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  • It has been dubbed "Scotland's shame" and "Scotland's creepiest building", yet a plan to turn the ruin into a hotel in 2007 was dropped because of the cost of restoration.

    Scotland's creepiest building in £10m restoration scheme

  • The cancer-stricken Mr. Megrahi was ultimately let go in 2009 under a separate provision, namely Scotland's provision for compassionate release.

    Europe's Ties With Libya Questioned

  • The head of the SNP, Alex Salmond, who will serve another term as Scotland's first minister, lost no time in declaring his intention to introduce a plebiscite on Scottish independence sometime within the next five years.

    latimes.com - News

  • Print EIS union rejects changes to teachers' terms Scotland's largest teaching union has called for its members reject a deal on changes to their pay and conditions.

    BBC News - Home

  • He appears equally excited about the "constitutional reform" that may emerge from the referendum on independence and declares that the limited recommendations of the Calman Commission, which form the basis of the Scotland Bill, as well as what he calls "the status quo" - in other words, Scotland's current position within the Union - "seem lost in the mists of time".

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • "On any view he would be a matter of interest to the Scottish police because he was Gadhafi's right-hand man and was involved in negotiation over the compensatory payments made to Lockerbie victims' families," said Paul McBride, one of Scotland's top defense lawyers.

    Scotland Interviews Former Libyan Foreign Minister

  • Writer Gregory Burke based that show on interviews with Iraq-deployed members of Scotland's famed Black Watch unit, yet the piece is not, strictly speaking, verbatim.

    Taking the stage by storm: True tales

  • The wave continues later this month as the Shakespeare Theatre Company hosts the National Theatre of Scotland's acclaimed "Black Watch."

    Taking the stage by storm: True tales

  • These cases have severely dented Scotland's hitherto stainless reputation for moral steadfastness and bedroom probity.

    Think Diouf is vile? Listen to the fans | Kevin McKenna

  • PetroChina Co., China's largest listed oil firm in terms of capacity, agreed with Ineos Group Holdings PLC on the basic principles of a joint venture that will engage in crude-oil refining and trading using assets at Scotland's Grangemouth refinery and France's Lavera refinery.

    China, U.K. Sign $4 Billion in Deals

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