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Nicola Sturgeon

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  1. Pensioners 'could be better off'

    Pensioners in Scotland could be £260 a year better off after independence, Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC

  2. Nicola Sturgeon demands answers from Prime Minister over claims defence jobs could be scrapped to pay for Trident

    THE Deputy First Minister wrote to David Cameron after a report claimed it's in the UK's best interest to spend £130billion renewing the hated nuclear weapons system. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Record

  1. Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon returns to her home town to explain how independence will lead to a better Scotland

    SNP campaign chief goes back to Irvine and insists a Yes vote in the referendum will transform the town – and others like it all over the country. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Record

  2. Nicola Sturgeon: There are 100,000 Scots in poverty and Westminster want to spend billions on Trident

    NICOLA STURGEON writes exclusively for the Daily Record and explains why she is outraged at the UK government's plans to spend billions on renewing Trident. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Record

  3. Prestwick Airport to get £10m funds

    Prestwick Airport is to receive nearly £10m of investment from the Scottish government, Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announces. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC

  1. SNP publishes first draft of Scottish constitution

    Deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon releases online document enshrining terms of sovereignty of Scottish people, with Queen as head of state Read the draft Scottish constitution A draft of the ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

  2. Nicola Sturgeon: Ban on nuclear weapons in Scotland will go ahead with Independent vote

    TRIDENT will be removed by 2020 with a Yes vote, promises the Deputy First Minister, as part of a newly written constitution for Scotland. FULL ARTICLE AT The Daily Record

  3. Scottish leaders push for more women in business and quangos, but what about politics?

    Nicola Sturgeon, the Scottish deputy first minister, is pressing for women to make up 40% of company and quango boards but what about the Scottish parliament, where her own party ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Observer

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Nicola Sturgeon (born on 19 July 1970 in Irvine, North Ayrshire) is the Deputy First Minister of Scotland, Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing, Depute Leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP) and Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) for Glasgow Govan. Sturgeon became an MSP in the first elections to the Scottish Parliament in 1999, becoming the SNP's spokeswoman on justice, and later... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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