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Scotland Sets October 2023 For New Independence Vote
Europe · Edinburgh

Scotland Sets October 2023 For New Independence Vote

40% Left coverage: 73 sources
Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed plans for a "consultative referendum" on on 19 October, 2023, with the question: "Should Scotland be an independent country?" Ms Sturgeon said she is "ready and willing" to negotiate with the Westminster government on the terms of holding the referendum. She said the vote must be "lawful" and that this is non-negotiable.In 2014, 55.3% of people voted against independence in the first referendum. The 2014 referendum went ahead after the UK government agreed to a section 30 order, allowing Holyrood to pass laws normally reserved to Westminster. See the Story
Former SNP MP Natalie McGarry jailed for two years for embezzlement following Glasgow trial
Europe · Glasgow

Former SNP MP Natalie McGarry jailed for two years for embezzlement following Glasgow trial

42% Right coverage: 12 sources
Natalie McGarry jailed for two years for embezzling £25,000 from SNP and pro-independence group. 40-year-old was the MP for Glasgow East between 2015 and 2017. Sheriff Tom Hughes said she had betrayed people who put their trust in her. McGarry had earlier conviction quashed after judges ruled she suffered miscarriage of justice.See the Story
‘Her attitude was a lesson to us all’: tributes pour in for Dame Deborah James
Europe · London

‘Her attitude was a lesson to us all’: tributes pour in for Dame Deborah James

50% Left coverage: 6 sources
Dame Deborah James was first diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016. She was given a damehood in May in recognition of her fundraising work. She had been receiving end-of-life care for bowel cancer at home. Her family said she was "amazing" and an "inspiration"See the Story

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Just Stop Oil protesters glue themselves to painting in Glasgow art gallery

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
Louis McKechnie and Emily Brocklebank stormed the Courtauld Gallery in Somerset House on London's Strand. The pair are affiliated with Just Stop Oil - a coalition of groups working together to halt new fossil fuel licensing and production. They glued themselves to Peach Trees in Blossom (1889), a view of an open plain outside Arles, France in early spring.See the Story
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Oil on canvas: Protestors glue themselves to Kelvingrove artworks

Coverage: 2 sources
Protestors from the Just Stop Oil group have glued themselves to artwork in the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow. They are demanding the government end new oil and gas developments. Three supporters of the group have spray-painted messages around the gallery, while two have glued. themselves to the frame of a 19th century painting.See the Story
Glasgow, Scotland · Glasgow

Glasgow city centre street locked down by cops after man 'attacked'

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Police closed down Union Street in Glasgow city centre this morning. The street is closed between Gordon Street and Argyle Street. First Glasgow has been forced to make changes to its usual bus routes. McGill's Buses has also made changes. It is expected that access to the area will be restricted for some time.See the Story
Music · Glasgow

Calvin Harris fans warned of travel chaos ahead of Glasgow gig on Saturday

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Hotels around Glasgow have put their prices up ahead of Gerry Cinnamon gigs. No hotels available in the city centre on Saturday for under £100 per night. A room at easyHotel in Glasgow city centre was priced at around £300 this week. Now the hotel is sold out for July 16 according to their website.See the Story
Glasgow, Scotland · Glasgow

Body of pensioner found in Glasgow home as police search for family

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Fiona MacFarlane, 68, was found dead at her home in Knightswood on June 19. Police have launched an appeal to trace her relatives in Canada. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Administration department at London Road Police Office at by emailing them at GreaterGlasgowDASU@scotlandpolice.uk.See the Story
Celtic · Motherwell

Bailey Rice completes transfer away from Motherwell after rejecting pro terms

Bailey Rice has rejected a Motherwell contract offer to instead join Rangers. The 15-year-old has agreed an Ibrox deal with Rangers paying an undisclosed fee. Motherwell did sign up nine of the ten proposed Fir Park graduates this summer despite "significant interest from big clubs on both sides of the border"See the Story

Red Hot Chili Peppers cancel Glasgow gig over unspecified illness

The Red Hot Chili Peppers have cancelled their Glasgow gig tonight. The band released a statement on social media confirming that the concert at Bellahouston Park this evening will not go ahead. Apologising for the sudden cancellation, the band added that they are "deeply disappointed" and "love Scotland'See the Story

Cop tells court of 'porn star' hell and says ex accused her of having online fetish accounts

Stephanie Torrance told a domestic abuse trial at Hamilton Sheriff Court that accused Jonathan Barclay's claims are "absolutely not true at all", and made her so stressed she was off work sick.See the Story

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