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  • Paranormal expert wants to revisit the Nessie legend
    Paranormal expert wants to revisit the Nessie legend
    Well it looks like the Loch Ness Monster is back in the news according today, Oct 20 reports from both The Scotsman and Aberdeen Press and Journal. Jonathan Bright is the paranormal investigator behind the new search, he's based off in Athens....
  • Loch Lomond Scotland
    Loch Lomond: Wedding destination with a fairy tale twist
    You've seen it: The shots in a movie that sweep across a beautiful lake and onto a quaint cottage nestled into trees along the bank. The couple, dressed in signature bride and groom wear, smile joyfully as they gaze into each others eyes and...
  • Scotland Decides
    Time to deliver devolution promises in Scotland
    September 18 was no ordinary day in Scotland. It was history in the making when record number of Scots voted in a referendum that provided them a rare chance to break away from the 307 year old union with the United Kingdom. Polls in the weeks...
  • Scotland stays with the UK
    Scotland opts to stay with the United Kingdom
    Scotland has decided to stay in the United Kingdom, keeping a 307-year-old agreement intact. Voters turned out in droves to have a say on whether or not they should become an independent nation, or continue their partnership with England.The...
  • Scotland decides to stay part of the United Kingdom
    Queen Elizabeth issues statement on Scotland referendum
    Queen Elizabeth has issued a statement on the Scotland independence vote, which was a No. Buckingham Palace released the statement Friday morning United Kingdom time, September 19, 2014. The Telegraph reported that 54% voted for Scotland to remain...
  • 307 Years And Counting
    307 Years And Counting
    For 307 years the countries of Scotland and England have joined at the hip. They are both part of the United Kingdom and they have just come to realize that they need each other to survive. The Scottish nation took to the polls and tested the...
  • Free money won out over freedom in Scottish Independence vote
    Free money won out over freedom in Scottish Independence vote
    On Sept. 18, Scotland opened the polls to see if their citizens wanted independence after 307 years of being under British sovereignty. And going into the day of the referendum vote, the polls showed a virtual toss up between the Yes's ...
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    Scotland Decided: Will remain part of United Kingdom
    After 32 counts, Scotland's Independence Referendum (popularized as the "IndyRef") yielded the results of 55.3 percent "No," 44.7 percent "Yes," for a pro-union victory in the voting according to the poll results...
  • The Sea House
    Elisabeth Gifford Discusses Allowing Honesty to Heal You
    What happens when you bring the truth of who you are and where you’ve been into the light? In her impressive debut novel, The Sea House (St. Martin’s Press/April 15, 2014/ISBN: 978-1250043344/$25.99), author Elisabeth Gifford...
  •  'Better Together' supporters celebrate the result of the Scottish referendum
    Scotland rejects independence but will get more autonomy
    The BBC reported on Friday that Scottish voters rejected a referendum to create an independent Scotland, thus keeping the over three hundred year union with England intact. Public policy analysts on both sides of the Atlantic breathed a sigh of...
  • Scotland says no to independence
    Scotland says no to independence
    News this morning is all about the Scottish referendum. The outcome of that referendum is that Scotland will continue to stay part of the United Kingdom, rejecting independence. The results were 55% wanting to remain part of the union and 45%...
  • Reports: Voters in Scotland vote to stay with UK
    Reports: Voters in Scotland vote to stay with UK
    Voters in Scotland on Thursday opted to stay a part of the United Kingdom, defeating a move to end a 307-year union and move forward as an independent country, a number of media outlets reported.According to Sky News, roughly 54 percent of voters...
  • Scottish independence could cause serious blows to British economy and banks
    Scottish independence could cause serious blows to British economy and banks
    On Sept. 18, the nation of Scotland is voting for its independence from Great Britain 307 years after it was consolidated into the British empire after a financial crisis during the 18th century. And while the media blitzes for and against...
  • Scotland votes on independence
    Could Scotland become the world's newest independent nation?
    Many people tend to think of the world’s borders as constant, rarely changing except in extreme cases. This is not the case, even in the modern world. New countries are often born from others, sometimes in cases of war as in South Sudan,...
  • Polling station
    Scotland vote for independence: Will they become their own country?
    Today is the day that Scotland will find out if it will become its own country. Everyone is headed to the voting polls today to choose yes or no. On Thursday, The Wall Street Journal shared that voters have started to cast their votes but there...