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Stuart Campbell of Wings Over Scotland arrested on suspicion of harassment and malicious communications

Today it has been widely reported that Stuart Campbell, 49, of Wings Over Scotland fame has been arrested on "suspicion of harassment and malicious communications". Mr Campbell has been bailed pending further enquiries.

The Wings Over Scotland Twitter account posted a cryptic message before the arrest was made public. The Tweet reads: "For sucky reasons totally outwith my control (don't ask), posts on Wings will be very sparse for an unknown period. Sorry, folks."

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Ex-SNP MP wants dialogue and apology from Nicola Sturgeon

Michelle Thomson has been speaking to the press since being told by the Crown Office that she would not be prosecuted due to the "absence of sufficient credible and reliable evidence". The Crown Office decision came after "careful consideration of the facts and circumstances of the case".

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Glasgow homelessness funding is now lower than it was 10 years ago

Glasgow homelessness funding has been slashed once again.

Glasgow Labour MSP, Johann Lamont, requested the figures from the Scottish Government. They show that despite a four year rise from 2012/13 to 2015/16 funding has now dipped to below where it was in 2006/07.

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EX-SNP MP Michelle Thomson - No prosecution due to the 'absence of sufficient credible and reliable evidence'

Ex-SNP MP Michelle Thomson has been notified that she not face any criminal proceedings. The Crown Office has now concluded that there should be "no criminal proceedings at this time".

The Crown Office said this was due to an "absence of sufficient credible and reliable evidence", with the decision coming after "careful consideration of the facts and circumstances of the case".

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SNP MP Ian Blackford promotes step-son to 'senior caseworker'

SNP MP and leader of the Westminster group, Ian Blackford, has been accused of nepotism after promoting his step-son, John O'Leary, to the position of Senior Case Worker.

Blackford's step-son is now entitled to a salary in excess of £35,000. This is believed to be an increase of over £7,500.

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Scottish Government win vote to merge British Transport Police with Police Scotland

Despite widespread opposition Holyrood has voted for the British Transport Police in Scotland to be merged with the national force, Police Scotland.

The Conservatives, Labour and Liberal Democrats all opposed the move but MSPs voted by 68 to 53 in favour of the Railway Policing Bill.

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HMS Queen Elizabeth leaves Rosyth for sea trials

Britain's largest ever warship, HMS Queen Elizabeth, slipped out of Rosyth dockyard to begin sea trials. The 65,000 ton aircraft carrier slipped into open water through an exit with only 14in clearance on either side and 20in of water under the keel.

How many SNP MPs acknowledged the slipping out of HMS Elizabeth ready to begin sea trials?

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Ruth Davidson - CAP Payments - culture of secrecy and denial in the SNP government goes right to the top

For the second year in a row the Scottish Government are failing the farming community. Reports indicate that Nicola Sturgeon's government had approached the European Commission asking for an extension to the deadline of 30th June.

This catastrophe has been blamed on a failing £178 million computer system designed to make the payments to Scotland's farmers.

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Scottish Conservative Leader Ruth Davidson made honorary Colonel of 32 Signals Regiment

Scottish Conservative Leader, Ruth Davidson, is "delighted" to be become an honorary Colonel of 32 Signals Regiment - a regiment she was formerly a member of.

The position is typically carried out by a retired senior military officer or member of the Royal Family but Ruth Davidson will hold the position for the next five years. The role entails being a figurehead for the regiment as well as a counsellor and supporter for its commanding officer and leadership teams.

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Ofcom rules farmer John Shedden was unfairly treated in SNP political broadcast

Ofcom have ruled that a farmer was unfairly treated in an SNP political broadcast.

East Lothian farmer, John Shedden, was told the filming was part of a Scottish government information film. He had no idea that he would be featured in a Scottish National Party political broadcast.

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Nurse at centre of SNP foodbank row harassed in restaurant by Scottish Nationalist

The Scottish Nationalist harassment of Nurse Claire Austin continues.

A new video has emerged - posted by Twitter user @Logicsrock showing Nurse Claire Austin being harassed whilst in a restaurant.

Ms Austin hit the headlines in May of this year when she asked Nicola Sturgeon some searching questions during a live TV debate. Ms Austin, a nurse, admitted to having to resort to using foodbanks in order to survive.

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