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Tatchell calls on Salmond to condemn homophobia in the Commonwealth Political campaigner Peter Tatchell has called on leading politicians to speak out against homophobia Campaigner Peter Tatchell has called on First Minister Alex Salmond to condemn
Scotland's First Minster Alex Salmond, leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP), will make his final speech in England before the referendum...Alex Salmond will tell people in Liverpool that only a "Yes" vote in the referendum will protect
The Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond has been accused of trying to bully business leaders into dropping a report on the impacts of independence. The accusations relate to a briefing paper published in March by the country's financial services
Former Scotland First Minister Lord McConnell has strongly criticised both sides of the independence campaign for failing voters with what he called complacent and negative tactics. With less than 100 days to go to the referendum, the Labour peer
Judy Murray questions how the Scottish First Minister was even allowed to have the Saltire flag inside the Royal Box last year. Speaking on Radio 4's Desert Island Discs, she says: Like most politicians they sense an opportunity and they go for it.
Independence would give young people in Scotland the "opportunity of a lifetime", according to the first minister. Alex Salmond said young Scots were at the heart of the referendum debate and could "build a better country". Mr Salmond was speaking
Scotland's island communities would get all money generated from leasing the seabed in the event of independence, First Minister Alex Salmond has said. The move came as he outlined plans to give authorities in Orkney, Shetland and the Western Isles
Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond has faced new calls to sack one of his senior advisers who made a false claim about the mother of a disabled child. Campbell Gunn emailed a newspaper to complain about Clare Lally's description as an "ordinary mum"
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond said comments by Sweden's foreign minister on Scottish independence were "very foolish". Carl Bildt suggested a "Yes" vote would lead to the "Balkanisation of the British Isles" and set off "unforeseen chain
Alex Salmond has said it would be "very foolish" to rely on promises of more powers for the devolved Scottish Parliament ahead of the referendum. The three main pro-union parties have all said they would give Holyrood new tax-raising powers if voters