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Letters: Davidson has the best chance of promoting Scotland's case

GETTING THEIR POINTS ACROSS: Nicola Sturgeon and Ruth Davidson taking part in the BBC's Scottish Leaders' debate in Edinburgh on Sunday night. Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire.

NICOLA Sturgeon is now beginning to realise her party's 10-year trial run is well and truly over. She may be great at talking over any opposition or decrying their views as in Sunday's TV debate but the pigeons have come home to roost (“Sturgeon hints…

12:08am Tuesday 23 May 2017

Boris Johnson in alcohol gaffe at Sikh temple

Boris Johnson in alcohol gaffe at Sikh temple

BORIS Johnson has become embroiled in controversy again after making another gaffe.

4:36pm Wednesday 17 May 2017

Jeremy Corbyn visits Sikh Temple after Boris Johnson whisky comments cause anger

Jeremy Corbyn visits Sikh Temple after Boris Johnson whisky comments cause anger

Jeremy Corbyn has visited a Sikh temple, a day after Boris Johnson angered a follower of the faith by discussing whisky exports on a similar visit.

7:15pm Thursday 18 May 2017

Boris Johnson: Corbyn can't be trusted to lead Brexit talks

Boris Johnson: Corbyn can't be trusted to lead Brexit talks

Boris Johnson has launched a fresh onslaught on Jeremy Corbyn warning he could not be trusted to lead the Brexit negotiations if he gained power in the General Election on June 8.

11:27am Sunday 21 May 2017

Dirty Diary: This week I get cross with Chanel, adopt a Cannes-boo attitude and take a tipple with the Turban Godzilla

Barry Didcock

Oh no, BoJo

12:09am Sunday 21 May 2017

May attacks Corbyn after polls suggest gap between Labour and the Tories narrowing

Prime Minister Theresa May (Toby Melville/ Getty Images).

Theresa May will today launch a renewed attack on Jeremy Corbyn after a shock poll suggested her party’s lead over Labour has halved in just a week.

12:08am Monday 22 May 2017

Alison Rowat: Scotland is not waving but drowning in a sea of flags

Alison Rowat: Scotland is not waving but drowning in a sea of flags

SUMMERTIME, and the wedding season has started. Or should that be the wedding list season, in which guests compete to see who can bag the medium-range gifts first before it is only the dear stuff and the novelty cheapskate items left? How much easier to…

7:30am Wednesday 17 May 2017

Scotland is not waving but drowning in a sea of flags

Alison Rowat: Which flag should modern Scotland fly under? That is question being posed in this General Election.

SUMMERTIME, and the wedding season has started. Or should that be the wedding list season, in which guests compete to see who can bag the medium-range gifts first before it is only the dear stuff and the novelty cheapskate items left? How much easier…

12:10am Wednesday 17 May 2017

Tories accuse Jeremy Corbyn of ‘siding with Britain’s enemies’ amid poll boost

Tories accuse Jeremy Corbyn of ‘siding with Britain’s enemies’ amid poll boost

The Conservatives have launched a furious onslaught on Jeremy Corbyn, accusing him of "siding with Britain's enemies" amid signs Labour is gaining ground in the opinion polls.

7:39pm Sunday 21 May 2017

Sturgeon accuses Davidson of 'playing' to Ukip over immigration

SNP leader and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon taking part in the Scottish Leaders' debate at the Mansfield Traquair Centre in Edinburgh.(Andrew Milligan/PA Wire)

Nicola Sturgeon has accused Ruth Davidson of “playing” to Ukip after the Scottish Conservative leader defended Theresa May’s plans to cut immigration to the tens of thousands.

12:09am Monday 22 May 2017
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