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Constitutional deadlock has become a familiar state for Scotland, perhaps even the nation’s “settled will”.
Though some might sneer, Hockney’s playful scribble is a testament to the optimism and humour public art can bring to cities.
8 October 1921: We modern sun-worshippers are rewarded beyond our most sanguine dreams.
11 May 1973: There's something fishy about the trawler stand-off.
Voters have smelt Starmer’s hypocrisy and the lack of confidence in his party’s purpose.
Saving time in delivering thrombectomy services could be the difference between a good outcome and someone facing a life with a serious disability.
Local power is key to pandemic recovery, says the chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Devolution.
12 February 1965: Rooms floored with water are difficult to deal with at the best of times.
- The UK market’s reputation for dividend strength took a knock in 2020
- A skeleton Brexit deal and economic recovery favour income holdings
- Active management and a focus on quality have been vitally important