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Elisabeth O'Leary

'Bombshell'? EU court to hear case on halting Brexit

21 Sep 2018

EDINBURGH A legal appeal to decide if Britain alone can change its mind about leaving the European Union should be given consideration by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), Scotland's highest court said on Friday in a boost to anti-Brexit campaigners.

'Bombshell'? EU court to hear case on halting Brexit

21 Sep 2018

EDINBURGH A legal appeal to decide if Britain alone can change its mind about leaving the European Union should be given consideration by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), Scotland's highest court said on Friday in a boost to anti-Brexit campaigners.

Fire in the belly: Bold V&A museum transforms Scotland's Dundee

12 Sep 2018

DUNDEE, Scotland An architectural gem on Scotland's northeastern coast in the angled shape of design museum V&A Dundee has sparked hopes of a new start for a long-forgotten city. | Video

British beef would be 'uncompetitive overnight' after no-deal Brexit - food officials

11 Sep 2018

EDINBURGH Some British food, including beef and lamb, would become "uncompetitive overnight" on foreign markets in the event of a no-deal Brexit, food industry representatives told members of parliament on Monday.

British beef would be "uncompetitive overnight" after no-deal Brexit - food officials

10 Sep 2018

EDINBURGH, Sept 10 Some British food, including beef and lamb, would become "uncompetitive overnight" on foreign markets in the event of a no-deal Brexit, food industry representatives told lawmakers on Monday.

Fuelling independence? Scotland's oil hub embraces green energy

08 Sep 2018

ABERDEEN, Scotland Scotland's leader Nicola Sturgeon launched on Friday a major renewable energy project boasting the world's most powerful wind turbines, which she hopes will also propel the independence ambitions of her nationalist party.

Scotland's budget gap falls, Sturgeon warns of Brexit danger

22 Aug 2018

GLASGOW, Scotland Scotland's large budget deficit shrank in the last financial year to its lowest since 2012 but remained far larger in percentage terms than that of the United Kingdom as a whole, Scottish government data showed on Wednesday.

From Russia with attitude - Pussy Riot slates Kremlin at Fringe

17 Aug 2018

EDINBURGH Screaming, chanting, and torrents of religious-style vocals are the backdrop to Pussy Riot's Edinburgh Fringe show, which centres on the real-life trial and imprisonment of Russian frontwoman Maria Alyokhina. | Video

Life on the edge: Scottish rapper probes UK wealth gap at Fringe

13 Aug 2018

EDINBURGH Scottish writer Darren McGarvey's one-man show at the Edinburgh Fringe, informed by his own violent and addictive past, is a powerful insight into Britain's wealth gap via rap and acid comedy.

Edinburgh festival authors face 'Kafkaesque' UK visa process

11 Aug 2018

EDINBURGH Foreign authors invited to Edinburgh to appear in the world's biggest arts festival are being put off by a British visa process which organizers say is humiliating and Kafkaesque. | Video

World News

Maldives extends voting in tense presidential election

The Maldives extended voting in the presidential election, in which Abdulla Yameen is expected to cement his grip on power, amid criticism over the fairness of the poll in the islands, best known as a luxury holiday destination.