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So much to celebrate, apart from emotional intoxication
Underbelly ditches Israeli fringe hip hop opera show
Independence to inflict 'huge damage' on rural Scots
NHS fears over number of elderly people living alone
NHS orders 17,000 obese children to go on diets
Estate agent sacked for anti-Jewish outburst
Scottish police hampered by massive IT mismatch
Clydesdale owner cutting UK ties with sale of troubled loans
Boost for independence: undecideds switch to yes camp
RAF base closure leads to a booming population rise
                      Commonwealth Games opens in Glasgow
Degree of success for Africans as white Scots least educated
Glasgow kicks off her baffies and welcomes the world
Alex Salmond under fire over Freedom City claim

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SCOTLAND'S FUTURE Your Guide to an Independent Scotland - November 2013 (PDF)
Outlook for Scotland’s Public Finances and the Opportunities of Independence - May 2014 (PDF)
UK Treasury's latest analysis on Scotland's Fiscal policy and sustainability - May 2014 (PDF)
London rule can't deliver a better Scotland - Alisdair Gray
Scots poll can give hope to the Left across Britain - Irvine Welsh
What happened in Quebec when they voted to stick with Canada
Why independence is on the minds of Scottish islanders
"Listen to man who wrote the book on oil when you were just three" Salmond tells Danny Alexander
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Orange Order vows march to save The Union will go ahead on 13th September
Closing ranks at Westmister: complacency at Holyrood?
Scottish independence could see sterling fall 10pc, says Morgan Stanley

World news on 30th July 2014
Business news on 30th July 2014
Pay rise for 150,000 after Yes vote, signals SNP Westminster is playing down potential oil cash - FT Mag
It's inhuman that Scots prisoners are denied a vote Cooperatives and mutuals could run railway franchises
EU may let Scotland in then close door to other states Ten year £1bn bill for keeping Trident nukes is revealed
'If it ain't broke don't fix it'  Barack Obama warns Scots ‘Scotland can’t lecture others on human rights’ - Yousa
Comical fears over English right wing shift after Yes vote SMEs 'could face price rises in separate Scotland'
Salmond shouldn’t bank on gold at the Glasgow Games How would Burns vote in independence referendum?
World news on 28th July 2014
Business news on 28th July 2014
World news on 27th July 2014
Business news on 27th July 2014
There must be no more buck-passing over Mikaeel Heatwave causes havoc for  communters and spectators
Alistair Darling warns of ‘Yes’ camp tricks at Holyrood Killers lose appeal bid to vote in independence vote
Scots convicts set free by prison bungles and mistakes Biggest No campaign donor accused over avoiding tax
Clarity over EU gives Yes campaign a boost Juncker ‘sympathetic’ to Scotland independence bid
Scottish independence ‘could be good for health’ Scotland could run out of cash just like Greece
Scotland's stop-and-search rate nine times that of NYPD Communist-style monitoring' of international students
World news on 25th July 2014
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World news on 23rd July 2014
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YES camp say that a swing of just five points is needed Police to doorstep Scots sex crime Persons of Interest
Concern over rise of chemical cosh kids doped by NHS Norovirus outbreak threatens Commonwealth Games
Labour supporters are being won over by Yes campaign Artists call for Fringe show from Israel to be cancelled
World news on 22nd July 2014
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World news on 21st July 2014
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World news on 20th July 2014
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Salmond warns of privatisation threat to NHS UK one step closer to leaving EU following re-shuffle
Scotland’s economic growth at new record level Blow for SNP as Juncker rules out EU expansion
No campaign accused of ‘dishonesty’ on EU Snowie Stooshie over brothers unpaid family loan
George Osborne's three questions for the SNP Scots’ fears of EU exit boost independence support
Labour claim 1m may lose jobs after independence In St. Andrews, a Heavy Knock on a Neighbor’s Door
Expert launches attack on quality of food in hospitals Tuition fees for English students illegal in iScotland?
World news on 18th July 2014
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World news on 17th July 2014
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Why was the Scottish Savile ignored? MacAskill anger at UK emergency data laws
Scots Councils plan to cut waste shrink refuse bins E-cigarettes used by many by school pupils
Horror of Scotland’s obesity epidemic - amputations Shipbuilding can thrive without Westminster naval orders
World news on 16th July 2014
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World news on 15th July 2014
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HMRC loses £50m court battle against Rangers Debate sparks new calls for English devolution
No intimidation by Yes camp says Scots Whisky boss Scots docs caught up in pH miracle cancer cure claims
Scotland’s first satellite UKube-1 launched into space Police tackle rising tide of online abuse and cyber crime

Trophy pictures
                  from Camp Bastion in 2012 and Eastern Syria 2014
British soldiers are in the firing line of 'opinion' as 'Trophy Pictures' appeared. They were taken at Camp Bastion in September 2012.
The middle images are from Eastern Syria last month, April 2014, Jound al-Aqsa militants in 'rebel held Eastern Syria' meted out treatment to one of seven soldiers they captured
. These have been ignored by mainstream media in the West.
Labour Party Falkirk Inquiry Report leaked to the Guardian
Edinburgh man Muhammad Asghar sentenced to death in Pakistan for blasphemy
Scotland secession could lead to re-Balkanisation of Europe - George Robertson
Halt called to Scotland's controversial end-of-life patients regime
‘The UK must continue down the road to becoming a federal nation’
Scotland's Future - White Paper November 2013 (12.3MB PDF)
Alice in Wonderland and the World Trade Center Disaster - book review by Will Banyon
The Savile Affair - Did David Icke Really Blow the Whistle on Jimmy Savile?
A Lesson In Whitewashing - The Anti-Semitism of A.K. Chesterton's The New Unhappy Lords

Thought provoking stuff
Some Poems by Tomas Transtromer Economists fiddle with theory as world burns
Facebook hate speech against women? Does the Big Society come with fries?
Pity children condemned to the care carousel Can Women Count on the UK?
The Teenage Brain Snobbery is a virtue
Fukushima - Japan's nuclear power triumph Mammy Mammy there's a nuclear monster out there
Dame Nancy Rothwell moves into action Twelve and counting...but which ones are they?
Is the Journal of Immunology stonewalling? Custodial sentence next for B-P?
Silvia Bulfone Paus: it was Elena and Vadim and the journal editors should have caught us
ThePigford Shakedown Unnatural Selection

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