He said: “The reason is very much based on the public health data we received on Saturday from the UK Government that showed a deeply alarming trend in Spain.
“We have to study the history of slavery and its role and impact on the development of our country because otherwise we can’t understand our country,” Cotton said.
Pinch points along Balloch Road are becoming more hazardous due to poor or illegal parking. This increases risk to pedestrians, cyclists and motorists alike.
So from 1 August, I will need to get used to some more new words: the outside world.
“Across the whole Church of Scotland, from the most rural parish to the most ancient cathedral, from our presbyteries to our central offices, we have been offered a tantalising glimpse of a very different kind of church.
“In their present form, the proposed new laws appear to be the perfect example of reversing the long-held understanding that no one has the right not to be offended. For the media this is very alarming.”