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Scotland invited to make its bloody mind up

there'll be a gloaming in their roamingsEngland, Wales and Northern Ireland, the other three constituent parts of the Divided Kingdom, have come together to ask Scotland if it wouldn’t mind pouring itself a nice glass of Irn-Bru and sorting its head out once and for all. This follows a referendum last year in which Scotland voted strongly against independence and a general election earlier this month in which it voted overwhelmingly for a party whose sole purpose is to secure independence.

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Posted: May 19th, 2015
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Scotland can set price of Irn Bru, says Prime Minister

Discussions in Edinburgh, described as ‘heated’, between David Cameron and Nicola Sturgeon have led to the first concessions being made: the Scottish Assembly is now able to set the price of Scotland’s unofficial national drink, Irn Bru, north of the border.

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Posted: May 15th, 2015
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Refugees rescued as they attempt to flee Scotland

Around 3,500 English migrants attempting to cross the treacherous waters of the River Tweed back to England in overloaded, ramshackle boats have had to be rescued by the emergency services.

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Posted: May 11th, 2015
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Scottish National Party to launch takeover of UKIP

City analysts have announced that they believe that the SNP will attempt to take over at least one mainstream UK political party in order to expand south of the border, with UKIP being their preferred choice.

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Posted: May 10th, 2015
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Scottish Labour MPs ‘near extinction’, captive breeding program proposed

'Just lie back and think of Scottish Labour'Fears are growing for the Scottish Labour MP after a recent report suggests there may be only a single individual left in the wild. Experts have proposed a captive breeding program at Edinburgh Zoo to help increase their numbers for eventual release.

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Posted: May 8th, 2015
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