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Glenn Campbell
Political Correspondent, BBC Scotland News and Presenter with Shereen Nanjiani Thursdays 7.30pm BBC2 Scotland
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Glenn Campbell 6h
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The Scottish government will recommend Holyrood gives legislative consent for the UK govt’s Offensive Weapons bill which covers some devolved areas
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Glenn Campbell 6h
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Home Office action also follows a spate of fatal knife attacks in London, with 38 deaths by early May
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Glenn Campbell 6h
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Independent review of Bailey Gwynne stabbing called on Scottish govt to explore “further legislative controls” of online knife sales and Scottish ministers pushed for UK approach
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Glenn Campbell 6h
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New law will require online retailers to check purchasers are over 18 and will not allow knives and acids to be delivered to home addresses. More details here:
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Glenn Campbell 6h
Tighter controls of online knife sales, demanded by an independent review into the death of Aberdeen schoolboy Bailey Gwynne, are to be made law UK-wide by backed by
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Philip Sim Jun 19
The SNP appear to have updated their website just now, in light of Court of Session ruling on fracking. Given the Scottish government won with argument that it hasn't put in place a ban on fracking, probs sensible that party doesn't say govt "has put in place a ban on fracking"
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Glenn Campbell Jun 19
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The Conservatives say ministers have been “deliberately misleading” businesses and the public by claiming fracking is banned.
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Glenn Campbell Jun 19
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Is fracking banned then? says “we have to complete that strategic environmental assessment and a business regulatory impact assessment before we’ve reached a finalised position”.
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Glenn Campbell Jun 19
When’s a fracking ban not a ban? Energy minister says: “no fracking can take place in Scotland today as a result of the actions this government has taken”
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Glenn Campbell Jun 19
At Holyrood, calls for international mediation between Scottish and UK govts over powers dispute, minister Mike Russell says he’d welcome input from neutral source but can’t imagine UK agreeing to it
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Glenn Campbell Jun 16
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Cathy Peattie, who chairs Labour’s Scottish executive committee expressed “regret that they chose to jeopardise their membership of the party by doing an unauthorised deal with another political group and independent councillors”
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Glenn Campbell Jun 16
Scottish Labour’s ruling body has referred suspended Aberdeen councillors to UK party’s national constitutional committee for possible expulsion. Party opposes their decision to form administration with Conservatives and independents.
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Glenn Campbell Jun 16
When I drew 🇮🇸 in the office sweepstake, I was not overwhelmed. But after watching them hold 🇦🇷 to a 1-1 draw, I will be cheering them all the way.
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David Pratt Jun 15
I studied and taught there, learned to see and render the world in images. Last night I made photographs of Glasgow School of Art that I so wish there had never been any need to make. Heartbreaking… again
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Timeline Jun 14
Look who bumped into today! will be on later discussing his journey into the world of children's books! BBC 2 SCOTLAND 1930
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Glenn Campbell Jun 14
Interesting. Await Commons statement by with interest
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Glenn Campbell Jun 14
On Radio Scotland states SNP intention to frustrate UK government over , Conservative suggests there’s still time to amend EU Withdrawal Bill in Lords
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Glenn Campbell Jun 13
Westminster, yes. Holyrood, postponed.
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Torcuil Crichton Jun 13
Insert outrage/disappointment here - alleged list of points of order for SNP MPs found on Commons benches by Patrick McLaughlin and now being circulated.
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Glenn Campbell Jun 13
First minister ⁦⁩ says UK approach to devolution “completely contemptuous and disrespectful” ... considering “all options” in response
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