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Scotland joins minute's silence for Tunisia victims - BBC News

BBC NewsScotland joins minute's silence for Tunisia victimsBBC News"I hope that the families of James and Ann McQuire and Billy and Lisa Graham can take some comfort from the fact that right across Scotland people have come together to condemn these mindless acts and pay respects to their loved ones during today's ...Tunisia terror attack: Scotland falls silent to remember the victimsThe CourierTwo Scots couples remembered on day of commemorationHerald Scotlandall 75 news articles »

Ex-BBC Scotland presenter accepts job at the Daily Mail... or does he? - The Guardian

The GuardianEx-BBC Scotland presenter accepts job at the Daily Mail... or does he?The GuardianI think my move is a sign that Scotland is moving on and that it's time to go back to routinely denigrating our country and sneering at our people ? in case the next generation gets ideas of adequacy. When I get back from Europe ? the place the ...

Police Scotland taken to UN human rights commissioner over use of stop-and ... - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordPolice Scotland taken to UN human rights commissioner over use of stop-and ...Scottish Daily Record?Police Scotland have repeatedly failed to take steps to address the concerns the commission and others have raised. ?A review announced in February promised progress but, in reality, has not led to any tangible change. Unlawful stop and search ...Police Scotland refers stop-and-search practices to the UNHerald ScotlandPolice Scotland reported to UN over stop and search policystv.tvCommission raises stop-and-search concerns with United NationsBBC Newsall 12 news articles »

Scotland: Greig Laidlaw hints at World Cup captain decision - BBC Sport

ScotsmanScotland: Greig Laidlaw hints at World Cup captain decisionBBC SportGreig Laidlaw has hinted that a decision may already have been made on Scotland's World Cup captaincy. The Gloucester scrum-half led Vern Cotter's team during the autumn Tests and this year's Six Nations campaign. "I have spoken to Vern [about the ...Greig Laidlaw: Scotland must improve for World CupScotsmanGreig Laidlaw out to keep Scotland captaincy despite Six Nations debacleDaily MailScotland scrum-half Greig Laidlaw backs his credentials as captainSkySportsall 13 news articles »

Royal in Seat 4B! Prince William Flies Budget Airline to Scotland - TIME

TIMERoyal in Seat 4B! Prince William Flies Budget Airline to ScotlandTIMEEven wearing his normally-unseen eyeglasses, Prince William was easy to spot among passengers on a flight to Scotland last week. This wasn't a private flight: Rather, the future king, 33, took his seat on Ryanair, a budget airline headquartered in ...Prince William flies Ryanair to Scotland for his air ambulance trainingDaily MailPrince William takes budget airline to fly to Scotlandhellomagazine.comPrince Williams flies budget airline to Scotland for ambulance trainingAysorall 17 news articles »

Mystery of Scotland's vanishing blue tit chicks - Scotsman

ScotsmanMystery of Scotland's vanishing blue tit chicksScotsmanONE of the UK's favourite birds, the blue tit, could be harder to spot in cities across Scotland this summer after a disastrous breeding season. New research by Scottish scientists suggests a staggering 90 per cent of blue tit nests in urban areas ...and more »

Airbrushing Gaelic from Scotland's story - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandAirbrushing Gaelic from Scotland's storyHerald ScotlandFormer Deputy Chief Executive of the National trust for Scotland (NTS) Coinneach Maclean, is a Gaelic speaker from South Uist, who trained as an archaeologist. But also worked in deer farming, community business development and housing investment in ...and more »

Two Northern Ireland men caught in Scotland carrying suspected heroin - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphTwo Northern Ireland men caught in Scotland carrying suspected heroinBelfast TelegraphOne of the men is aged 41 from Magherafelt and a 30-year-old from Cookstown - they were arrested by Police Scotland officers in Cairnryan at the ferry terminal on July 2. Officers from the PSNI's Reactive and Organised Crime Branch have been liaising ...Two men from Northern Ireland caught with suspected heroin in ScotlandBelfast LiveScots and Irish police co-operate on drugs arrestScotsmanall 8 news articles »

Dramatic thunderstorm over Scotland - thunderstorm over south of Scotland is expected to experience similar conditions over the next 24 hours with hot and humid air arriving from the continent. Issuing a yellow weather warning, the Met Office said ?isolated, heavy and possibly severe? thunderstorms will ...Pictures of lightning storm from around ScotlandBBC NewsPictured: Lightning storm lights up Scotland's night sky with stunning images ...Scottish Daily RecordWeather: Lightning set to strike Scotland -Herald Scotland -Scotland Nowall 20 news articles »

David Cameron: English MPs will never be 'overruled' by those in Scotland again - Cameron: English MPs will never be 'overruled' by those in Scotland announcement will trigger a fresh battle with the SNP, which warned that the plans would "break the Union". They accused Mr Cameron of creating a "two tier" system of MPs which will relegate the role of those with constituencies in Scotland. Mr ...English law veto could lose support in ScotlandIrish TimesEnglish Votes for English Laws: Law Society of Scotland respondsScottish Legal NewsOpinion: What is the better of Evels for SNP?Herald ScotlandBBC News -Metro -Scottish Housing Newsall 150 news articles »

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