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Labour’s UK crisis will boost Yes vote

By John McAllion  We are now into the fourth year of a government that has arguably the worst record in office of any government...

Hammer blow to anti-independence campaign as UK credit rating downgraded

   The UK’s credit rating has been downgraded from AAA to AA1 by credit agency Moody’s. The announcement follows speculation that the much coveted triple...

Scottish Government calls for action after EU funding cut threat

  By Martin Kelly  The Scottish government has called for action after it emerged that Scotland is facing a huge cut in EU funding. The...

Scotland and rest of UK moving further apart over EU membership

  By Martin Kelly  The growing differences between Scotland and the rest of the UK over relations with the rest of Europe have been...

Alex Salmond responds to “disappointing” Washington Post editorial

  By a Newsnet reporter  First Minister Alex Salmond has responded to a recent editorial published by US based newspaper the Washington Post that...

UK Govt must ensure golden opportunity for Scotch beef not lost

  By a Newsnet Reporter  Scotland’s world renowned beef sector is currently facing both “massive opportunities” and “all too apparent” threats, say industry experts....

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...

UK Government’s nuclear plans close to meltdown

  By a Newsnet reporter The UK Government's nuclear energy plans were left close to meltdown last night following news that a Franco-Chinese consortium...

Prospects of healthier old age worsening for Scots

  By Bob Duncan Pensioners in the UK are living longer, healthier lives, according to a new report from the Office of National Statistics...

Labour slams English exam fiasco as UK government faces legal action...

By Bob Duncan The UK Government is facing legal action in the wake of the fiasco over changes to the marking of this year's...