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Letters: May is autocratic by denying a referendum on independence

Letters: May is autocratic by denying a referendum on independence

WHAT is Holyrood for? In a democracy, the electorate of a country examines and then votes on propositions for future government. Democracy is not delivered via selective opinion polling but by votes by the electorate.

12:07am Thursday 30 March 2017

Scottish university calls for clarity after Holyrood's second independence referendum decision

Professor Sally Mapstone officially installed as principal of St Andrews University

THE uncertainties facing universities following the Scottish Parliament's backing for a second independence referendum and Brexit have been highlighted by a leading principal.

12:06am Thursday 30 March 2017

May warned Brexit stance will make independence 'inevitable'

Prime Minister Theresa May (PA Wire)

Theresa May has been told her refusal to give Scots a vote on independence before Brexit will make the break-up of the UK inevitable.

6:00pm Wednesday 29 March 2017

John McLellan: If the cap doesn’t fit on the doorstep

John McLellan

OUT canvassing on a quiet street in Craigentinny, the polite lady at the door was just telling me that hers was an SNP household when her baseball-capped 30-something son appeared on her shoulder. “You Tories should get back tae England where you…

12:06am Thursday 30 March 2017

Brexit will not bring unity to Britain, just the opposite warns Angus Robertson

Brexit will not bring unity to Britain, just the opposite warns Angus Robertson

THERESA May has been told her refusal to give Scots a vote on independence before Brexit will make the break-up of the UK inevitable.

10:31am Thursday 30 March 2017

Sturgeon out of tune with Scots on bespoke Brexit and immigration, survey finds

Sturgeon out of tune with Scots on bespoke Brexit and immigration, survey finds

12:06am Thursday 30 March 2017

May has taken a "leap in the dark" with Brexit says Sturgeon

May has taken a "leap in the dark" with Brexit says Sturgeon

NICOLA Sturgeon has accused the Prime Minister of taking a “leap in the dark” by triggering Brexit without knowing what it will mean for the economy and society.

12:06am Thursday 30 March 2017

May’s optimistic letter leaves plenty of reasons for Scots to be anxious about Brexit negotiations

Analysis: Theresa May’s optimistic letter leaves plenty of reasons for Scotland to be anxious about Brexit negotiations

by Sionaidh Douglas-Scott

12:10am Thursday 30 March 2017

No turning back, insists Theresa May, as she triggers Britain's long divorce from the EU

One United Kingdom: PM insists she will use Brexit process to "strengthen the Union"

THERESA May has begun the historic process of cutting Britain loose from the European Union, making clear there is now “no turning back”.

12:02am Thursday 30 March 2017

Nicola Sturgeon 'deeply sorry' for suffering of mesh implant surgery survivors

Nicola Sturgeon 'deeply sorry' for suffering of mesh implant surgery survivors

The First Minister has said she is "deeply sorry" for the suffering of survivors of mesh implant surgery ahead of a parliamentary statement on the use of the controversial procedure.

2:15pm Thursday 30 March 2017
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