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Highland MSP criticises Scottish Government response to airport industrial action

Highland MSP criticises Scottish Government response to airport industrial action

Highland MSP criticises Scottish Government response to airport industrial action

28 March 2019

A HIGHLAND MSP has accused the Scottish Government of not having a contingency plan to counter the impact of strike action on the region’s airports.


College lecturers are on the picket line outside Inverness College UHI at Inverness Campus

College lecturers are on the picket line outside Inverness College UHI at Inverness Campus

College lecturers are on the picket line outside Inverness College UHI at Inverness Campus

21 March 2019

Members of the EIS Further Education Lecturers’ Association in Inverness have joined colleagues across Scotland in striking.


The SNP release a list of 67 ways the Highland economy could be hurt by Brexit

The SNP release a list of 67 ways the Highland economy could be hurt by Brexit

The SNP release a list of 67 ways the Highland economy could be hurt by Brexit

14 March 2019

The list contains points about EU funding, workers and how sectors like tourism could be hit


Highland MP renews calls for a People’s Vote on EU membership

Highland MP renews calls for a People’s Vote on EU membership

Highland MP renews calls for a People’s Vote on EU membership

13 March 2019

THE public must have a say over Brexit in a second EU referendum, Inverness MP Drew Hendry insists.


Humble Charles insists he's still the man for the job

Humble Charles insists he's still the man for the job

Humble Charles insists he's still the man for the job

02 June 2015

Charles Kennedy comes in out of the rain with his driver, a young lad who was making small talk about the long, tiresome road from Lochaber.


Highland voters back the No camp and take vote beyond 2 million

Highland voters back the No camp and take vote beyond 2 million

Highland voters back the No camp and take vote beyond 2 million

19 September 2014

VOTERS in the Highland Council area have backed the No camp in the independence referendum.


NO WINS REFERENDUM: Fife result puts No over the line

NO WINS REFERENDUM: Fife result puts No over the line

NO WINS REFERENDUM: Fife result puts No over the line

19 September 2014

SCOTLAND will remain within the union after the No campaign's victory in Fife handed it an unassailable lead in the referendum.


No win predicted; Salmond and Cameron react

No win predicted; Salmond and Cameron react

No win predicted; Salmond and Cameron react

19 September 2014

THE First Minister and Prime Minister have responded to predictions that the No campaign is heading for a 55% to 45% win in the independence referendum.


Ayrshire votes for No

Ayrshire votes for No

Ayrshire votes for No

19 September 2014

NORTH, South and East Ayshire have all voted for No in the referendum.


Glasgow votes Yes in independence ballot

Glasgow votes Yes in independence ballot

Glasgow votes Yes in independence ballot

19 September 2014

GLASGOW has given its backing to independence campaigners in the referendum.


Surprise results in Labour and SNP heartlands

Surprise results in Labour and SNP heartlands

Surprise results in Labour and SNP heartlands

19 September 2014

NORTH Lanarkshire and Perth & Kinross voters have gone against traditional party loyalties in the independence vote.


No 150,000 votes ahead with half of councils declared

No 150,000 votes ahead with half of councils declared

No 150,000 votes ahead with half of councils declared

19 September 2014

THE No campaign is almost 150,000 votes ahead of Yes with more than half of the council areas declared.


Five more declare - four for No, one for Yes

Five more declare - four for No, one for Yes

Five more declare - four for No, one for Yes

19 September 2014

DECLARATIONS are beginning to come in more swiftly.


Renfrewshire votes for No

Renfrewshire votes for No

Renfrewshire votes for No

19 September 2014

RENFREWSHIRE has voted in favour of a No vote in the independence referendum.


Dundee votes for Yes with 57% to 43% split

Dundee votes for Yes with 57% to 43% split

Dundee votes for Yes with 57% to 43% split

19 September 2014

DUNDEE became the first council area to declare for Yes in the independence referendum.


Just 86 votes separate Yes and No in Inverclyde

Just 86 votes separate Yes and No in Inverclyde

Just 86 votes separate Yes and No in Inverclyde

19 September 2014

ONLY 86 votes separated Yes and No in Inverclyde, with No winning by the slenderest of margins.


Comhairle Nan Eilean Siar votes No

Comhairle Nan Eilean Siar votes No

Comhairle Nan Eilean Siar votes No

19 September 2014

THE public have voted 53%-47% in favour of No in the independence referendum in Eilean Siar.


No wins in Shetland with 64% of vote

No wins in Shetland with 64% of vote

No wins in Shetland with 64% of vote

19 September 2014

SHETLAND has voted No in the independence referendum.


Orkney votes No with 67% share of vote

Orkney votes No with 67% share of vote

Orkney votes No with 67% share of vote

19 September 2014

ORKNEY has voted in favour of the No camp in the independence referendum.


No wins in Clackmannanshire

No wins in Clackmannanshire

No wins in Clackmannanshire

19 September 2014

THE first council area to declare in the independence referendum has been won by the No camp.


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