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Black Watch soldiers scarred by war – ‘His uniform is stained with blood and he is cradling an Afghan girl, a girl who will not survive’
Over the last decade Britain has sent thousands of people into combat.
If ever there was a damning indictment of the irresponsible treatment of the environment by humans, then the estimated 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic trash floating in the world’s oceans is right up there, according to environmentalists.
Scotland's housing minister has refused to commit to wiping arrears built up because of the so-called bedroom tax even if she was given the money and power to do so.
Alex Salmond centred on reindustrialising Scotland, doubling exports and encouraging more immigration as he outlined his vision for economic independence.
MPs across Tayside and Fife have claimed tens of thousands of pounds of taxpayers’ money to rent offices from their own political party, it has been revealed.
At the ripe old age of 39, former Zimbabwe World Cup star Henry Olonga insists that cricket is no longer central to his life.
Computer games companies could enjoy a £188 million tax break over the next five years after the European Commission ruled the UK policy does not break competition laws.
A powerful Westminster committee is coming to Dundee to investigate major social issues.
Councils in Tayside, Fife and Central Scotland have received more than £1 million to help deal with the fallout of the so-called bedroom tax.