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Books – Project Fear promises to lift the lid on #indyref

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On the first anniversary of the Scottish independence referendum, a new tell-all book will lift the lid on the tactics and tensions behind Better Together and the subsequent general election campaign that left a...

Tuesday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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 Dream Walking with Hares: an exhibition of gilded works on wood by Sally Bruce Richards (The Bruce Gallery, Isle of Mull). Open preview tonight 6-8pm, then 11am-5pm Tuesday to Saturday, The Gallery on the Corner, Northumberland Street....

What’s On In Edinburgh this week

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 MONDAY 8TH DECEMBER 2014For Crying Out Loud: special screenings for carers and their babies under 12 months old - maximum of 2 adults per baby. Babychanging, bottle warming and buggy parking facilities available. This...

Edinburgh South West MP resigns

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There might have been little interest outside the capital in the fact that an Edinburgh MP had resigned. But Shadow Chancellor Alistair Darling just finished leading the Better Together campaign for the last two...

Five things you need to know today Edinburgh!

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 Harlaw HydroTake One Action FestivalStrictly Prancing - tickets left for   tonightColony of ArtistsFarmers' Markets The council leader Andrew Burns has written in his latest monthly Leader's Report about the latest cooperative project in Edinburgh....

Scotland this morning – Councillor Jim Orr

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Councillor Jim Orr is Independent Councillor for Southside/Newington.This morning I hope I am waking up to a Scotland which has voted Yes. For too long we have suffered a “brain drain” to London and...

Scottish Independence Referendum – speaking to Lord Steel and Sir Menzies Campbell

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The good thing about being at the Edinburgh count is that there are some pretty influential figures here as this is where the national figures will be collated and announced later.The Edinburgh Reporter met...

Thursday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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 Moonhop - The Raverendum: live music, whisky, dancing and rare vinyl, featuring Moonhop DJs Whisky Stephen (& the FOUND team), live set from FOUND (Lomond Campbell and River of Slime) and poetry from Neu Reekie's Michael Pedersen and Kevin Williamson....

Wednesday in Edinburgh – What’s On Today

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Here and There: Claire from the Scottish Book Trust will lead a discussion about newcomers' experience of Scotland in comparison to their home countries. An opportunity for migrants and local people to share stories and perhaps contribute to a...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

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Well we all know what's on in Scotland this week....but there's plenty available to take your mind off it.... MONDAY 15TH SEPTEMBER 2014All Quiet On The Western Front (1930): a film saga of German boys...

Scottish Independence Referendum – largest electorate ever

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A total of 4,285,323 people have registered to vote in the Scottish Independence Referendum on Thursday 18 September, making it the largest electorate ever in Scotland for an election or referendum.The total electorate figure...

Edinburgh’s postal voters urged to vote now

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The council tell us that more than 76% of Edinburgh’s postal voters have already had their say in the Scottish Independence Referendum.Of the 81,648 people who applied to vote in the poll by post,...

Scottish Independence Referendum – another day another poll or two

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A survey of architects in Scotland shows that an overwhelming number of them will be voting Yes next Thursday.Close to two thirds of the 160 architects polled in Architects Journal, 59 per cent, say...

Scottish Independence Referendum – today’s views

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Green Yes, the Scottish Green Party's campaign for a Yes vote in the independence referendum, is highlighting the panic within the No campaign as proof of how disconnected the UK political parties are from...

Scottish Independence Referendum – Scotland – a presence among equals

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 by Alyn Smith SNP MEP Recently people took to social media in large numbers to express why they are voting for Independence on 18 September in the #YesBecause campaign. There was a great response to...

Scottish Independence Referendum – Referendum Reservations

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Jonathan Hearn is Professor of Political and Historical Sociology at University of Edinburgh So far I have been relatively quiet about my personal views in regard to the Scottish referendum on independence on 18 September. But...

Scottish Independence Referendum – Look to the hills!

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A little bit of California arrived in Caledonia as a giant Yes, similar to the Holywood Hills sign, was emblazoned on the Pentland Hills.The sign is 20 metres in height and 65 metres in...

Scottish Independence Referendum – the Yes and No of it

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The start-up costs for an independent Scotland would run to nearly £2.5bn with another £2bn costs because of the need for new currency arrangements, according to the Better Together campaign.A new paper from the...

Scottish Independence Referendum – the chat from both sides

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A Yes vote in next month’s referendum is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to restore ‘real democracy’ in Scotland, Yes Scotland Advisory Board chairman Dennis Canavan has said.Instead of running the risk of being controlled by...

Scottish Independence Referendum – Vote Yes for Scotland’s Future

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Contributed Article On the 18th September we are all being asked to make one of the biggest decisions of our lives. The decision we take will not only affect the future of our children but...

The Festival of Politics: “To See Ourselves As Others See Us”

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Two key things were immediately apparent as yesterday's Festival of Politics panel discussion got under way. Firstly, Shetland was actually on the map—the day prior, at a similar panel, the cartoonish map of Scotland gracing the introductory...

The Festival of Politics kicks off with a fiscal focus

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If "Balancing The Books" were a Fringe event, you'd walk in and find face-painted jesters gleefully and precariously posturing paperbacks on their noses, foreheads and any other suitable extremities. An audience can only dream. No...

Counterpoint: a new exhibition at the Talbot Rice Gallery

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A bowling alley, bee hives and some politically-dependent cannons: these are just some of the pieces included in the Talbot Rice Gallery's new show, Counterpoint.  It is, says Principal Curator Pat Fisher, 'an intelligent...

What’s on in Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 14TH JULY 2014Dog Tales: the Dogs Trust are hosting this storytelling session about safety around dogs and responsible dog ownership.  For ages 5-10.  2-3pm, Wester Hailes Library, 1 Westside Plaza.Lunchtime Concert: First Central...

Scottish Independence Referendum – teenagers to debate with politicians

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16 and 17 year olds are being given the right to vote in the Scottish Independence Referendum, so it is fitting that they are also given the opportunity of debating with politicians in the...

Scottish Independence Referendum – 100 Days to go

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There are now only 100 days to go before the people of Scotland go to the polls to decide the independence referendum, and this week's hot topics appear to be as diverse as the...

What’s On in Edinburgh this week

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MONDAY 2  JUNE 2014Anthony Penrose: Backstage at the Lee Miller Archives.  A behind-the-scenes look at the creation of the

Cuckoo’s Independence poll shows swing to Yes

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Cuckoo's Bakery in Dundas Street have been running their own poll by offering referendum cupcakes in red, white or blue icing to reflect a Yes, No or Don't Know vote. The bakery have announced results...

Landmark book on independence published

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National Academies call for clear, open and meaningful information on Scottish independence debate as they launch landmark bookThe Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) and the British Academy (BA) today call for clear, open and...

Opinion – The momentum swing towards Yes

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At the outset of this campaign people were commenting that they did not know who to believe. Now the point more often commented on is that they know who they cannot believe, and that...

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