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Independent Scotland could be ‘sweet deal’ for the EU, says professor of law Jeff King

King said that the independence movement will be in the strongest position it has been for some time

AN independent Scotland could succeed in staying in the European Union, a leading constitutional expert has argued.

12:00am Wednesday 22 February 2017

Letters I: That’ll be the House of Lords out of hibernation

‘Sweet deal’: Jean-Claude Junker and Nicola Sturgeon

WHERE is the authority of democracy, as the country is gripped by the intervention of the House of Lords in the Brexit on goings ?

12:00am Thursday 23 February 2017

Alex Salmond in challenge to the Unionists: 'Where's your Vow noo?'

Alex Salmond in challenge to the Unionists: 'Where's your Vow noo?'

ALEX Salmond has urged Scots to ask Labour, the Tories and the Liberal Democrats what has happened to The Vow.

12:00am Monday 20 February 2017

Carolyn Leckie: The tabloids can keep their so-called British values

Jeremy Clarkson has said letting child refugees into the UK would be 'the right thing to do' ... but also the wrong thing to do

“THE louder he talked of his honour, the faster we counted our spoons,” was one of the many memorable lines penned by the 19th-century essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson.

12:00am Monday 20 February 2017

David Mundell tells MSPs to wait until after Article 50 is triggered for a reply to their Brexit proposals for Scotland

David Mundell insisted that Scotland will not remain in the EU when the UK leaves

THERESA May looks unlikely to respond to Nicola Sturgeon’s proposals for a separate Scottish Brexit deal until after the formal process of leaving the European Union has got underway, it has emerged.

12:00am Thursday 23 February 2017

Sir Ivan Rogers insists European leaders will not marry trade deal to UK divorce settlement

Sir Ivan Rogers expects major legal disputes over what Britain’s exit bill will be

THE EU 27 will play “hardball” with the UK during the forthcoming negotiations to leave the bloc, the UK’s former ambassador to Brussels warned MPs yesterday as he told them not to expect any new trade deal before 2022 at the earliest.

12:00am Thursday 23 February 2017

Letters II: Propoganda is about what is not published as much as what is

The prominence of the Rockall story on the BBC website makes Scotland's untapped oil and gas potential appear remote and too expensive to exploit

THE BBC website had a prominent story yesterday about oil near Rockall. It was propaganda intended to make people think that Scotland’s untapped oil and gas potential is remote and uneconomic. The existence of oil and gas in the Rockall area has…

12:00am Thursday 23 February 2017

Nicola Sturgeon advises senior SNP figures: Don’t call it ‘indyref2’

The First Minister said the referendum will be completely different to the first one

NICOLA Sturgeon has told senior allies in the SNP to refrain from using the term “indyref2”.

12:00am Wednesday 22 February 2017

House of Lords warned to respect referendum result as they debate Brexit Bill

Theresa May used her position as a Privy Counsellor to sit in on the start of the debate

PEERS were warned against disrespecting the EU referendum result, as they debated the Government’s Brexit Bill late into the night.

12:00am Tuesday 21 February 2017

Letters I: If Portugal can make a success of anti-austerity politics, why can't we?

The Portuguese Government has slashed the debt-heavy country’s budget deficit to its lowest level in more than 40 years

I AM struck by the fact that the Portuguese Government has slashed the debt-heavy country’s budget deficit to its lowest level in more than 40 years, despite warnings its anti-austerity policies could spell financial disaster.

12:00am Wednesday 22 February 2017
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