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Anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller launches crowdfunded tactical voting push

Gina Miller’s Best for Britain campaign has raised £300,000 through crowdfunding

REMAINER supporters must vote tactically in the “most important election for a generation”, anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller said yesterday.

12:00am Thursday 27 April 2017

Alyn Smith: Empathy fatigue? It's not something you'll find here

EU nationals will always be warmly welcomed in Scotland

‘Empathy fatigue’ sounds like the kind of malaise that sits alongside Gauloises and Garbo, a dated phrase from another time. Not something you would associate with a vibrant, modern society, one more globally interconnected every day.

12:00am Thursday 27 April 2017

'Mr Project Fear' Blair McDougall to stand for Labour at the General Election

Blair McDougall, who was Better Together’s head strategist, will be up against sitting SNP MP Kirsten Oswald in East Renfrewshire

LABOUR was last night accused of “wheeling out Mr Project Fear” by selecting the former Better Together boss Blair McDougall to challenge the SNP in a bid to regain East Renfrewshire at the General Election.

12:00am Thursday 27 April 2017

Letters I: Large SNP majority can benefit the Green Party

The Scottish Greens have been warned that they risk splitting the pro-independence vote in marginal seats

WHILE I find much of the Green Party’s principles and aims very much in tune with my own thinking, as a party with the long-term goal of building a cleaner and more sustainable world, I do hope that, in the Theresa May power-grab election, Green Party…

12:00am Thursday 27 April 2017

STUC elects Satnam Ner as its first black president

Incoming president Satnam Ner, left, with STUC general secretary Grahame Smith, right

THE Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) has elected its first black president, Satnam Ner.

7:07pm Wednesday 26 April 2017

Music: Glam rockers WHITE have a Euro vision

WHITE have won hearts and minds in Europe

PRAISE David Bowie and all the dead art rock gods, it’s finally here, the debut album from slick glam gang and actual Saviours of Pop WHITE.

12:00am Thursday 27 April 2017

Seafood Scotland get £900,000 boost from EU fisheries fund

The EU is vital to the exporting of Scottish salmon

SCOTLAND’S seafood sector has been awarded almost £1 million of European cash to promote its produce across the globe.

6:54pm Wednesday 26 April 2017

Letters II: Indy movement must be more assertive to clear the final hurdle

Even Margaret Thatcher acknowledged that an SNP majority among the Scottish MPs at Westminster would justify a demand for independence

I HAVE been following and contributing to the ongoing debate about the mandate for independence. My own view is that between the 2016 Holyrood manifesto and the subsequent election result, and the presence of 56 SNP MPs, there exists a de facto…

12:00am Thursday 27 April 2017

Scottish small businesses fear Brexit will cause major skills crisis if they lose vital EU staff

FSB chairman Mike Cherry: ‘‘Concern among small firms

TWO thirds of Scottish small employers with EU workers are concerned about future skills shortages as the nightmare of Brexit unfolds, according to new research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).

12:00am Tuesday 25 April 2017

Blair hints again at return to frontline politics as he attacks May on Brexit stance

Tony Blair says he agrees with a lot of what May says apart from her stance on Brexit

TONY Blair has expressed his increased desire for a return to frontline politics as Britain is being “hijacked” by Brexit backers.

12:00am Monday 24 April 2017
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