• Champion swimmer visits Glasgow ahead of World Championships

    Paralympic champion swimmer, Ellie Simmonds, has returned to Glasgow to tell of her excitement at competing in the IPC World Swimming Championships in Tollcross this summer.

  • LibDems hope to win alternative vote

    The Scottish Liberal Democrat campaign was kicked off by leader Willie Rennie with a visit to East Dunbartonshire candidate and Business Minister Jo Swinson.

  • Numbers add up say Tories

    Ruth Davison said the numbers backed the Tories record in Government as she launched its election campaign.

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