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First Minister condemns anti-Catholic bigotry

Image: Belfast Telegraph   First Minister condemns anti-Catholic bigotry   First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has publicly condemned anti-Catholic bigotry during First Minister’s Questions in the Scottish Parliament.   Responding to ...

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Scotland’s ageing population poses real risk to country’s future

  Scotland’s ageing population poses real risk to country’s future   The Scottish Parliament Finance and Constitution Committee has said that Scotland’s ageing population poses a “real risk” to the ...

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Scottish bishops elect new office bearers

  Scottish bishops elect new office bearers    At their meeting on Wednesday 7 November 2018, the members of the Bishops’ Conference of Scotland elected the following office bearers, who ...

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One in three Scottish men have had suicidal thoughts

Image: pressandjournal.co.uk   One in three Scottish men have had suicidal thoughts    A survey of 486 men in Scotland has found that 37 per cent have thought about suicide ...

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Bishop offers support to all those affected by Michelin plant closure in Dundee

Image: Belfast Telegraph   Bishop offers support to all those affected by Michelin plant closure in Dundee   Bishop Stephen Robson, Bishop of Dunkeld, has offered his support and prayers ...

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New bid to legalise assisted suicide in Scotland

  New bid to legalise assisted suicide in Scotland   A few MSPs and campaigners are planning a fresh attempt to legalise assisted suicide in Scotland. We cannot simply sit ...

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Universal Credit: food bank demand at record high as starving families raid waste skips to feed themselves

Image: skynews.com   Universal Credit: food bank demand at record high as starving families raid waste skips to feed themselves   The Trussell Trust says that demand for food banks ...

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Organ donation: government opt-out bill is ‘misleading’

Organ donation: government opt-out bill is ‘misleading’   Dr Calum MacKellar of the Scottish Council on Human Bioethics has criticised the Scottish Government for misleading the public with its opt-out ...

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Radical abortion bill unlikely to become law

Radical abortion bill unlikely to become law   Campaigners have expressed relief that a radical abortion bill brought forward by Diana Johnson MP is unlikely to become law.   Ms ...

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Vatican diplomat renews calls for nuclear disarmament

Image: Vatican News   Vatican diplomat renews calls for nuclear disarmament   Archbishop Bernardito Auza (pictured), Apostolic Nuncio and Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations, has ...

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