Also: Lessons for unionists as Canada emerges from the shadow of separatism; and MoD accused of leaking against the Welsh government.
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Also: Scotch Whiskey Association blocks minimum pricing; UUP leader backs unionist pact; and Ulster grammar schools maintain lead.
Also: Labour MSP calls for defence to be ‘out of the hands of nation states’; and PUP leader defends terrorist past.
Scottish Labour want to make cutting taxes effectively unconstitutional – with Ed Miliband’s blessing.
Ming Campbell’s plan to “kill nationalism” with devolution pledge is a lifeline – disguised as a noose.
Also: Plaid take hard line against UKIP; ‘Amnesty letter’ investigations begin; and questions for Ruth Davidson.
That IRA letters crisis: Ulster rejects amnesty call; today’s Labour apologises for letters, whilst yesterday’s dismisses outrage.
Piers Morgan dedicated too much of his show to talking down to his audience about a subject on which he had little of value to say.
Also: Welsh patients told to ‘gain weight’ to receive anti-obesity surgery; and NI deadlock on benefit reform.
Also: Welsh Tories’ ‘Night of Long Knives’; International views on currency gambit; Irish language cuts; and devolution for Shetland?
Also: Ex-‘supergrass’ levels fresh allegations at McGuinness, and Sinn Fein conference hijacked by IRA victims’ Twitter protest.
Also: Wales and Northern Ireland prepare for latest step towards tobacco prohibition; and Scotland could see first gay marriages by October.
Also: DUP and Sinn Fein condemn PSNI rules change; Plaid leader would be dual candidate; call for e-cig restrictions in NI.
Also: Police find ‘no evidence of criminality’ in Unite’s Falkirk emails; Ian S Smart sees Tory chance in SNP weakness; and Wales could lose £7m to English universities.
Also: Welsh economist accuses Westminster of unfairly chancing Welsh tax powers on ‘highly losable’ referendum