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Scotland Tag Archive

Where to next?

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Rachel Makinson and Lily Holbrook tell us of the destinations they plan to travel to next...

Review: Erland Cooper – Hether Blether

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Music editor Joe Smith reviews the latest album from Erland Cooper...

Acquitted, but not forgiven: Alex Salmond and the SNP

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Despite being acquitted of all counts of attempted rape and sexual assault, Alex Salmond is by no means perceived as an innocent figure in modern politics. Whilst he stood...

A world first: Scotland’s effort to eradicate period poverty

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Scotland’s Parliament approved a bill, at an estimated annual cost of 24.1 million pounds ($31.2 million), to make sanitary products (pads and tampons) freely available to all...

It’s Time to Tackle “Vicious Circle of Underinvestment”

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Elana Shapiro reports on the inequalities in the pay and facilities of men's and women's sport...

“Ridiculous” rule beats Team GB

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Elana Shapiro discusses the ridiculous ruling that cost Team GB victory against Australia...

Spotlight: Euro 2020 roundup

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The Courier's sports sub-editors report on a mixed international break for the Home Nations, as England and Wales secured qualification to Euro 2020 whilst Northern Ireland, the...

How did the teams at the Rugby World Cup rate?

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It would be fair to say Rugby World Cup 2019 did not disappoint. Many countries used the opportunity of the World Cup to make a statement on the international stage. Established...

Japan blossom to dump Scots Out of World Cup

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Sport Editor and Scotland fan, Rory Ewart, dissects his team's performance against a blossoming Japan side...

Prorogation ruled “unlawful” by the Supreme Court, so what is it still doing in the rulebook?

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Ella Bending debates Boris Johnson's decision to prorogue parliament. ...