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Exclusive: Sacked ministers to get £250,000 tax-free - Telegraph

Exclusive: Sacked ministers to get £250,000 tax-free - Telegraph | UK politics | Scoop.it
The first ever full-scale reshuffle of the Coalition will cost the taxpayer more than £250,000 in tax-free redundancy pay-outs, The Daily Telegraph can disclose.

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Growing support for Scottish independence ... in England

The introduction of devolution in Scotland and Wales and its re-introduction in Northern Ireland was one of the major achievements of the Labour government.

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Lamont must apologise for smear after basic errors | Scottish National Party

Lamont must apologise for smear after basic errors | Scottish National Party | UK politics | Scoop.it

Labour leader Johann Lamont is facing demands to apologise this evening after attempting to smear prominent Scottish businessman John McGlynn and getting basic facts wrong at First Minister’s Questions today (Thursday).

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Support for Scottish independence falls to lowest level this year

Support for Scottish independence falls to lowest level this year | UK politics | Scoop.it
After an SNP poll put the Yes campaign ahead, a new TNS BRMB survey puts backing for independence at just 25% compared to 47% who would vote against.

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Glasgow's 'EastEnders' accent shows the ties that bind across the border

Glasgow's 'EastEnders' accent shows the ties that bind across the border | UK politics | Scoop.it
Shelagh McKinlay: If Glaswegians are aping the intonation of inner-city Londoners, it's because they identify with them. That's something the pro-independence lobby is going to have to address

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