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Professor Richard Murphy: Why you can't rely on GERS figures to judge Scotland's financial state

Accurate data does not exist because the UK Government doesn't think Scotland is important enough to collect it

By Richard Murphy, Professor of Practice in International Political Economy at City, University of London

12:00am Tuesday 21 March 2017

Alyn Smith: The time has come for Scotland to make its own moves on the world stage

Winnie Ewing earned the title of 'Madame Ecosse' from European media as an MEP

STOP the world, Scotland wants to get on – a famous quote from the famous Madame Ecosse, Winnie Ewing.

12:00am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Nicola Sturgeon: Scotland’s future should be the people’s choice

Nicola Sturgeon said voters in Scotland should be given an alternative to Theresa May’s hard Brexit

NICOLA Sturgeon has said preventing Holyrood from holding an independence referendum before the UK leaves the European Union would be “democratically indefensible” if the move is backed by a majority of MSPs.

12:00am Tuesday 21 March 2017

Nicola Sturgeon: The people of Scotland must choose own fate and not have it imposed upon them

Nicola Sturgeon addressed Parliament during the first day of a two-day debate on a second independence referendum Photographs:  Jeff J Mitchell/Getty

THE people of Scotland should not have their fates “imposed upon” them, Nicola Sturgeon has told MSPs.

12:00am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Mervyn King says there are 'no major problems' on currency for an independent Scotland

The former governor of the Bank of England said Scotland could be an independent country

FORMER governor of the Bank of England Mervyn King has said he sees no “major problems” in Scotland being an independent country, though warned there would be consequences.

12:00am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Scotland alone in marking EU’s 60th anniversary since signing the Treaty of Rome

A concert celebrating 60 years of the EU takes place in the Italian Parliament

SCOTLAND will be the only part of the UK where ministers will celebrate the European Union’s 60th birthday this weekend.

12:00am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Women in sport: Scotland can enjoy sporting success – even in beach volleyball and cricket

Maureen McGonigle has been impressed by Scottish Cricket's new initiative

Country can reap benefit of new initiatives

12:00am Friday 24 March 2017

First Minister meets police and emergency advisers to assess the implications upon Scotland of assault

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has met security advisers over the attack in London

NICOLA Sturgeon was last night in discussions with senior police officers and security advisers to consider whether there were “any potential implications” to Scotland of yesterday’s terror attack in London.

12:00am Thursday 23 March 2017

A cliff-edge Brexit deal will be ‘stark, catastrophic and unavoidable’ for Scotland

One of the possible options, a 'cliff-edge Brexit' could have dire consequences for Scotland

THE people of Scotland should not have their fates “imposed upon” them, Nicola Sturgeon has told MSPs.

12:00am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Michael Fry: Scotland’s sense of nationhood IS palpable, just like the man said

Welsh MP Guto Bebb got the feeling while in Edinburgh that Scotland is no longer satisfied with being part of UK

AMID the pullulating Brexit-ScotRef hullabaloo, I’ve been impressed by the still small voice of Guto Bebb, MP for Aberconwy and junior minister at the Welsh Office. He may have a crazy name but he obviously has a sensitive soul, too, as befits a…

12:00am Tuesday 21 March 2017
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