Scottish Daily Mail Front Page – June 20, 2013 – Convicts’ X Rated Movies In Their Cells

  SCOTLAND’S most dangerous prisoners have access to thousands of sexually explicit DVDs and violent video games, which experts fear will fuel reoffending rates on their release. Criminals in the country’s 14 jails, including the specialist sex offenders unit at Peterhead, have access to a catalogue of 5,000 films, with some depicting rape, sexual torture and gun… Read More Scottish Daily Mail Front Page – June 20, 2013 – Convicts’ X Rated Movies In Their Cells

MailOnline – June 18, 2013 – Fears grow for Russian student who went missing 12 days ago

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2343675/Fears-grow-Russian-student-went-missing-leaving-city-centre-pub-12-days-ago.html Fears are growing for the safety of a university student who went missing after leaving a pub. Yulia Solodyankina, a Russian national, was last seen leaving a concert at the Wee Red Bar in Lauriston Place, Edinburgh, on Thursday, June 6. She left the venue after telling friends she was not feeling well. Miss… Read More MailOnline – June 18, 2013 – Fears grow for Russian student who went missing 12 days ago

Scottish Daily Mail Front Page – 11/06/13 – How Big Brother spies on Scottish schools

      THOUSANDS of CCTV cameras are spying on children in Scotland’s schools as ‘Big Brother’ surveillance reaches unprecedented levels. Many pupils are also having their fingerprints taken to allow access to school library facilities or to enable them to use meal services. According to worrying new figures, some schools have one spy camera for every 16 pupils. Across Scotland,… Read More Scottish Daily Mail Front Page – 11/06/13 – How Big Brother spies on Scottish schools

Scottish Daily Mail Front Page from May 30th – HMRC investigating sports clubs

THOUSANDS of sports clubs across Scotland face crippling tax bills under a crackdown by revenue inspectors. HMRC chiefs are sending an army of tax inspectors to snoop on the accounts of hundreds of local cricket, bowling, shinty and curling clubs. It comes as global giants such as Google, Amazon and Starbucks have been accused of… Read More Scottish Daily Mail Front Page from May 30th – HMRC investigating sports clubs