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The long reign of Queen Elizabeth II was marked by her strong sense of duty and her determination to dedicate her life to her throne and to her people.
Forget Scottish independence — in the Outer Hebrides, they just want a working ferry service
Government mismanagement of Scotland’s ferry system risks cutting off islanders’ lifeline.
UK PM Candidates Dismiss New Scottish Independence Referendum
At the hustings in Scotland, both Rishi Sunak and Lizz Truss ruled out granting another independence referendum if they become prime minister.
Covid in Scotland: No need to panic despite virus surge, says expert
A leading Covid expert has said the rising number of virus cases was putting the NHS under strain but should not be a cause for panic.
Scottish independence: yes activists regroup amid rows over strategy
Grassroots groups prepare for action after second referendum date announced, but Scottish public remains divided
Covid cases increase by more than 30% in Scotland
The number of Covid cases in Scotland has increased by more than 30% in the last week, according to new figures.
Scottish independence: Will there be a second referendum?
Nicola Sturgeon has launched a fresh campaign for Scottish independence.
USVI Governor Albert A. Bryan Jr announces re-election bid
With an estimated 600 people or more gathered at the Bryan-Roach campaign headquarters on St. Croix filled with enthusiasm, Governor Albert A. Bryan and Lieutenant Governor Tregenza A. Roach announced their bid for reelection Tuesday nig...
Covid caution urged as Scots gather for Easter
A leading public health expert has urged people to keep following Covid-19 advice over the busy Easter weekend.
Big news: Dignity and Honesty found in the UK government! Justice minister resigns over No. 10 Partygate revelations
A British Minister, in a very rare moment of integrity, against the charlatanry and criminality that characterises the Boris & Sunak government: David Wolfson says the behaviour of Boris Johnson and others in Downing Street is ‘inconsist...
Commonwealth rift in Caribbean as re-election of Lady Scotland challenged
Jamaican minister’s entry to race for secretary general called ‘monumental error’ by Antigua
UK officials investigate 74 child hepatitis cases
Health officials are investigating 74 cases of hepatitis - or liver inflammation - in children across the UK since the start of this year. One potential cause could be adenoviruses, but health experts are also looking at links to Covid-19.
Australian prime minister calls May 21 election
Australia’s prime minister has called for a May 21 election that will be fought on issues including Chinese economic coercion, climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic.
What IS going on with the Met's farcical Partygate probe?
It is now more than three weeks since Boris Johnson received a questionnaire from the Metropolitan Police about his attendance at some of the events. No fines have been dished out and forms are still being sent weeks after PM got his que...
Scottish Labour leader pledges nearly £1bn to provide free care for older people
Anas Sarwar believes totally integrating social and health care is essential to NHS reform
‘Time for the truth’: MPs call on Boris Johnson to publish ‘partygate’ report
Cabinet Office officials wrangle over final version of Sue Gray’s findings on alleged Covid rule-breaking parties
Scotland's work from home guidance to be relaxed next week
Guidance urging people to work from home wherever possible in Scotland is to be relaxed in favour of a "hybrid" system of office and remote working.
Scottish nationalists see chances and pitfalls in Johnson’s woes
Pro-independence activists torn over possibility that crisis-hit British prime minister may be forced to resign.
Covid in Scotland: Restrictions impact 'worth it', says Sturgeon
The impact of Scotland's Covid restrictions on business and hospitality have been "worth it", First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Scotland to lift most remaining Covid restrictions
Scotland's Covid-19 restrictions are to be eased, with nightclubs reopening, large indoor events resuming and social distancing rules dropped.
Scotland's charity sector hit by dramatic hike in energy costs
A community trust in Glasgow is having to choose between paying energy bills and paying staff, its manager said.
From Pandemic to Endemic: The Omicron Shift in Europe to learn to live with the virus just as any other virus
A number of governments have changed their approaches to the coronavirus, to one that is more like how we treat the flu. Public health experts say it’s too soon to make that call.
Fans to return to Scottish stadiums next week
Restrictions on large outdoor events in Scotland, including football matches and concerts, are to be lifted from next Monday
Scotland to begin easing Omicron restrictions - Sturgeon
Scotland will start lifting coronavirus measures that were introduced late last year, starting with the removal of limits on crowds at large outdoor events like soccer and rugby matches, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Tu...
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