Tuesday, October 17, 2017
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After insanity on the streets, we have insanity on the bench

by Kenneth Roy  One of the most shocking cases to come before a Scottish court in recent years involved the torture of a 14-year-old girl...

Minimum pricing Bill set to be re-introduced

By a Newsnet reporter  The Scottish government has announced its intention to re-introduce the Bill for minimum price per unit alcohol. The flagship policy, supported...

Disadvantaged students: Lack of Scottish / English evidence means no firm...

By Plain Old John Robertson Are the disadvantaged in Scotland actually less likely to enter higher education than the disadvantaged in England? UCAS admit they...

Thatcher aide is Cameron’s adviser on Scotland

By a Newsnet reporter Last month David Cameron appointed Andrew Dunlop as his new adviser on Scotland.  Mr Dunlop was hurriedly given the...

SNP votes will achieve progress for Scotland says Sturgeon

by G.A.Ponsonby Scotland’s deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said that only positive policies will ensure the best possible future for Scotland. Speaking...

Phantom Power Films launch arts and politics pilot for pro-indy Scotland

Pro independence group Phantom Power have launched their promised arts and politics magazine show PERSPECTIVE. Newsnet.scot is proud to present the pilot show today. We plan...

Lockerbie: First Minister responds to latest US communications

First Minister Alex Salmond has today replied to the letter from Senator Menendez of July 29. This follows the First Minister's previous letter to...

Organisation slams “grave robber” Labour MSP over Riggi remarks

Scotland’s national home education organisation Schoolhouse has strongly condemned Labour MSP Duncan McNeil’s attack on home education in the wake of the tragic Riggi...

Action demanded as anger mounts over fuel price increases

By a Newsnet reporter  The SNP are demanding the UK government freeze fuel duty “as a minimum” as public anger mounts over the cost...

Darling calls for immediate referendum

Former chancellor Alistair Darling has urged the Scottish Government to hold an immediate independence referendum claiming that a delay will stoke resentment against Westminster.Mr Darling, who...