A DRUNKEN Rangers fan, who posted a threatening message about Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon on Twitter, after hearing that the then First Minister supported Hearts, has been ordered to perform 140 hours of unpaid work within six months under a...
Prime minister launches aggressive pre-election attack on the two parties, saying they have ‘booked a honeymoon – probably in North Korea’ David Cameron has accused Labour and the Scottish National party of preparing for a “honeymoon in North...
The SNP is today welcoming further details from the most recent Survation poll showing that the SNP is now more popular amongst women than men.
The poll published in the Daily Record shows that SNP support for the General Election stands at 46.1 per cent amongst women – compared to 44.6 per cent amongst men. For the Scottish Parliament, SNP support amongst women stands at 50.6 per cent – while support amongst men stands at 46 per cent.
THE public will be told how many routine operations have been cancelled due to pressure facing the NHS as part of reforms that ministers claim will make the health service in Scotland among the most transparent in the world.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has today (Tuesday) called on Jim Murphy to return to the hospital which he visited yesterday and apologise to staff after his party were “caught red-handed fiddling waiting times figures”.
Yesterday Labour issued a press release criticising NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde for allegedly cancelling four times as many operations as their counterparts in England.
Unsigned 1903 contribution to raise money for bridge in Scottish borders believed to have come from the pen of their ‘guest of honour’ and frequent visitor A mystery that might have intrigued the great detective himself has unfolded in Scotland...
The SNP reported just £5,000 in private donations in the final three months of 2014, a figure dwarfed by the millions taken in by Labour and the Conservatives as the party's sought to build their war chests before May's General Election.
The last remnants of the hated Poll Tax in Scotland have been consigned to history after the Scottish Parliament passed a law abolishing remaining Poll Tax debts.
Following a surge in voter registration during the referendum, several councils began to indicate that they would use the new data to pursue ancient unpaid poll tax debts – a move that would act as a barrier to democratic participation.
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