Scotland: Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. Although Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, Edinburgh is the capital city.
 


Results for Scotland

  • Scotland is not a country

    Almost two-thirds of voters in Scotland opted to remain in the EU, a democratic decision totally ignored by Westminster. And the SNP were elected on a mandate to deliver a second i...
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  • Scotland Office accused of dodgy graphs by SNP

    In a brief sent to the BBC, seen by The National, the SNP party say a graphic given to the broadcaster by David Mundell’s department used a very specific time scale, showing one me...
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  • Scotland's Date With Destiny (facebook)

    A closed group on Facebook

  • Scotland's Independence Referendum Party

    Educated at Edinburgh University, Mark R. Whittet (LLB, BA) – Leader of Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party – resides in Edinburgh West.

  • Scottish devolution powers 'watered down', claims SNP

    Westminster's plans to hand new powers to Scotland have been "significantly watered down", according to the Scottish National Party.
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  • Scottish economy rebounds 1Q 2017

    Scotland's economy rebounded in the first quarter of this year, boosted by growth in production and services. Official figures showed GDP grew by 0.8%, having shrunk by 0.2% in th...
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  • Scottish National Party

    The SNP is a social democratic political party committed to Scottish independence. The party has been at the forefront of the campaign for Scottish independence for over seven dec...

  • Scottish Socialist Party

    The Scottish Socialist Party was founded in 1999 and stands for an independent socialist Scotland, a modern democratic republic.

  • SNP must collaborate with SIRP

    Hard Tory Brexit will hit Aberdeen and Edinburgh economies twice as hard as rest of UK – so SNP must collaborate in progressive alliance with Scotland’s Independence Referendum Par...
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  • SNP Scottish victory ‘a vote against austerity’ - Sturgeon

    Nicola Sturgeon insists yesterday’s vote in Scotland was an “overwhelming vote against continued austerity,” following a landslide victory for the SNP north of the border.
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