ACTIVISTS claim police plan to arrest prominent figures involved with Hong Kong’s 2014 “Umbrella Movement” pro-democracy protests.
PROSECUTORS in South Korea have said they want to arrest former president Park Geun-hye over the corruption allegations that toppled her from power.
NEW British Cycling boss Stephen Park has claimed allegations of bullying within the sport have been “sensationalised” and are “not representative of the whole programme”.
NICOLA Sturgeon used a sombre session of First Minister’s Questions yesterday to send a message of support to Londoners saying Scotland “stands in solidarity” with them.
AS her contribution to Holyrood’s IndyRef debate, Kezia Dugdale, possibly in an attempt to shore up her ever-dwindling faithful, stated that her party would “campaign with everything they have to oppose independence”.
THREE men have been charged in connection with money laundering and online fraud worth around £400,000.
FORMER governor of the Bank of England Mervyn King has said he sees no “major problems” in Scotland being an independent country, though warned there would be consequences.
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