Another week, another new Audi.
Dundee’s SNP parliamentarians are to snub a pro-independence rally being organised in the city by disgraced former MSP Tommy Sheridan and the Dundee Yes Bus Team.
‘I’ve had enough of all this’ SNP councillor pulls out of Yes rally after seeking advice on Facebook
A Dundee SNP councillor has decided not to attend a pro-independence rally in the city this weekend after asking supporters’ views on Facebook.
A Yes rally calling for a second independence referendum only attracted about 300 people to hear controversial politician Tommy Sheridan, who was accused of ‘hijacking’ the event.
Tommy Sheridan, the well-known campaigner, activist and former MSP, is to deliver a speech in Kirkcaldy giving his thoughts on what independence for Scotland could mean.
Former MSP Tommy Sheridan has urged judges to reject an appeal brought by the owner of the now-defunct News of the World against his defamation victory a decade ago.
Yes campaign crusader Tommy Sheridan packed around 800 people into Dundee’s Marryat Hall on Thursday night.
The publisher of the now-defunct Sunday tabloid News Of The World has made a fresh legal bid appealing against Tommy Sheridan's defamation victory 10 years ago.
Sir, It is not every Tuesday that some of us find ourselves in agreement with every word written by Jim Crumley, but this week he excelled in his article. The ruination of much of Britain, in particular Scotland, is quite appalling and his thin-edge-of-the-wedge argument over the ruination of Beauly is quite correct.
Tommy Sheridan will be allowed to return home on leave from Castle Huntly jail, near Dundee, later this month.