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Scotland at 7 2019

Scotland at 7 – 13/03/2019

Welcome to Scotland at 7. Scotland at 7 starts at 7:00 PM on Wednesday 13th March 2019   Scotland at 7 is a new regular nightly news and current affairs programme for Scotland.     Broadcasting Scotland is a new broadcaster for Scotland, producing programmes from a Scottish perspective, targeting audiences, inside Scotland and beyond. […]

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Westminster Live

Westminster Live – 13/03/2019

Westminster Live – 13/03/2019   Join us for Westminster Live – 13/03/2019   11.30 am – Oral questions – Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office (including Topical Questions) 12.00 pm – Prime Minister’s Question Time Ministerial statement – Spring Statement 2019 by the Chancellor of the Exchequer – Mr […]

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Scotland at 7 2019

Scotland at 7 – 12/03/2019

Welcome to Scotland at 7. Scotland at 7 starts at 7:00 PM on Tuesday 12th March 2019   Scotland at 7 is a new regular nightly news and current affairs programme for Scotland.     Broadcasting Scotland is a new broadcaster for Scotland, producing programmes from a Scottish perspective, targeting audiences, inside Scotland and beyond. […]

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Westminster Live

Westminster Live – 12/03/2019

Westminster Live – 12/03/2019   Join us for Westminster Live – 12/03/2019   11.30 am – Oral questions – Justice (including Topical Questions)   Ten Minute Rule Motion – Election Expenses (Authorisation of Free or Discounted Support) – Craig Mackinlay   Motion – Debate on a Motion relating to Section 13(1)(b) of the European Union […]

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Scotland at 7 2019

Scotland at 7 – 11/03/2019

Welcome to Scotland at 7. Scotland at 7 starts at 7:00 PM on Monday 11th March 2019   Scotland at 7 is a new regular nightly news and current affairs programme for Scotland.     Broadcasting Scotland is a new broadcaster for Scotland, producing programmes from a Scottish perspective, targeting audiences, inside Scotland and beyond. […]

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Full Scottish 2019

Full Scottish – 10/03/2019

Welcome to your Full Scottish, live from our Cowcaddens studio in Glasgow. Full Scottish programme starts at 12:00 on Sunday 10th March 2019   This week, the Full Scottish is presented by Ellen Hoefer. Corri is still a bit unwell and we wish her all the best for a speedy recovery. Our guests this week […]

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Scotland at 7 2019

Scotland at 7 – 07/03/2019

Welcome to Scotland at 7. Scotland at 7 starts at 7:00 PM on Thursday 7th March 2019   Scotland at 7 is a new regular nightly news and current affairs programme for Scotland.     Broadcasting Scotland is a new broadcaster for Scotland, producing programmes from a Scottish perspective, targeting audiences, inside Scotland and beyond. […]

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FMQs Live - First Minister's Questions

First Minister’s Questions – 07/03/2019

First Minister’s Questions, live from the Scottish Parliament in Holyrood. Scottish Parliament – First Minister’s Questions.   11:40am General Questions Michelle Ballantyne S5O-02963 1. To ask the Scottish Government under what circumstances an NHS board would limit the amount of necessary operations that a patient requires due to budgetary concerns. Colin Beattie S5O-02964 2. To […]

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Scotland at 7 2019

Scotland at 7 – 06/03/2019

Welcome to Scotland at 7. Scotland at 7 starts at 7:00 PM on Wednesday 6th March 2019   Scotland at 7 is a new regular nightly news and current affairs programme for Scotland.     Broadcasting Scotland is a new broadcaster for Scotland, producing programmes from a Scottish perspective, targeting audiences, inside Scotland and beyond. […]

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Westminster Live

Westminster Live – 06/03/2019

Westminster Live – 06/03/2019   Join us for Westminster Live – 06/03/2019   11.30 am – Oral questions – Northern Ireland 12.00 pm – Prime Minister’s Question Time Urgent question – Social Security and Employment Support – Debbie Abrahams Ministerial statement – Protection of workers after the UK’s withdrawal from the EU – Greg Clark […]

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