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Scotland 'has worst mobile coverage'
The Federation of Small Businesses says Scotland has the worst mobile coverage in the UK and calls for planning laws to be relaxed to improve it.
Thu, 17 Apr 2014 06:19:57 -0700

Scotland ‘worst’ in UK for mobile phone coverage
SCOTLAND has the worst mobile phone coverage in the UK, according to a business group.
Thu, 17 Apr 2014 05:11:38 -0700

Scottish GDP growth hampered by refinery strike in late 2013
A strike at Scotland's only oil refinery contributed to a sharp slowdown in economic growth at the end of 2013 at a time when the rest of the British economy was booming, data showed on Wednesday. While the slowdown highlighted Scotland's reliance on oil and gas industries to drive growth, new figures also showed Scotland's unemployment rate fell further below that in the rest of the United ...
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 05:42:27 -0700

Scotland Split Would Risk Jobs, Warns Hammond
Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has warned thousands of jobs will be threatened if Scotland decides to break away from the UK. He told staff at a Glasgow-based defence firm the future of the business and their livelihoods would be put at risk by a 'yes' vote in this September's referendum on independence. Mr Hammond said the defence industry in Scotland employs around 12,600 people and ...
Tue, 15 Apr 2014 12:17:59 -0700

Independence day: Scotland's destiny harks back to its history
If the voters say yes, then Independence day will be 24 March 2016 – a date that resonates in Scotland's history If the people of Scotland deliver a Yes vote in next year's referendum, Scotland will have its Independence Day on 24 March 2016. The date is included in the SNP's white paper on independence, due to be revealed at Glasgow Science Centre on the banks of the Clyde on Tuesday. The ...
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 20:12:54 -0700

Scotland is the bedrock of Britain's defences
The SNP's proposals for armed forces are risible and would undermine the UK's safety, argues Con Coughlin
Tue, 15 Apr 2014 12:53:18 -0700

Scotland independence day named
If the voters say yes, then Independence day will be 24 March 2016 – a date that resonates in Scotland's history If the people of Scotland deliver a Yes vote in next year's referendum, Scotland will have its Independence Day on 24 March 2016. The date is included in the SNP's white paper on independence, due to be revealed at Glasgow Science Centre on the banks of the Clyde on Tuesday. The ...
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 02:37:31 -0700

Nuclear Arms Withdrawal From Scotland to Take Time, Hammond Says
The removal of Britain’s nuclear arsenal from Scotland if the country splits from the rest of the U.K. would be the focus of a “long and protracted negotiation,” according to Defence Secretary Philip Hammond.
Mon, 14 Apr 2014 16:29:33 -0700

Scotland's leader woos Labour, women ahead of independence vote
Aberdeen (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond set aside party politics in a major speech on Saturday as he appealed to Labour voters and women to back independence in the nation's upcoming referendum. Speaking at his Scottish National Party's final conference before the historic vote on September 18, Salmond said that all parties will be involved in negotiating the ...
Sat, 12 Apr 2014 11:58:10 -0700

Scotland qualify for 2015 World Cup
• Scotland recover from 169-6 to eclipse Kenya's 260 total • Rob Taylor's 46 gives Scotland win with three balls to spare Scotland booked their place at next year's World Cup as they sealed a nervy three-wicket win over Kenya in Christchurch, the first time they have qualified for the 50-over tournament since 2007. Needing 261 for victory, Scotland were struggling at 169 for six before captain ...
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 06:16:27 -0700


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