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- "Living in another world"
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- nvelope2003 21st Dec - 7:06pm
In a normal sale of shares the money would have been remitted to the seller, in this case the Government, which is what happened. The...
- Glenn 21st Dec - 7:03pm
It was always a mistake to think it was one referendum and then over for a generation. The SNP are the single biggest party in...
- Suzanne fletcher 21st Dec - 6:53pm
Not saying a lot as on "Sick leave" right now, but will say Thanks for starting the debate again. A lot of what I would...
- crewegwyn 21st Dec - 6:37pm
simon, Have you actually read even the summary of the report?
- Caron Lindsay 21st Dec - 6:36pm
Hireton, have you actually read the Smith Commission report? If you had you would see that Scots will have a whole load more control over...
- Richard 21st Dec - 5:38pm
Good universities have always been international. Non-EU students contribute at least £7bn to our balance of payments. Unemployment is coming down rapidly and skills shortages...