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AFTER last week’s column on the Olympics, I was contacted by families affected by the Commonwealth Games to be hosted in Glasgow in two years’ time. Their plea involved the Accord day care centre, set up 20 years ago in the east end of Glasgow. There, 120 adults with learning disabilities built a community where… View Article
Read more: http://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/scotsol/homepage/news/4442821/Its-time-we-all-had-faith-in-gay-marriage.html#ixzz21Qpgabd3 So why are the Churches so petrified of gay marriage that they are demanding a referendum on it? Is it really such a threat to civilisation? Some claim that because parenthood is fundamental to marriage and gays cannot conceive, it should not be allowed. So what’s next — imposing divorce on heterosexual… View Article
Metal thieves will face “robust” action from prosecutors and their crimes will be subject to the Proceeds of Crime Act, the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service said today. COPFS’s new “Metal Theft Policy” is a response to the increasing incidence of metal theft due to a rise in scrap metal value. From today, for… View Article
A murder suspect has been accused of showing “utter disregard” for a pensioner he is charged with driving over and killing. The claim was made against Christopher Grenfell by a detective after he was detained following the death of 76-year-old James Simpson. Grenfell is on trial accused of murdering Mr Simpson, who died while allegedly… View Article
A number of changes to the Immigration Rules come into effect on 9 July 2012. These changes will affect non-European Economic Area (non-EEA) nationals applying to enter or remain in the UK under the family migration route. These changes will define the basis on which a person can enter or remain in the UK on… View Article
With the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics making continued headlines, The Drum is to host a panel discussion on the effects that the inquiry is having on the Scottish media industry. The debate, which will take place at the end of June, will see a panel that includes former BBC head of news Atholl Duncan,… View Article