If today’s General Election is going to be all about Europe, then we can take it – if we can presume anything at all these
Army Veteran John Baillie visited The Erskine Home in Bishopton to present the Veterans’ Charity with an incredible cheque for £8,001.11 after completing his One Million Metres Row challenge in September. He presented the cheque to Erskine Community Fundraising Manager Karen McAulay.
Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Willie Rennie has today used an eve of poll campaign stop to say that now is the time to stop Brexit and independence and build a brighter future as the country heads to the polls. Mr Rennie said: “At this election the Liberal Democrats are clear that a vote for us is a vote to stop Brexit, stop independence and build a brighter future for Scotland in the United Kingdom.
Glasgow Royal Infirmary has celebrated its 225th birthday with the unveiling of a commemorative mural documenting its rich history and positive impact on healthcare.
THE true spirit of Christmas came to HM Naval Base Clyde on Tuesday when the Big Sing for Christmas Carol Service was held in the Naval Base Chaplaincy. Sailors, Marines and civilian personnel gathered in the Chaplaincy where there was the opportunity to enjoy bacon rolls, mince pies and a cuppa courtesy of Babcock, before joining colleagues in a seasonal sing-song.
It’s a testament to the chaos of Brexit that the banality of Irish politics is something to feel smug about. I’d opined that as Ireland became increasingly progressive, Britain seemed to be regressing. My English companion prickled at the suggestion. “What about the DUP?” she answered, defensively. “They’re totally backward, and they’re Irish.” Her eyes glazed over as I explained that the Democratic Unionist Party is a political party in the United Kingdom, not the Republic of Ireland.