As they prepared to pay their last respects Ava’s funeral service in Clydebank Crematorium, her heart broken relatives questioned why some people’s first reaction was to start filming the incident which happened in the water beneath Balloch Bridge.
Day: August 23, 2020
Speculation growing about potential rail price increase
Rail fares usually increase every January but the hike is linked to the previous July’s Retail Prices Index (RPI) measure of inflation.
Alex Salmond is ‘poised to launch legal action’ against the BBC over documentary
He is “consulting his lawyers” after being left furious by the programme hosted by Newsnight presenter Kirsty Wark, it has been reported.
GLOVES ARE OFF ALREADY FOR THE HOLYROOD ELECTION NEXT MAY
“When the SNP Government is presiding over such a mess everyone in Scottish Labour must be united in tackling those failures and supporting the fight for a fairer economy, workers’ rights and public ownership of our public services.
The trial of Alex Salmond shows the BBC is institutionally Unionist, claims Alan Taylor
Alex Salmond and Nicola Sturgeon in happier times. By Alan Taylor in The National Midway through viewing the BBC Two documentary The Trial of Alex Salmond, I
Roseanna Cunningham to stand down as MSP
The SNP minister, who once worked as a solicitor with Dumbarton District Council, said she had taken the decision after “some hard thinking” but would continue “to fight for independence”.