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Cash for access

Cash for access

Former political heavyweights Jack Straw (Lab) and Malcolm Rifkind (Con) are reportedly caught offering "cash for access" in a sting operation by Channel 4 and The Daily Telegraph.

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Murphy to say Yes

Murphy to say Yes

File under: "you couldn't make it up". In a desperate move to woo back voters to Labour the leader of the party in Scotland, Jim Murphy, will attempt to portray his party as supporters of Yes.

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SNP surge confirmed by Ashcroft

SNP surge confirmed by Ashcroft

A huge increase in support for the SNP, and corresponding drop in support for Labour, has been found by almost every poll in Scotland since the referendum. This Scotland wide swing has been echoed in an eagerly awaited multiple constituency poll by Tory peer Michael Ashcroft.

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Independence support up again

Independence support up again

A YouGuv poll commissioned by The Times has found that support for independence has increased to 52% while the SNP maintains its lead in Westminster voting intentions.

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Fracking moritorium in Scotland

Fracking moritorium in Scotland

The Scottish Government Minister, Fergus Ewing, has announced there will be a moritorium on granting consents for unconventional oil and gas developments in Scotland whilst further research and a public consultation is carried out

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Andy Wightman St. Andrew's Night Lecture Inverness

Andy Wightman St. Andrew's Night Lecture Inverness

A long planned St. Andrew's night lecture by Andy Wightman is given extra spice as the Scottish Government announce a focus on land reform for their legislative programme.

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