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Thousands attend Anti-Bedroom Tax rally in Glasgow

  By Angela Haggerty  The Scottish Anti-Bedroom Tax Federation is "building an army of resistance" to fight potential evictions under the coalition government policy,...

Former News of the World Scotland editor Bob Bird charged over...

By a Newsnet reporter Bob Bird, the former News of the World Scotland editor has been charged with perverting the course of justice...

Eight face charges over phone hacking scandal

By Andrew Barr A total of eight people including Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson have been charged in relation to the phone hacking scandal,...

Sheridan trial – Coulson charged with perjury

By a Newsnet reporter Andy Coulson, David Cameron's former director of communications and former editor of the News of the World, was arrested and charged...

Sheridan case – Andy Coulson facing perjury charges

By a Newsnet reporter Andy Coulson, the former News of the World executive and media adviser to Prime Minister David Cameron, has been detained...

Calls for Labour to apologise for ‘ill founded honours smear’

by a Newsnet reporter  The SNP MP who sparked the cash for honours inquiry, Angus MacNeil, has called on Labour to apologise over smears...

The inside story of Scotland’s demoralised prison service

by Kenneth Roy The news from Tommy Sheridan, who has entered his third calendar month of imprisonment, tells us more about the Barlinnie regime...

The judge showed humanity. Elsewhere, the viciousness was breathtaking to behold

by Kenneth Roy Lord Bracadale's speech in the High Court yesterday was one of the more admirable delivered from the Scottish bench in recent...

Why the Sheridan case may return to haunt Scottish justice

Kenneth Roy On 26 January, unless the unexpected happens, Tommy Sheridan will enter the Scottish prison system. On arrival, he will be taken to...