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Brexit – Scottish Prime Minister says Scotland can leave the UK if there is no new referendum on Brexit Brexit Scotland 

Brexit – Scottish Prime Minister says Scotland can leave the UK if there is no new referendum on Brexit

Scotland may leave the UK if no further referendum is held on the abolition of UK membership of the European Union (Brexit), said the Scottish Prime Minister in his statement on Wednesday in the German newspaper Bild. Nicola Sturgeon urged the closure of the Brexit process and the announcement of another referendum as the largest German newspaper. As he said,... Read More
The fake is the rare, old Scottish spit more than a third Gastronomy Scotland 

The fake is the rare, old Scottish spit more than a third

A fake has proven to be more than one-third of the rare, old Scotch spells during a scientific study – the BBC’s website reported on Thursday. Fifty-five bottles of rare Scotch twigs were fake or fake, or not the year that the label was making. The study was conducted at the East Kilbride Environmental Science Research Center (SUERC) at the... Read More
With the Scottish national flag they light up the Chain Chain Scotland 

With the Scottish national flag they light up the Chain Chain

Shown with the Scottish national flag colors, blue and white decorative lighting will be received on Fridays and Saturdays in honor of the Chain Bridge, Scotland National Day, St. Andrew’s Day. On the occasion of the engagement of the festive light painting, British Ambassador Iain Lindsay will celebrate a festive welcome at Eötvös Square near the Pest bridgehead of the... Read More
Brexit – Scottish Prime Minister: Scotland can only decide on its own fate as an independent country Brexit Scotland 

Brexit – Scottish Prime Minister: Scotland can only decide on its own fate as an independent country

According to the Scottish prime minister, the termination of British membership of the European Union (Brexit) is a serious problem for Scotland, especially because the decision on Scotland’s future is currently governed by the UK government and can only be solved by Scottish independence. Nicola Sturgeon, in his closing speech at the annual congress of the Scottish National Party (SNP),... Read More
Brexit – Scottish Prime Minister: “Inevitable” Scotland becomes independent Brexit Scotland 

Brexit – Scottish Prime Minister: “Inevitable” Scotland becomes independent

According to the Scottish prime minister, Scotland will be an “inevitably” independent country, and its likelihood will be strengthened by the expiry of British membership of the European Union (Brexit). Nicola Sturgeon, speaking on BBC’s public television on the opening day of the annual congress of the Scottish National Party (SNP), which is in charge of Scotland’s Independence, declared on... Read More
Brexit – Scottish Prime Minister: If there is no agreement, postponement has to be postponed Brexit Scotland 

Brexit – Scottish Prime Minister: If there is no agreement, postponement has to be postponed

According to the Scottish prime minister, Britain has to postpone Britain’s next March exit from the European Union (Brexit) unless a comprehensive agreement on the conditions of future relations is reached. Nicola Sturgeon on Thursday announced BBC television, saying that his party, the Scottish National Party (SNP), governor of Scotland, would not be on the verge of a new referendum... Read More
Brexit – The Scottish Prime Minister is expecting a “Plan B” from the British Prime Minister Brexit Scotland 

Brexit – The Scottish Prime Minister is expecting a “Plan B” from the British Prime Minister

Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to draft Plan B Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon in case the British government fails to adopt the package of proposals announced in July on the expiry of the UK’s membership of the European Union and future relations with the European Commission. The two politicians were discussing Brexit on Tuesday in Edinburgh, but the main... Read More
A record number of tourists visited Scottish whiskey sweepers last year Gastronomy Scotland 

A record number of tourists visited Scottish whiskey sweepers last year

A record number of tourists visited last year on Scottish whiskey sweepers as reported on Wednesday. The number of visitors reached 1.9 million, an increase of 11.4 percent compared to 2016, said Scotch Whiskey Association. Tourists also spent spending, visitor center revenues rose 15.6 percent to 60.9 million pounds. Most tourists came from Germany and the United States, then from... Read More
In Scotland, more than half of the population are registered as organ donors Scotland United Kingdom 

In Scotland, more than half of the population are registered as organ donors

In Scotland, more than half of the population, 50.4 percent of registered organ donors, is the highest rate reported by the United Kingdom on Wednesday. According to the British donor list in July, a total of 2,724,358 residents have been admitted to the register in Scotland, where approximately 550 are currently waiting for life-saving organ or tissue transplantation. The share... Read More
More and more people are urging us to relax the use of abortion tablets in England Scotland United Kingdom 

More and more people are urging us to relax the use of abortion tablets in England

More people are urging the UK to abolish the rules on the use of abortion tablets, many women bypassing the law by ending pregnancy at home using pills on the Internet. Politicians, doctors and lawmakers want to get women, like Scotland and Wales, allowed in England to get the second of the two pills required at home. Currently, they can... Read More
They found a golf ball sized gold bullion in Scotland Scotland 

They found a golf ball sized gold bullion in Scotland

They found a huge gold bullion of fifty thousand pounds in a Scotland river. The 85.7 grams catch is Thursday for five hundred years the largest in the UK. The site is kept secret so that goldsmiths do not flood the area. Douglas Nugget, a golf ball-sized clone, was found two years ago, but has been kept secret so far.... Read More
Sturgeon: Scotland does not want to leave the EU’s single market and the customs union        Brexit Scotland 

Sturgeon: Scotland does not want to leave the EU’s single market and the customs union     

Scotland does not want to leave the European Union’s unified internal market and the customs union after the planned exit from the United Kingdom, said Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon in Brussels on Monday. The head of government reported on Monday at the Politico news portal that he had met with Michel Barnier, the EU’s Brexit chief negotiator, and told... Read More
Scotland would retain the pound for ten years even when it became independent Scotland 

Scotland would retain the pound for ten years even when it became independent

Even if Scotland became independent, it would retain Britain’s pound as a currency for at least ten years, but this time it would not seek an official currency union with Great Britain – is based on the comprehensive economic study of the Scottish National Party (SNP) in Scotland. According to the extensive 348-page document, with a short summary of 55... Read More
An 8-year-old has proved that Loch Ness monster exists? – video Scotland 

An 8-year-old has proved that Loch Ness monster exists? – video

An 8-year-old girl has proven that something really lurks in the depths of Ness Lake? The 8-year anniversary of Laria Annand can be evidence of Loch Ness monster more than a mythical creature – writes Metro. In her video with her grandmother, she does not know exactly what she is, but she has noticed the strange strange movement in the... Read More
The Scottish Parliament rejected the bill of release Scotland 

The Scottish Parliament rejected the bill of release

With a symbolic decision, the Scottish Parliament rejected the bill on the termination of British EU membership. The decision of the Edinburgh legislature does not impose any legal obligation on the British government of the Conservative Party. London, however, is likely to avoid intensifying the conflict with the Scottish government and further negotiations with Scotland on the exit law are... Read More
Coming news came from Sir Alex Ferguson’s status Scotland Sports 

Coming news came from Sir Alex Ferguson’s status

According to British reports, the condition of Sir Alex Ferguson has improved, he is already talking to his family members of the Scottish gymnastics who got strokes on Saturday. The Daily Mail reports that the reactions of Manchester United’s previous successor to Cairo give cause for optimism to those close to him. Sun also learned that Fergie was already able... Read More
The end of cheap drinking in Scotland Scotland 

The end of cheap drinking in Scotland

End of cheap drinking in Scotland: the law passed by the Edinburgh Parliament for six years, but due to lengthy legal battles, the law on the market of small quantities of algae has increased considerably on Tuesday. The price increase for some drinks is very significant: for the two liters of strong cider, which has an alcohol content that exceeds... Read More
Two Scottish boys launched a toy boat around the world – Here you can see where you are going Interesting Facts Scotland 

Two Scottish boys launched a toy boat around the world – Here you can see where you are going

Scotland – Two young boys have decided in May last year to launch their small boat around the world, which they can trace through a transmitter. 444.hu wrote about the two brothers who made the HMV Adventure their Playmobil pirate ship to the water to begin their world-wide journey. The 6 and 9 year old brothers have mounted a vessel... Read More
Mysterious aurora Steve seen from Scotland Scotland 

Mysterious aurora Steve seen from Scotland

A mysterious phenomenon dubbed Steve has been spotted by stargazers in Scotland. More properly described as a Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement, it was seen during displays of the Aurora Borealis overnight. Astronomers are trying to better understand the phenomenon, and Nasa is funding a citizen science project seeking sighting of the aurora. It was seen from the isles of... Read More
Scottish court: it is pointless to ask the EU court whether the Brexit process can be resolved       Brexit Scotland United Kingdom 

Scottish court: it is pointless to ask the EU court whether the Brexit process can be resolved   

The Scottish Judicial Forum on Civil Affairs rejected a motion for a petition from the initiative of a lawmaker from the European Union court to ask Britain to unilaterally halt the process leading to the abolition of UK membership. Judge announcing the order is unnecessary, as there is no formal shutdown of the Brexit process on the agenda. Prime Minister... Read More
Scotland would have to put billions into hardcore Brexit Brexit Scotland 

Scotland would have to put billions into hardcore Brexit

According to the Scottish government, the Scottish economy would have billions of hard brexes, ie if Britain would leave the European Union without agreement. The 58-page study of the Scottish Government on Monday contains economic calculations for several scenarios. According to the most unfavorable, modeling the consequences of the harsh Brexit, by 2030, Scotland’s total domestic product (GDP) would remain... Read More
Scottish Prime Minister: Independence offers the best future for Scotland Brexit Scotland 

Scottish Prime Minister: Independence offers the best future for Scotland

According to the Scottish prime minister, independence continues to offer the best future for Scotland, but the decision on this will be due once the conditionality of the termination of the British EU membership has been outlined. Nicola Sturgeon in BBC television’s Sunday political magazine shows: “There is a great deal of confusion” on the future of Britain and the... Read More
Such minerals have not yet been found on Earth Scotland 

Such minerals have not yet been found on Earth

Mineral minerals were found on Scotland’s Skye Island. A 60-million-year-old meteorite impact on Earth could come to an end. The geologists at the University of London originally wanted to study volcanic rocks on the island when they came across extremely special minerals. The results are presented in the journal GeoScienceWorld. During the research, scientists studied a 1 meter thick layer... Read More
Again, blue will be a British passport     Scotland United Kingdom 

Again, blue will be a British passport  

Britain, after EU membership expires, reaffirms the traditional Blue British passport instead of the current borderline. According to the British Ministry of Interior’s Friday announcement, the blue British passport will be released again from October 2019. An inscription on the European Union, on which the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is, and then the official coat of... Read More
You have to pay more for alcohol than ever before Scotland 

You have to pay more for alcohol than ever before

The Scottish government does not expand, and despite the social consultation from the beginning of December to the end of January, it seems to be a fact to consider raising the mandatory minimum price of alcoholic beverages from 1 May. The measure is backed by the reduction of alcohol consumption, but according to a report, the government can even overcome... Read More
Scottish government: billionaires benefit the Scottish economy by foreign EU workers       Brexit Scotland 

Scottish government: billionaires benefit the Scottish economy by foreign EU workers    

According to the calculations of the Scottish government, billions of pounds a year will benefit the Scottish economy by foreign EU workers working in Scotland. The Government of the Scottish National Party (SNP), which aspired to independence, submitted its study to the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), which is a part of the British Ministry of Home Affairs. The task of... Read More
Hurricane – Deadly deaths, hundreds of thousands without electricity in Ireland and the UK       Scotland United Kingdom 

Hurricane – Deadly deaths, hundreds of thousands without electricity in Ireland and the UK    

Three died in Monday’s hurricane Ophelia in the British Isles. Due to the tropical storm of 120-150 kilometers per hour of gusts, hundreds of thousands of people remained without power. All three victims of the sentence were killed in Ireland. A woman and a man died when they chose wood on their car, and a man tried to remove a... Read More
Alarms and school closures in Ireland and Great Britain before the hurricane Ophelia arrives       Scotland United Kingdom 

Alarms and school closures in Ireland and Great Britain before the hurricane Ophelia arrives    

Weather alerts have been issued by the Irish and British meteorological services before the arrival of Hurricane Ophelia on Monday afternoon. Hurricanes are said to be stormy by the time they reach the British Isles, but even winds of orchid and flooding in the affected areas have to be counted. According to the latest forecast for Monday morning, the storm... Read More
Scottish Prime Minister: Scotland wants foreign nationals to stay in Scotland        Brexit Scotland 

Scottish Prime Minister: Scotland wants foreign nationals to stay in Scotland     

Scotland welcomes foreign nationals living and working there, appreciates their work and wants to stay in Scotland after the expiration of Brex, that is, after the expiration of the British EU membership – the Scottish prime minister said on Tuesday. Nicola Sturgeon, speaking on the closing day of the annual Congress of the Scottish National Party (SNP), governor of Scotland,... Read More
Scotland would pay the extra costs of EU citizens working in public services         Brexit Scotland 

Scotland would pay the extra costs of EU citizens working in public services      

According to the Scottish Prime Minister, if the British government were to reimburse the UK’s long-term resident rights to Brex, ie after the end of British membership of the EU, the Scottish government would pay this cost in the Scottish public service sector, for example, EU workers. Nicola Sturgeon stated on BBC television’s Sunday political magazine magazine that Scotland would... Read More
Plushes traveling with children can now get a luggage tag at Glasgow Airport         Scotland 

Plushes traveling with children can now get a luggage tag at Glasgow Airport      

Plushes traveling with children can now get a luggage tag at Glasgow Airport, Scotland, whose staff decided to use all their power to return to their missed games. Every year hundreds of teddy bears and other plush toys remain on board the airport or on board the flights. In the past three months, 21 plush figures – ranging from huge... Read More
Scottish nuns concealed the deaths of hundreds of children, buried in mass graves Scotland 

Scottish nuns concealed the deaths of hundreds of children, buried in mass graves

A story about a real horror film scene was discovered in Scotland. By the year 1981, the nurses maintained the orphanage at Smyllum Park in Lanarkshire, the researchers found the mass of 400 children’s remains – writes Telegraph. Earlier it was suspected that many of the children who died in the orphanage were buried in an unmarked grave, but according... Read More
The longest ferry-wire road bridge in the world has opened in Scotland Scotland United Kingdom 

The longest ferry-wire road bridge in the world has opened in Scotland

 The British ruler inaugurated on Monday in Scotland the world’s longest ferrite cable road bridge, which is Britain’s tallest such building.     The Queensferry Crossing bridge is characterized by the fact that the three cable pegs are inclined directly to the bridle, leading to the bridge body, ie, they do not branch vertically along the longitudinal ropes.     The bridge connects the... Read More
High-speed rail links connect London and Scotland next year Scotland United Kingdom 

High-speed rail links connect London and Scotland next year

  High-speed rail links connect London and Scotland next year, and shorten travel times on many lines. The Virgin railway company, in partnership with the state-of-the-art Hitachi Japanese company, develops the new service that replaces forty-year trains. One of the Azuma fittings was first tested on a railroad track on Wednesday, and the train made the way between Doncaster and... Read More
A tourist tax is being considered by an idyllic Scottish island Scotland 

A tourist tax is being considered by an idyllic Scottish island

  Considering the introduction of a tourist tax on Scotland’s Skye Island to reduce visitors’ floods. The northwestern coast of Scotland belongs to the Hebrides, the largest and the northernmost member of the Inner Hebrides. It has become a popular destination recently, thanks to the scenic backdrop for films such as Macbeth, The Friendly Giant, Prometheus and Michael Fassbender. Kanye... Read More
At the Edinburgh Fringe Art Festival, the Recirquel Society will appear Culture Scotland 

At the Edinburgh Fringe Art Festival, the Recirquel Society will appear

After 10 years, he will be a Hungarian actor again for the Edison Fringe Art Festival, one of the world’s largest festivals: the Recirquel Newcircus Company will be able to present the Paris Night at 22 times. The 70th Fringe Festival hosts more than 3000 productions this year, Recirquel, which, after many international appearances, was the first Hungarian company to... Read More
Considering the introduction of a tourist tax on Scotland’s Skye Island to reduce visitors’ floods.       Scotland 

Considering the introduction of a tourist tax on Scotland’s Skye Island to reduce visitors’ floods.     

A tourist tax is being considered by an idyllic Scottish island The northwestern coast of Scotland belongs to the Hebrides, the largest and the northernmost member of the Inner Hebrides. It has become a popular destination recently, thanks to the scenic backdrop for films such as Macbeth, The Friendly Giant, Prometheus and Michael Fassbender. Kanye West and Harry Styles filmed... Read More
Scottish island for sale, then for £ 4.2m Scotland 

Scottish island for sale, then for £ 4.2m

After 70 years, it is possible for anyone to purchase the Ulva Islands in West-Scotland, the Inner Hebrides, for 4.2 million pounds. The exact amount is 4,250,000 pounds, announced by Knight Frank realtor at businessinsider.com. The island has to know that it has the characteristics of beautiful Scottish landscapes, the incredibly beautiful rocky shores, the emerald green grasslands and woodland... Read More
Here is the option of renting a room and a library for £ 36 per day in Scotland Scotland 

Here is the option of renting a room and a library for £ 36 per day in Scotland

No, this amount is not the earnings, so much to pay for it! In addition to the accommodation announced on Airbnb, Wigtown is in the Dumfries and Galloway district of West Scotland, although the applicant has to pay. Many people dream of being able to do anything in life, open a pub, a confectioner or a bookstore. One of the... Read More
Nicola Sturgeon: The Scottish government does not yet plan for a new referendum on independence Brexit Scotland 

Nicola Sturgeon: The Scottish government does not yet plan for a new referendum on independence

 The Scottish government is not yet presenting a bill to call for a new referendum on independence, but waits until clarification of Brex, ie the conditions for expulsion of British membership, said Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon.     Sturgeon, speaking in the House of Parliament, stated that in the weeks of the British parliamentary elections in Britain on June 8 and... Read More
 At the end of the Brexit process, a new referendum on independence would be justified Brexit Scotland 

 At the end of the Brexit process, a new referendum on independence would be justified

According to the election program of the Scottish National Party (SNP), Scotland, Tuesday, a new referendum on Scottish independence would be justified at the end of the series of negotiations on the conditions for expulsion of British EU membership.     The 48-page program was premiered by Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon at the SNP election campaign in Perth, Scotland. According to... Read More
The unmatched Viking treasures will be exhibited at the National Museum of Scotland Scotland 

The unmatched Viking treasures will be exhibited at the National Museum of Scotland

  The Edinburgh National Museum in Edinburgh will be home to one of the biggest viking quests found in Britain, but first the museum has to pay about two million pounds to discover the unusually rich find. A thousand-year-old finds Dereck McLennan’s amateur treasure hunter appeared in a garden in a Galloway church in Scotland in August 2014. More than a... Read More
Bicycling to work can reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease Scotland 

Bicycling to work can reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease

    Bicycling to work can significantly reduce the risk of cancer and cardiovascular deaths, according to researchers in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) study published in the UK Medical Journal.     The experts at the University of Glasgow have volunteered their research into more than 264,000 volunteers – an average 53-year-old – in the UK Biobank Health Study. (The project was initiated... Read More
Scottish referendum – Nicola Sturgeon: “no rational reason” to prevent another referendum Scotland 

Scottish referendum – Nicola Sturgeon: “no rational reason” to prevent another referendum

 According to Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon “no rational reason” to prevent another Scottish referendum on independence.     Sturgeon explained this in a letter to Theresa May on Friday British Prime Minister had sent to the prime minister office in London, the British government officially asking permission of another independence referendum to burn.     moment of writing and sending the letter symbolic... Read More