Scotland - Politics, Business, Civil, History - Posted: 18th Jan, 2019 - 12:13pm

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Culture & Tradition
Post Date: 10th Oct, 2007 - 2:37pm / Post ID: #



Traditions and Culture of the people of this part of the Kingdom can be Discussed here.

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Child poverty 'national disgrace'

A charity launches a campaign aimed at eradicating the "Disgrace" of child poverty in Scotland.Ref. Source

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Scotland History & Civil Business Politics

After all this time it would seem that the Scots still want their own sovereign turf separate from the rest of the Kingdom:

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The Scottish government tells BBC Scotland it intends holding a referendum on independence in autumn 2014.

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Post Date: 18th Jan, 2019 - 12:13pm / Post ID: #


Scotland History

• Golf was first played there

• Scotch whiskey is produced there

• Kilts (Like skirts for men) are sometimes worn there

• The traditional music of this country is played with bagpipes.

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