GPS tracking: Secret plans under way for 75,000?

Secret plans to GPS tag 75,000 people suggest privatisation is out of control

Reports come in of a massive GPS tracking operation - but Ministry of Justice maintains its cloak of secrecy

Embracing the union jack? Younger Scots prove much more comfortable with British identity

Why young Scots are more comfortable being British

The young embrace multiple identities in age of cheap air travel & the internet

North Sea oil: Declining sooner than expected?

Salmond's economic case falls apart

North Sea oil, plans for currency union and Scots' access to the BBC ruin Salmond's day

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