Thursday, August 18, 2022

Tag: EU

Scots could pay for university tuition

SCOTTISH students will have to pay tuition fees if the SNP are to charge EU students for university education. A European law states that countries...

Scots herbal remedy store faces closure over new EU laws

NEW EU laws are threatening one of Scotland’s oldest herbal remedy firms. Napiers, which has been trading for 150 yrears, has gone into provisional liquidation...

Inuit sealskins come to the rescue of Scotland’s under-threat sporran industry

By Oliver Farrimond SCOTLAND’S under-threat sporran industry has seen help arrive from an unlikely quarter – Eskimos. Faced with tough anti-sealskin EU legislation, fears have been...

Old Labour government planned to give Scotland more international powers

By Rory Reynolds A LABOUR government planned to give Scots control over their foreign policy to appease “maverick” nationalists, according to newly declassified documents. James Callaghan’s...

A quarter of paediatric junior doctors are on maternity leave

By Cara Sulieman A SENIOR medic is warning of a dramatic shortage in doctors working on specialist children’s wards after a mini baby boom wiped out...

Scientists develop bomb pill for cancer

By Cara Sulieman SCIENTISTS are developing a new stealth pill to treat cancer. They plan to use a tiny capsule to carry a ‘bomb’ laden with...

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