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2014/09/30 14:24
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If last week’s Labour party conference had a buzzword, it was devolution. As the issue of the moment following the Scottish referendum, MPs were quick to include it in speeches, many a fringe event...
2014/09/30 14:24
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2014/09/26 23:37
2014/09/26 23:37
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George Osborne announced last year that the newly unemployed would have to wait a full week before making a claim rather than the current three days. The move will trim about £50m from welfare...
2014/09/26 15:06
2014/09/26 15:06
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No supporter Joanna Baxter cries as Scotland rejects independence, despite the Yes campaign winning a majority in Glasgow. There has been a lot of talk about reconciliation. The country I live in is...
2014/09/25 10:08
2014/09/25 10:08
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IT'S been an enormous privilege to serve as Deputy First Minister of Scotland during such an exciting chapter in our nation’s history. I met inspiring people campaigning on both sides of the debate,...
2014/09/25 09:24
2014/09/25 09:24
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In his introduction to The Coalition Book, his newly published collection of cartoons, Martin Rowson quotes the great David Low: “Politicians are merely waxworks; it’s the cartoonists who bring them...
2014/09/24 15:46
2014/09/24 15:46
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GORDON Brown’s prediction that there will be “a modern form of Scottish home rule” within a federal UK is the benchmark the Scottish Government will aim for in the forthcoming negotiations over more...
2014/09/22 23:16
2014/09/22 23:16
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British Prime Minister David Cameron makes a statement to the media about Scotland's referendum results. Photo / AP British Prime Minister David Cameron has sought to limit the divisive political...
2014/09/22 09:18
2014/09/22 09:18
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Monday 22nd September 2014 | 09:16 Waugh Room Memo. Miss it, miss out. Those of you who subscribe to the Waugh Room Memo already get a daily insider briefing on what's moving in Westminster,...
2014/09/22 06:12
2014/09/22 06:12
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Around 1000 people gathered for the Church of Scotland event at St Giles' Cathedral on Edinburgh's historic Royal Mile. Scotland's Finance Secretary John Swinney, Labour's shadow foreign secretary...
2014/09/21 04:42
2014/09/21 04:42
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The makeshift sign at the roundabout on the outskirts of the Highland capital of Inverness has all the jaunty optimism of a referendum race still to be run: "Happy Thursd-aye," it declares. Except...
2014/09/19 23:42
2014/09/19 23:42
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Published at 07:36, Wednesday, 18 December 2013 EVERYBODY’S talking about rural bus services – and their voices are getting louder. The 685 bus, which runs between Newcastle and Carlisle, arrives in...
2014/09/19 04:14
2014/09/19 04:14
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FALKIRK delivered a huge blow to Yes Scotland early today when it voted solidly No. It followed a triple-whammy of bad declarations for Yes in Midlothian, East Lothian and Stirling. They were...
2014/09/19 04:14
2014/09/19 04:14
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While “I’m not counting my chickens” until the results are out, “it does look like we have secured a ‘no’ vote,” Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander says in Sky News interview. * A “no”...
2014/09/18 22:03
2014/09/18 22:03
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A man wanted in a 2013 hit-and-run was arrested Wednesday during a traffic stop in Beaufort County. Danny Alexander Zuniga Torres is charged with hit and run resulting in death, Jennifer Timmons with...
2014/09/18 19:37
2014/09/18 19:37
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... optimistic. We’re striking a blow for a free society,” said Mr Findlay, 43, who has been wearing his kilt all week on his postal round in the Highland city of Inverness. “There has been a great...
2014/09/18 06:13
2014/09/18 06:13
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Employment rose by 45,000 in three months from May to July to stand at 2,623,000 - a rise of 87,000 on the same time last year. Meanwhile, both sides of the independence debate claimed the figures as...
2014/09/17 20:42
2014/09/17 20:42
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David Cameron is to make a televised address in Downing Street early on Friday morning, shortly after the results of the Scottish referendum are declared, to try to calm the political atmosphere,...
2014/09/17 17:18
2014/09/17 17:18
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Scuffles broke out and insults were hurled yesterday as the battle for Scotland's future descended into its most acrimonious day of political fighting. Two polls by ICM and Opinium both showed the No...
2014/09/17 15:42
2014/09/17 15:42
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... has fuelled such vitriol amongst Yes campaigners that we are now seeing intimidation and a growing anti-English sentiment,” he wrote on Twitter. “We are also seeing the sort of abhorrent...
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2014/09/17 12:24
2014/09/17 12:24
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Shadow employment minister Stephen Timms said: "Pay excluding bonuses today is the lowest on record. Under this government wages after inflation have already fallen by over £1,600 a year since 2010,...
2014/09/30 14:24
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