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Householders in my part of Edinburgh have just been issued with our new bin collection calendar, a pattern of dates and coloured bin-shapes as exciting as the Periodic Table.  The city council says it...

Letter from Scotland

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Phew, the exam season is nearly over.  Scotland’s 137,000 pupils and their 23,000 teachers will be mightily relieved.  It all began with Urdu on 30th April and will end with Gaelic on Monday.  It’s...

Letter from Scotland

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It won’t be long now till the gaps in the new bridge over the Firth of Forth are closed.  Last week I enjoyed a cruise on the river which took us took us under...

Letter from Scotland

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The first rebellion against the new SNP government looks like being a spat about the surprising and shameful issue of sectarianism at football matches. In 2012 the SNP used its majority at Holyrood to force through...

Letter from Scotland

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Being a city boy, I don’t often think of my fellow Scots on the 94 inhabited islands around our coast.  And when I do think of the isles, it’s a romantic vision of blue...

Letter from Scotland

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The shipbuilding industry, the icon of Scotland’s mighty industrial past, has been dealt a shuddering, maybe fatal, blow. Fergusons, the last commercial shipyard on the Clyde, has gone bust. Some 70 men, and a...

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