsman
BBC broke OFCOM rules after filming man in ambulanceService in Glasgow and the delays these call-outs caused to the services’ respo
BBC broke OFCOM rules after filming man in ambulance
Scotsman / Posted 2 days ago
Service in Glasgow and the delays these call-outs caused to the services’ response to “genuine emergency” incidents. A BBC Scotland spokesman said: “We accept the ruling and believe, as does Ofcom, that there was genuine public interest in... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
Boss expects strong competitionthird. "I think Aberdeen are going to be stronger again. They have signed some
Boss expects strong competition
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 2 days ago
third. "I think Aberdeen are going to be stronger again. They have signed some good players, as have Hearts," Rodgers told BBC Scotland. "The other teams will always fight to make it very difficult. There is no way it is only going to be two... Read more
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heraldscotland
BBC Scotland cancels Scotland 2016 after losing late-night news show battlein 2011. Mr Smith, who grew up in Glasgow and studied at Glasgow University, t
BBC Scotland cancels Scotland 2016 after losing late-night news show battle
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
in 2011. Mr Smith, who grew up in Glasgow and studied at Glasgow University, told staff yesterday that a revamp of the BBC Scotland news operation would see a new weekly current affairs programme instead. The major decision over an hour-long... Read more
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Scotsman
BBC Scotland to axe Scotland 2016 as part of “new look” news operation BBC Scotlands headquarters at Pacific Quay in Glasgow. Picture: John Devlin M
BBC Scotland to axe Scotland 2016 as part of “new look” news operation
Scotsman / Posted 2 days ago
BBC Scotlands headquarters at Pacific Quay in Glasgow. Picture: John Devlin MANAGEMENT at BBC Scotland today outlined plans to revamp its news operation in order to focus on more... Read more
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heraldscotland
BBC Scotland to end Scotland 2016 programme, "toughen up" Reporting Scotland in news overhaulin 2011. Mr Smith, who grew up in Glasgow and studied at Glasgow University, t
BBC Scotland to end Scotland 2016 programme, "toughen up" Reporting Scotland in news overhaul
heraldscotland / Posted 3 days ago
in 2011. Mr Smith, who grew up in Glasgow and studied at Glasgow University, told staff yesterday that a revamp of the BBC Scotland news operation would see a new weekly current affairs programme instead. The major decision over an hour-long... Read more
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heraldscotland
BBC Scotland signals defeat in evening current affairs contest with STVin 2011. Mr Smith, who grew up in Glasgow and studied at Glasgow University, t
BBC Scotland signals defeat in evening current affairs contest with STV
heraldscotland / Posted 3 days ago
in 2011. Mr Smith, who grew up in Glasgow and studied at Glasgow University, told staff yesterday that a revamp of the BBC Scotland news operation would see a new weekly current affairs programme instead. The major decision over an hour-long... Read more
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express
SNP MP: Independent Scotland 'might ditch the pound for the Euro' after Brexit votethe Remain case alongside Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale, suggested Scotl
SNP MP: Independent Scotland 'might ditch the pound for the Euro' after Brexit vote
express / Posted 3 days ago
the Remain case alongside Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale, suggested Scotland could join the eurozone. During a BBC Scotland debate she said: "We would have to look at the situation at the time. We would need to look a the economic... Read more
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heraldscotland
EU referendum: Remain hopes rise as markets rebound but vote is still 'too close to call'her backing for an independent Scotland keeping the pound in recent days. Spea
EU referendum: Remain hopes rise as markets rebound but vote is still 'too close to call'
heraldscotland / Posted 3 days ago
her backing for an independent Scotland keeping the pound in recent days. Speaking during an EU referendum debate on BBC Scotland’s Reporting Scotland, Ms Cherry said there would be a “groundswell of support” for independence if Scots voted... Read more
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Scotsman
Nicola Sturgeon warns of Brexit’s impact on NHSmore in favour of Remain than other parts of the UK. Joanna Cherry, the SNP’s
Nicola Sturgeon warns of Brexit’s impact on NHS
Scotsman / Posted 3 days ago
more in favour of Remain than other parts of the UK. Joanna Cherry, the SNP’s justice and home affairs spokeswoman told a BBC Scotland television debate last night that a Brexit vote, while Scotland votes to stay in, would be a “material change”... Read more
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tribalfootball.com
NY Cosmos midfielder Kranjcar on verge of Rangers moveare back in the Scottish Premiership. The former Tottenham, Portsmouth, QPR an
NY Cosmos midfielder Kranjcar on verge of Rangers move
tribalfootball.com / Posted 4 days ago
are back in the Scottish Premiership. The former Tottenham, Portsmouth, QPR and Dynamo Kyiv player's lawyer Emil Zgur told BBC Scotland that a deal was in place for the 31-year-old, provided he passes the medical. "Niko is coming to Glasgow for a... Read more
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insidefutbol
Niko Kranjcar Poised For Rangers Medical This Weekthere for the next three seasons and managing an overall 72 Premier League appe
Niko Kranjcar Poised For Rangers Medical This Week
insidefutbol / Posted 4 days ago
there for the next three seasons and managing an overall 72 Premier League appearances scoring eleven goals. Speaking to BBC Scotland, Kranjcar's consultant, Emil Zgur, said that his client has been looking for a new opportunity and there can be... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
Midfielder determined to impresshaving being immediately loaned straight back to his former club. "I'm hoping
Midfielder determined to impress
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 7 days ago
having being immediately loaned straight back to his former club. "I'm hoping to hit the ground running," Christie told BBC Scotland. "We've got a lot of big games before the leagues starts, so it's important to impress the manager straight... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
McCall agrees terms with Bradford Citycurrently has a role as an assistant to Gordon Strachan with Scotland, but will
McCall agrees terms with Bradford City
EveningTimes Online / Posted 9 days ago
currently has a role as an assistant to Gordon Strachan with Scotland, but will give it up to return to club management. BBC Scotland have reported that the 52-year-old has agreed a deal to return to the club he led between 2007 and 2010. Read... Read more
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express
'They don't understand Brexiteers, we LOVE our country' Leave voter blasts RemainCampbell has claimed the "ugly" immigration rhetoric of Leave campaigners may p
'They don't understand Brexiteers, we LOVE our country' Leave voter blasts Remain
express / Posted 9 days ago
Campbell has claimed the "ugly" immigration rhetoric of Leave campaigners may permanently damage Britain. Speaking to BBC Scotland he said: "The language we are hearing is extremely ugly and the danger is that race relations in this country... Read more
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express
Lib Dem leader criticised after slamming Leave campaign's 'ugly' immigration rhetorictactics of Donald Trump and said race relations in the UK could be permanently
Lib Dem leader criticised after slamming Leave campaign's 'ugly' immigration rhetoric
express / Posted 10 days ago
tactics of Donald Trump and said race relations in the UK could be permanently damaged if the rhetoric is changed. He told BBC Scotland: "As the Remain side, we must robustly seek to promote the benefits that migrants from other parts of the EU... Read more
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heraldscotland
The Appin Murder: new study casts suspicion on a Campbell, not a Stewartand historians have argued for years over who actually fired the shot. Profess
The Appin Murder: new study casts suspicion on a Campbell, not a Stewart
heraldscotland / Posted 14 days ago
and historians have argued for years over who actually fired the shot. Professor MacInnnes added in an interview with BBC Scotland: "When an innocent man has been hanged for something he has had not dealings in, I don't think a pardon is... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Pat Nevin: Neil Lennon must get Hibernian promoted but he's a great fitas a pundit for the BBC, believes that the appointment will be mutually benefic
Pat Nevin: Neil Lennon must get Hibernian promoted but he's a great fit
EveningTimes Online / Posted 15 days ago
as a pundit for the BBC, believes that the appointment will be mutually beneficial for club and manager. Nevin told BBC Scotland: "He has to get them up that first season. I think he will. It is going to be a tough season ahead for Hibs.... Read more
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heraldscotland
Pat Nevin: Neil Lennon must get Hibernian promoted but he's a great fitas a pundit for the BBC, believes that the appointment will be mutually benefic
Pat Nevin: Neil Lennon must get Hibernian promoted but he's a great fit
heraldscotland / Posted 15 days ago
as a pundit for the BBC, believes that the appointment will be mutually beneficial for club and manager. Nevin told BBC Scotland: "He has to get them up that first season. I think he will. It is going to be a tough season ahead for Hibs.... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Nyatanga Backs Homeless World Cup TeamWorld Cup draw was held on May 23 at the iconic Glasgow City Hall. The draw was
Nyatanga Backs Homeless World Cup Team
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
World Cup draw was held on May 23 at the iconic Glasgow City Hall. The draw was hosted by sports reporter Eilidh Barbour of BBC Scotland and BT Sport. Scotland national team managers Anna Signeul and Gordon Strachan were on hand to draw teams,... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Still Game stars reunite for first script read through of new episodesTHE corridors at BBC Scotland have been echoing to the sound of laughter after
Still Game stars reunite for first script read through of new episodes
EveningTimes Online / Posted 15 days ago
THE corridors at BBC Scotland have been echoing to the sound of laughter after the cast of hit comedy show Still Game were reunited to read through the scripts for the first new TV episodes in almost a decade. Writers Ford Kiernan, Greg Hemphill and... Read more
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heraldscotland
Still Game stars reunite for first script read through of new episodesTHE corridors at BBC Scotland have been echoing to the sound of laughter after
Still Game stars reunite for first script read through of new episodes
heraldscotland / Posted 15 days ago
THE corridors at BBC Scotland have been echoing to the sound of laughter after the cast of hit comedy show Still Game were reunited to read through the scripts for the first new TV episodes in almost a decade. Writers Ford Kiernan, Greg Hemphill and... Read more
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express
15 BBC bosses earning more than the Prime Minister AND YOU’RE PAYING£400,000) GETTYFrom 2017 the BBC will reveal which stars are paid more than £4
15 BBC bosses earning more than the Prime Minister AND YOU’RE PAYING
express / Posted 16 days ago
£400,000) GETTYFrom 2017 the BBC will reveal which stars are paid more than £450,000 a year Ken MacQuarrie, director of BBC Scotland, £192,800 (basic pay £185,000) Rhodri Talfan Davies, director, BBC Cymru Wales, £167,800 (basic pay... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
Keeper ready for new challenge12th or 13th July. "We can't wait to get in and see how he wants the team set
Keeper ready for new challenge
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 17 days ago
12th or 13th July. "We can't wait to get in and see how he wants the team set up and how he wants us to play," Gordon told BBC Scotland. "That's the most exciting part of it - going into pre-season. Normally, you dread going back in, thinking it is... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
Celtic man waits on dealsince July 2010. "I want to stay, but the longer it goes on, you start to wond
Celtic man waits on deal
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 17 days ago
since July 2010. "I want to stay, but the longer it goes on, you start to wonder if it's going to happen," he admitted to BBC Scotland. "I've spoken to the manager and he wants me to stay, which is important for me. You want to feel... Read more
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insidefutbol
Brendan Rodgers’ Appointment Has Removed Pre-Season Dread Says Celtic StarNEWS STORIES: "It's a massive appointment, a huge name and a great track recor
Brendan Rodgers’ Appointment Has Removed Pre-Season Dread Says Celtic Star
insidefutbol / Posted 18 days ago
NEWS STORIES: "It's a massive appointment, a huge name and a great track record to be coming in with", he told BBC Scotland. "For me personally it's very exciting and I think the rest of the players are of the same mindset that we... Read more
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heraldscotland
Changing landscapes as new documentary charts 40 years of BBC's Landwarddays of tattie picking: a once popular activity that has all but disappeared in
Changing landscapes as new documentary charts 40 years of BBC's Landward
heraldscotland / Posted 18 days ago
days of tattie picking: a once popular activity that has all but disappeared in the years since Landward first appeared on BBC Scotland in 1976. McIlwraith recalls his own short-lived attempts aged 11 to make some extra pocket money. "I lasted a... Read more
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heraldscotland
Changing landscapes as new documentary charts 40 years of countryside magazine show Landwarddays of tattie picking: a once popular activity that has all but disappeared in
Changing landscapes as new documentary charts 40 years of countryside magazine show Landward
heraldscotland / Posted 19 days ago
days of tattie picking: a once popular activity that has all but disappeared in the years since Landward first appeared on BBC Scotland in 1976. McIlwraith recalls his own short-lived attempts aged 11 to make some extra pocket money. "I lasted a... Read more
19d
EveningTimes Online
Alan Stubbs claims Neil Lennon would be a good choice for Hibernianhis style would be the right for the job. "Neil has got great experience, he's
Alan Stubbs claims Neil Lennon would be a good choice for Hibernian
EveningTimes Online / Posted 19 days ago
his style would be the right for the job. "Neil has got great experience, he's obviously a good man-manager," Stubbs told BBC Scotland. "It tells you about the ambitions of the club and I'm sure Hibs will be talking to other high-profile... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
Rodgers can't wait to get startedback in and getting to meet all the players and talk through how we want to go
Rodgers can't wait to get started
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 20 days ago
back in and getting to meet all the players and talk through how we want to go forward," Rodgers told Celtic TV, reports BBC Scotland. "That's when the hard work begins. "It will be a long season, a hard season, but it will be really exciting,"... Read more
21d
Scotsman
Ian Rankin to conduct Rebus tour for Maggie’sevent includes venues such as Fettes College and the Edinburgh College of Art w
Ian Rankin to conduct Rebus tour for Maggie’s
Scotsman / Posted 21 days ago
event includes venues such as Fettes College and the Edinburgh College of Art while the Glasgow night walk will take in the BBC Scotland Head Office and the Gallery of Modern Art. Anne Macdonald, 58, who is taking part in the Edinburgh walk, was... Read more
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sportsmole
Strachan backing France for Euro 2016gets underway on June 10. "I imagine they would be the favourites, I can see w
Strachan backing France for Euro 2016
sportsmole / Posted 21 days ago
gets underway on June 10. "I imagine they would be the favourites, I can see why people would say that," Strachan told BBC Scotland. "But, I can also see why people don't want to face Italy, with their defence, and England, Germany and... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
Striker ready to go againthe Hoops' leading marksman is preparing for a new challenge. "Different manag
Striker ready to go again
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 22 days ago
the Hoops' leading marksman is preparing for a new challenge. "Different managers have different opinions," Griffiths told BBC Scotland. "The new manager will have his own philosophy and bring in new players but hopefully I'm in there. "If not... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
"I felt myself shutting down." Presenter Kaye Adams on dementia experimentand Practice and Dr Barbara Sharp, Policy and Research Advisor at Alzheimer Sco
"I felt myself shutting down." Presenter Kaye Adams on dementia experiment
EveningTimes Online / Posted 25 days ago
and Practice and Dr Barbara Sharp, Policy and Research Advisor at Alzheimer Scotland. Dr Sharp said: "We hope that the BBC Scotland programme will raise further awareness of dementia and its diverse impact on those living with the... Read more
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heraldscotland
"I felt myself shutting down." Presenter Kaye Adams on dementia experimentand Practice and Dr Barbara Sharp, Policy and Research Advisor at Alzheimer Sco
"I felt myself shutting down." Presenter Kaye Adams on dementia experiment
heraldscotland / Posted 25 days ago
and Practice and Dr Barbara Sharp, Policy and Research Advisor at Alzheimer Scotland. Dr Sharp said: "We hope that the BBC Scotland programme will raise further awareness of dementia and its diverse impact on those living with the... Read more
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29d
Orlando Sentinel
'Sunset Song' review: Terence Davies nimbly adapts beloved Scottish novelgloriously punishing surroundings of her corner of a fast-fading world, near Ab
'Sunset Song' review: Terence Davies nimbly adapts beloved Scottish novel
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 29 days ago
gloriously punishing surroundings of her corner of a fast-fading world, near Aberdeen. "Sunset Song" already received the BBC Scotland miniseries treatment, back in 1971. Now Davies, shooting his version in a variety of stunning landscapes he... Read more
29d
Scotsman
Arbroath hold on to record for football’s biggest ever winand the club’s chairman said he “absolutely delighted” they can continue to car
Arbroath hold on to record for football’s biggest ever win
Scotsman / Posted 29 days ago
and the club’s chairman said he “absolutely delighted” they can continue to carry the distinction. John Christison told BBC Scotland: “Obviously it’s a record we’re very proud of. Our thanks to Guinness for clearing that up, that’s tremendous... Read more
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