The Americans, bless their little cotton socks, like to think 1991 was the year punk broke.
Smoking is a habit I have never formed.
You know it’s been a strange week when you find yourself agreeing with Theresa May.
I cannot think of anything I would rather not be than a politician.
If there is such a thing as the direct opposite of “barnstorming”, then you’ll probably find it during speeches in local government meetings.
Dundee is failing.
There are no guarantees in the world of work.
Free at the point of use is a phrase I normally associate with the NHS, not car driving.
Nicola Sturgeon: ‘New Tay crossing will reduce Perth congestion, improve air quality and open up housing sites’
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon writes for The Courier following the announcement of £50 million of additional Tay Cities Region funding from the Scottish Government, which includes £40 million for a third Perth bridge over the Tay.
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