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Labour said an "extremely large" number of people have put themselves forward to succeed the late David Cairns as the new MP for Inverclyde. Twenty-five people have submitted their names for selection in the Inverclyde by-election...He held the seat
Members of Holyrood's standards committee said Nationalist back-bencher Kenneth Gibson had failed to register interests in a property he owned in time...Committee members agreed Mr Gibson, the MSP for Cunninghame North, had breached both the MSPs'
May's Scottish Parliament elections will be counted by hand after more than 140,000 ballot papers were spoiled in the 2007 Holyrood poll when electronic counting was used. Scottish Secretary Michael Moore said the move would help next year's election
Concerns appear to have been raised after a late flurry of new members, mostly with Asian names, was reported in the west of Scotland region. Many of the new members had previously been identified as Conservative voters and their membership fees of £
The special place that makes title of new Lord McConnell Published Date: 21 June 2010 THE former First Minister Jack McConnell has gone back to his Arran roots for his new role in the House of Lords. Mr McConnell will take the title Lord McConnell of
Party members nominated Mr Henry, who was standing against Ken McIntosh, by 63 votes to 54 as their candidate in Renfrewshire South. The new seat takes in parts of the existing Eastwood and Paisley South seats, currently held by Mr McIntosh and Mr
Ministers warned over the dangers of unforgettable election nights Published Date: 11 February 2010 A NEW law forcing general election counts to take place at night might not be workable, ministers were warned yesterday. A row broke out after