Sturgeon dodges GM crops advice question

Nicola Sturgeon has refused to say whether a scientific adviser was consulted before the SNP banned the use of genetically modified crops in Scotland.

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Nicola Sturgeon hails success of Scottish businesses after referendum row

The success of Scottish businesses "outweighs" any disagreements that industry bodies may have with the Scottish Government, the First Minister has ...

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VIDEO: Alex Salmond says he prefers ‘people of faith’ in church message

Alex Salmond has revealed that he prefers "people of faith to people of no faith or people who have lost their faith".

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UK

Family devastated as Dundee man stabbed to death in new flat in Birmingham

Tributes have been paid to a Dundee man who was murdered in Birmingham.

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Durham skeletons were Scottish prisoners from civil war’s Battle of Dunbar

Skeletons discovered in a mass grave in Durham are the remains of Scottish prisoners of war which laid untouched for almost 400 years, experts have ...

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Man shot dead after armed police swarm flat in north London

Horrified residents have described seeing armed police swarm their block of flats moments before officers shot dead a man who had a gun and was ...

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David Cameron says UK will take ‘thousands more’ Syria border camp refugees

Britain will take "thousands more" refugees from camps on the borders of war-torn Syria, Prime Minister David Cameron has announced.

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Ukip probes ex-candidate Peter Bucklitsch over Aylan Kurdi death remarks

Ukip is investigating comments about the migrant crisis posted on the Twitter feed of one of its election candidates, which suggested that ...

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Refugee crisis: Prime Minister under renewed pressure after photo ‘shame’

David Cameron is under mounting pressure from MPs across the political spectrum to allow more refugees into Britain after shocking pictures of a ...

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National living wage crackdown branded ‘window dressing’

The Government has been accused of "window dressing" after announcing a crackdown against firms that fail to pay staff the new national living wage.

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