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ENGLISH cops to fill top cops jobs? Surely that says it all about the state of Police Scotland that there aren't any officers wanting to make it a long term career.

Rob, Lanark AT THE climate change meeting in Paris, Nicola Sturgeon said: "Scotland is a relatively small country but when we come together with others, the cumulative impact we can have is enormous."

Isn't that what the majority of Scots who voted "No" in the referendum realised last year? Glad to hear her admit it.

MC I HOPE engineers are checking the stress level on the Clackmannanshire bridge.

There appears to be vehicle weight and overload on one side due to the tailback of traffic over the whole span of the crossing.

AB, Kincardine J.C. of Paisley, get your facts right.

The SNP were legally bound to put that steel purchase out to tender, and since no British suppliers put in a bid they had to accept the lowest foreign bid.

Anon Whatever else John Swinney comes up with in his budget on Wednesday, you can be sure there'll be a Christmas cracker filled with plenty of vote-catching goodies.

There'll be no Ebaneezer Scrooge this Christmas - little Tim will have his turkey AND sprouts, like them or not.

Rob, Lanark

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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Dec 15, 2015
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