Scotland

ErskineSaysNo.

Once again, the residents of Erskine have voiced their discontent and opposition to the settlement of migrants in their vicinity. Over the last eight months, these admirable individuals have demonstrated immense grit and resilience in the face of adversity. Throughout this period, they have remained steadfast and unwavering. At the same time, the duplicitous politicians …

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Police Scotland to trial not investigating crimes.

Police Scotland have been blasted for running a pilot to not investigate some crimes, with one top cop claiming that it sets a “dangerous precedent.” David Threadgold, chairman of the Scottish Police Federation, also said it could lead to officers losing the public’s trust. The force had previously said it is trialling a “proportionate response to …

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A greener Dundee

Today, our team made a great effort towards preserving the environment by distributing 500 leaflets in Dundee to raise awareness about taking steps towards a greener future. Afterwards, they treated themselves to some protein shakes, followed by a weightlifting session. As nationalists, we believe in improving ourselves and our country.

Green Democracy

Democracy is our greatest value. That’s what we are constantly told anyway. This value, where the people get a say in how their nation is run, is supposed to be the cornerstone of our culture. We have sent men to die in foreign lands for this value. It’s something we have invaded other nations to …

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Council awards £1.4 billion contract as board member votes on the deal.

The Scottish Government has been asked to intervene after a North Lanarkshire Council held a secret meeting to award a £ 1.4 billion contract to a firm that has a board member as a councillor.The council held a meeting in private where officials voted on plans to award the Mears group a housing, repair and …

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Period dignity offer goes to court.

The employment tribunal hearing for Scotland’s first-period dignity officer will start next March and could last ten weeks. Jason Grant’s appointment sparked worldwide controversy last year, with critics saying the position should have gone to a woman. However, Mr Grant’s role was created to ensure the legal right to free period products in public places. …

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Cancelled father ted writer holds his fringe show outside the Scottish Parliament.

Defiant Graham Linehan went ahead with his comedy show outside the Scottish Parliament on Thursday night after it was cancelled twice by Edinburgh Fringe venues. The original venue, Leith Arches, had pulled out over the Father Ted creator’s views on transgender issues. Comedy Unleashed moved the sold-out gig to an outdoor stage at Holyrood when a second venue declined to host …

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Grooming cases at record high amid online safety laws delay

Thousands of online grooming crimes have been recorded while waiting for updated online safety laws. Campaigners are urging tech companies and MPs to back the Online Safety Bill and are calling for no more hold-ups. The bill aims to crack down on illegal content and has faced repeated delays and amendments. Children’s charity the NPSCC …

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