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2015/02/26 18:09
2015/02/26 18:09
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The new Commission on Local Tax Reform - which features input from all the main political parties apart from the Conservatives - has not been tasked with providing a specific recommendation for the...
2015/02/26 18:09
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2015/02/22 01:09
2015/02/22 01:09
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... Stephen House's Police Scotland hindering Murray's request for statistics and tying release of the data to getting "permission" for its use. - The Government wanting the removal of unflattering...
2015/02/20 23:08
2015/02/20 23:08
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SCOTTISH Labour joined forces with football’s governing body and fans yesterday to back booze being returned to matches. All agreed having a beer at the match would bring the national game in line...
2015/02/20 15:12
2015/02/20 15:12
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Mr Murphy convened a summit of football clubs and authorities at Hampden Park in Glasgow and said he was surprised to learn that many football clubs already serve drinks. The summit heard about the...
2015/02/19 17:09
2015/02/19 17:09
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To get to the facts, Labour's Kez Dugdale began FMQs by asking Nicola Sturgeon if the provision was better or worse than in England. Ms Sturgeon admitted it wasn't yet good enough, but it was...
2015/02/19 01:09
2015/02/19 01:09
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However, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg had all but ruled out a deal with the Nationalists just weeks previously, sparked anger among the party hierarchy. Scottish Liberal Democrat Leader Willie...
2015/02/16 01:09
2015/02/16 01:09
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The figure is more than the £30 billion of "fiscal consolidation," or cuts, that Chancellor George Osborne says is necessary over the next few years. Citizens Advice Scotland said that they saw...
2015/02/14 14:45
2015/02/14 14:45
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SCOTTISH Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has called for the publication of correspondence between the head of Police Scotland and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) on stop and search...
2015/02/12 01:45
2015/02/12 01:45
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MILLIONS of pounds in taxpayers’ cash is still being paid out in bonuses by public bodies across Scotland despite an ­official government policy to end them. Almost £7 million in payouts were made...
2015/02/12 01:09
2015/02/12 01:09
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Ms Sturgeon said that extra spending was necessary to boost the economy and ensure fairness. But the Scottish Conservatives said that the SNP had moved on from trying to "break up Britain, now it...
2015/02/10 00:45
2015/02/10 00:45
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A NEW £100 million-plus fund to drive up classroom standards in Scotland’s poorest areas has been unveiled by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. The four-year scheme will be aimed at improving health...
2015/02/09 23:09
2015/02/09 23:09
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PUPILS from the poorest parts of Scotland will be helped to meet their potential through a new £100million fund. The focus on standards in reading and counting draws on the successful London...
2015/02/08 14:09
2015/02/08 14:09
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The letter, obtained by Scottish Labour, also states that HMRC is working with the Scottish Government to look at whether the tax collection body can be given access to NHS Scotland data to help...
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2015/02/07 00:45
2015/02/07 00:45
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THE Scottish Government is facing calls to pass laws in Scotland to outlaw consensual stop-searches amid growing concerns that Police Scotland cannot be trusted to end the practice. A civil liberties...
2015/02/06 07:47
2015/02/06 07:47
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The families of those killed in the Glasgow bin lorry crash have taken devastated driver Harry Clarke into their hearts. Relatives of the victims backed the 58-year-old after he broke his silence in...
2015/02/05 17:09
2015/02/05 17:09
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Impossible to forecast or prepare for, this random nightmare arrives in their world with a icy blast and descends on the wards like a wolf on the fold. As luck would have it, winter struck again in...
2015/02/02 23:09
2015/02/02 23:09
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Willie Rennie, the Scottish Liberal Democrat leader, accused the pair of “making it up as they go along”, claiming that Labour was the party most resistant to transferring welfare powers when the...
2015/02/02 00:45
2015/02/02 00:45
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THE chairman of Scotland’s police watchdog claimed expenses for attending the funerals of the officers killed in Glasgow’s Clutha helicopter crash. Vic Emery, who earned £90,000 last year for leading...
2015/01/27 17:10
2015/01/27 17:10
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But Mr Swinney soon switched to "bad cop", attacking some of the less "credible" aspects of the clauses and describing opposition claims of benefit as "baloney". The SNP has pledged to take...
2015/01/27 10:45
2015/01/27 10:45
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SCOTLAND’S political parties are issuing some of their key messages to voters today with 100 days to go until the general election. The SNP’s depute leader Stewart Hosie said backing the party on May...
2015/02/26 18:09
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