Poll: Brexit will build majority support for Scottish independence

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3 Sep, 2018
Poll: Brexit will build majority support for Scottish independence
Brexit will put the Union in peril according to fresh polling, which shows that leaving the EU under any conditions will build majority support for Scottish independence and the reunification of Ireland.
Latest News
Christine Jardine: New benefit fails ill nurse caring for dying husband

The aim of Universal Credit has been widely welcomed, but its introduction must be halted because the system is not working properly, causing emotional and economic torture to ordinary people.

Brian Monteith: Scallop Wars show why talk of the Auld Alliance is misty-eyed romanticism

The skirmishes off the French coast are a sign of trouble to come as we leave EU fisheries policy, writes Brian Monteith

The legal eagles helping Scottish sports stars achieve excellence

Brodies steps up to the mark in supporting local tennis and swimming events

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Charity warns on rogue online puppy dealers

Almost a third of puppies bought online die or fall ill within their first year, a charity has warned.

Benromach Distillery cheers 20th anniversary with rare tipple

A rare whisky is being launched today to mark the 20th anniversary of Benromach Distillery.

Sport Update
Steven Naismith moans after hat-trick show Hearts are on the up

Craig Wighton says he has reached a stage in his career where he needs to progress. If that is the target then he appears to have joined the right team.

Filip Benkovic turned down clubs across Europe to join Celtic

Celtic’s £13 million loan defender Filip Benkovic has revealed how he turned down clubs in Spain, Germany and Italy to move to Glasgow.

Connor Goldson: ‘The way people spoke I thought Celtic were Barcelona’

Connor Goldson took confidence from yesterday’s Old Firm game despite Rangers’
defeat because it proved 
Celtic aren’t as good as he was given to believe.

And finally...
Music interview: Matt Johnson of The The on his return to the spotlight

Matt Johnson walked away from The The and spent almost two decades decining offers to reform. But now there’s good reason to get the band back together, he tells Fiona Shepherd

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