Tuesday, July 17, 2018
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Labour to target benefits claimants

  Labour are threatening to cut the benefits of the long term unemployed in a move designed to reduce public spending.   ...

Labour’s Scottish campaign in chaos as ‘twittergate’ engulfs party

  The sacking of Scottish Labour candidate Stuart MacLennan after his abusive twitter messages were exposed has raised serious questions regarding the judgement of...

‘Irrelevant’ SNP closing in

  The first ‘snapshot’ of the election campaign has shown Labour with a reduced lead over the SNP.   An Angus...

Outrage at anti-Salmond facebook site

A facebook site attacking Alex Salmond has caused outrage after it was found to contain abusive and obscene comments targeting the Scottish First Minister....

Here is the non-news

Kenneth Roy Reevel Alderson's touching feature for BBC Scotland, 'The Night Glasgow Burned', commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Cheapside fire, was reasssuring on...

Labour attacked over fuel prices

The SNP have accused Labour of dropping alcohol tax plans because they feared a voter backlash in England and further attacked the London based...

Labour attacked after dropping alcohol tax plans

  Labour have been forced onto the back foot in Scotland after suddenly announcing that they had dropped recently announced plans to tax cheap...

The BBC – A licence to kill … free speech

{jcomments on}In November last year Newsnet Scotland published a story in our then monthly newsletter in which we revealed that a private apology that...

Ordinary, middle-class Mr Brown

Kenneth Roy In the battle for ordinariness, the prime minister has struck the first blow. Although he stopped short of describing himself as...

Now on BBC1 the election – except for viewers in Scotland

  They’re off, the phoney war is over, they’re out of the traps .... these and every other cliché you can think of have...