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Brown blames cleaner’s wages for £12,000 expenses payback

Gordon Brown yesterday complained that paying his cleaner more than the minimum wage was the reason he had to pay back £12,000 in expenses.......

Scrap Trident say former generals

SNP defence spokesman Angus Robertson today (Wed) welcomed the call by a group of retired senior generals for the scrapping of the proposed replacement...

Scotland denied access to Fishing talks

An SNP election candidate has called for Scotland to be involved in discussions on the future of the EU Common Fisheries Policy.... ...

Avoiding taxes. Avoiding questions

Kenneth Roy A few weeks ago, SR exposed the tax avoidance scheme at Caledonian MacBrayne, which employs most of its crew (around 650) in...

They haven’t gone away

Kenneth Roy Many of the expenses culprits will still be around on 7 May. But the scandal remains the great unspoken of this election.There...

Jim Murphy calls long term unemployed ‘Slackers’

Labour’s Jim Murphy has described some long term unemployed people who survive on benefits as “slackers” who don’t want to work.... ...

Fury at Brown as Royal Navy Rescue descends into chaos

There was increasing anger today at the chaos and confusion that has engulfed the heavily publicised ‘Royal Navy rescue’ of British holidaymakers stranded abroad.......

Scotland – the political Atlantis

“The spirit of Dunkirk has gripped the nation. The country has found a politician it likes even more than Winston Churchill, according to one...

Jim Murphy campaign photo ‘doctored’

A campaign photo of Labour’s Jim Murphy has been ‘doctored’ in order to lighten his looks on election leaflets it has emerged.... ...

Stand together, stand tall

On Tuesday in the Scottish parliament the Justice Committee voted in favour of sending anyone carrying a knife to jail for six months.... ...