15 July 2014
Three events: each significant, each with a longer term impact. Of the three, the greatest significance may ultimately lie not with the new and unexpected but with the development which was forecast.
More than eight out of 10 businesses in Scotland have not planned for a vote for independence, says a survey by financial services group KPMG.
The number of older people living alone in Scotland will increase over the next 25 years, according to the latest official projections.
The number of cancers detected at the earliest possible stage has risen in Scotland, according to new figures.
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