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More Polls Show Electorate Blame Labour For Crisis

 ECONOMY...by Alex Porter As the UK's coalition government rolls out its austerity cuts opinion polls show that voters blame the last Labour government for...

Poll Shows Scots blame Labour for crisis

Labour are to blame for the crisis in Britain's economy according to an opinion poll published this week. The result was welcome news for...

Salmond – Only Independence can stop the Decade of Cuts

  Salmond throws down the gauntlet with stark choice facing Scotland. Decade of misery caused by Labour Independence the only alternative Full...

Public Services Cannot Survive Labour’s Deficit

The financial mess left behind by the Labour party is set to lead to swinging cuts to public services across Scotland as the Westminster...

Agreement Reached over Scottish Defence Jobs Threat

The Scottish government has announced that cross-party agreement has been reached in an attempt at protecting jobs threatened by the Tory-LibDem Government’s Strategic Defence...

Westminster’s welfare cuts will hit poor and cost Scottish jobs

  An SNP MP has accused the Conservative Lib Dem coalition of attacking the poor and vulnerable after a report by Scottish Poverty...

Agreement Closer on Scottish Defence Submission

A meeting called by the First Minister Alex Salmond in an attempt at creating a united front in the battle to save Scottish defence...

The Referendum Lifeboat

It’s a humiliating climb-down or a strategic masterstroke; a betrayal of loyal support or a pragmatic acceptance of parliamentary arithmetic.  You pay’s your money...

Sturgeon – It would be madness to cancel Carrier Projects

SNP Deputy Leader Nicola Sturgeon has claimed that cancellation of the contracts to build carriers on the Clyde and at Rosyth, given the amount...

A Nightmare on Elmer Street

The Sunday Herald this weekend led on predicted cuts to Scotland’s police forces. The story was based on claims from Les Gray, chairman of the...