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UK EU isolationalism biggest threat to Scotland say SNP

  By Bob Duncan  The determined isolationism and hostility towards the EU by Westminster is now becoming the biggest threat that Scotland faces to securing...

Herald editor accuses pro-independence “trolls” of spreading hatred

  By a Newsnet reporter The political editor of the Herald newspaper has accused online independence supporters of sending intimidating messages to journalists they...

Labour come under fire as convicted arsonist Watson re-admitted to party

  By a Newsnet reporter  The Labour party has been accused of showing no regard for the electorate after it emerged a convicted arsonist...

“Foolish” Curran makes basic Barnet blunder over 4G auction

  By G.A.Ponsonby  Labour have been accused of staggering  ignorance over the way the Barnett formula works after the party’s Shadow Secretary of State...

The BBC and the media – professionalism and ethics

  By G.A.Ponsonby  If I were to put to you that the vast majority of the journalists reporting on the independence debate were doing...

Boost for Scottish Government as Lord Advocate vindicates EU legal advice...

  By a Newsnet reporter The Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland, Scotland's senior law officer, has backed the Scottish Government over the issue of legal...

SNP dismiss as ‘hypocrisy’ Labour demands for Forth Bridge apology

   By Martin Kelly Demands by Scottish Labour that Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon apologise for “mistakes” made in the awarding of Forth Replacement Crossing...

As the rot sets in on Brand Britain – it’s time...

  By a Newsnet reporter  This weekend the latest shocking claims to engulf the BBC were made public when it was alleged that three...

BBC hit by new gang rape claim as Westminster drawn into...

  By Bob Duncan  Reggie Perrin star Leonard Rossiter, who died in 1984 aged 57, has become the latest celebrity to be named in...

Lamont comes under attack as Scottish Labour adopts pro-Trident line

  By Martin Kelly  Johann Lamont has been accused of preferring to spend billions on nuclear weapons instead of protecting Scotland’s most vulnerable. The accusation...