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Telegraph.co.uk

England won't put up with Scotland's behaviour for long
Telegraph.co.uk
Or rather, he unveils his proposal for providing the solution, once and for all, to the West Lothian question, the constitutional anomaly whereby Scottish MPs can vote on devolved issues in England, but English MPs cannot vote on devolved issues in ...
Ex-SNP councillor joins Green PartyHerald Scotland
The real story of the Scottish referendum: Britain on the brinkThe Guardian
Scottish Greens welcome elected politiciansHolyrood.com

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Scottish Daily Record

Police Scotland accused of waging war on motorists after crackdown sends ...
Scottish Daily Record
POLICE Scotland have been accused of waging war on motorists after figures showed a 14 per cent spike in driving offences convictions. More than 40,000 people were convicted as officers cracked down on speeding, not wearing a seat belt and parking ...
Police Scotland accused of picking on 'easy target' driversTelegraph.co.uk
Sex crimes convictions in Scotland soar by a fifthScotsman (blog)
Motoring convictions rise in first year of Police ScotlandMotoring Research
Herald Scotland
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BBC News

BBC Radio Scotland announces changes to its schedule
BBC News
They include Breaking The News, a new weekly satirical panel show with comedians and journalists recorded in front of a live audience. Elsewhere, Good Morning Scotland will be broadcast on Sundays and Newsdrive will be extended by 30 minutes every ...
BBC Radio Scotland programme MacAulay and Co set to end after 17 years on airScottish Daily Record
Your Noon Briefing: Schedule changes for BBC Radio Scotland, Allan Little, etcallmediascotland.com (press release)
BBC Scotland axes Fred Macaulay showChortle
Herald Scotland
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Scottish Daily Record

Unemployment in Scotland falls to five-year low as number of women in work ...
Scottish Daily Record
Overall unemployment in Scotland is now 44,000 lower than it was a year ago, with 156,000 people out of work over the period August to October. There was a slight drop in the number of people in work, down 3,000 over the three months, but the ...
Unemployment in Scotland falls by 11000 to 156000 in three monthsstv.tv
Record Number Of Women In WorkHeart

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Daily Mail

We'll block powers for Scotland unless we get English home rule: Warning from ...
Daily Mail
English MPs will refuse to back further devolution to Scotland unless their 'second class' status is addressed by a system of 'English votes for English laws', a Tory grandee warned yesterday. Lord Heseltine predicted a revolt against giving Holyrood ...
Hague unveils English votes for English laws proposals at Westminsterstv.tv
British lawmaker proposes 'English votes for English laws' planLos Angeles Times
Hague Sets Out Options to Stop Scots Voting on English LawsBloomberg
Reuters UK -The Conversation UK
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New schedule for BBC Radio Scotland
BBC Radio Scotland's schedule is changing next year to bring more news, debate and analysis, comedy and a new weekly music show.

Scotland's Marriage Equality Starts Today
It took decades of struggle, campaigning, and coalition-building by equal marriage activists and supporters to reach today's historic celebrations and nuptials. read more

Scots NHS staff 'feel more positive'
NHS staff in Scotland are feeling more positive about the health service than they were a year ago, according to an annual survey.

How Scotland merged its police forces
The lessons learned from the creation of Police Scotland

Tax agency 'on track' despite concern
The head of Scotland's new tax collection agency says it is "on track" to be fully up-and-running on time, despite concerns from auditors.

Police Scotland accused of picking on 'easy target' drivers
New figures show a 14 per cent increase in the number of motoring convictions during the first year of operations for Scotland's new national police force, while the figure for homicides dropped 20 per cent.

New Scottish leader Sturgeon holds first meeting with Cameron
London (AFP) - Scotland's new first minister Nicola Sturgeon met British Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday for the first time since taking office, with the two discussing the further devolution of powers.

England won't put up with Scotland's behaviour for long
Do the people and politicians of Scotland honestly think they can continue demanding a series of referendums in perpetuity, asks Dan Hodges

VIDEO: Is Scotland's FOI law effective?
There are concerns whether Scotland's Freedom of Information law is still fit for purpose.

Scotland?s economic growth slowing - BoS report
Scotland?s economy is ?growing but slowing?, a new report suggests.