Tag Archives: Scotland
Watching the England national team walk out for a friendly at Celtic Park was somewhat akin to watching a matador walk into the arena to see the bull he had been fighting for years.
The Scottish Independence referendum has sent shockwaves around the rest of the United Kingdom and has opened up a whole new debate about a UK-wide devolution settlement.
After nearly three years of campaigning, the people of Scotland finally go to the ballot box today to say aye or naw to independence.
Both sides are mobilizing on the last day of campaigning before polling day tomorrow. According to the lasted polls the two sides are neck and neck, with a slight advantage for the unionists.
Written by James Price Luther Burrell and Mike Brown both scored as England produced a simple 20-0 win over a dreadful Scottish outfit at Murrayfield.
This season’s Six Nations Championship preparations will be ramped up next week as squads begin assembling before the opening games on February 1st.
With estimates putting the number at 100 million people homeless worldwide, the Homeless World Cup looks to use the beautiful game as the catalyst for positive change.
One half of Scottish band The Proclaimers, Charlie Reid, spoke to The Linc ahead of their upcoming performance in Lincoln on June 17th.