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Braveheart: Full of mistakes which make Scotland look better

Braveheart's a great movie - even if it is one of the most historically inaccurate films of all time.

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Comment: Rotherham abuse shows the danger of only having men in charge

Male voices are not part of the solution. They're part of the problem.

Salmond's nationalism: as ugly as all the others?

Comment: Salmond's nationalism is as ugly as all the others

Alex Salmond's vision of an independent Scotland is dangerous and sentimental

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Comment: Tribunal fees are a silent bedroom tax

Coalition charges for employment tribunals are allowing sexism and racism to flourish in the workplace

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