STV 10 September 2014 14:29 BST Mark Inglis: Posted message on Twitter threatening a Dunblane-style school massacre. Central Scotland News Agency A schoolboy who was arrested after posting a drunken tweet saying he might carry ... STV.tv, 3 weeks ago
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MURRAY was in a nearby classroom at Dunblane Primary where 16 children and a teacher were shot dead in 1996, and reveals his feelings on the tragedy in new book. ANDY Murray says he will never forget the Dunblane massacre but has admitted he ...Scotland Now, 3 weeks ago
Andy Murray is "unquestionably loyal" to Great Britain, says the Lawn Tennis Association after he was criticised for supporting Scottish independence. The online abuse directed at Murray after he declared his backing for the "yes" campaign was ...BBC, 1 week ago
Murray, 27, says he has no regrets about declaring his support for Yes But British number one does have reservations about the way he did it He made late intervention into debate by posting supportive message Wrote it at 1am last Thursday ...Capital Bay, 1 week ago Andy Murray regrets tweet fallout Perspicacious.co.uk, 1 week ago British tennis star Andy Murray subjected to 'death wish' tweets after declaring support for Scottish independence DNA India, 1 week ago Murray subjected to death wish tweets post declaring support for Scottish independence TruthDive, 1 week ago
Andy Murray vows to play for Britain in the Davis Cup, but does Britain want him after he supported Scottish independence?
Andy Murray holding the union flag as he poses with his gold medal at the end of the men's singles tennis tournament of the London 2012 Olympic Games. (Leon Neal/AFP/) The rejection of independence by Scottish voters is no problem in the mind of ...Washington Post, 1 week ago 'Wish you had been killed' Murray target of vile abuse over YES camp referendum tweet Scottish Daily Express, 1 week ago Abuse aimed at Andy Murray 'vile' BBC, 1 week ago
First minister of Scotland Alex Salmond concedes defeat in the independence campaign on September 19th, 2014, in Edinburgh. Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA Wire British prime minister David Cameron tells the press there will be "no reruns or ...Irish Times, 1 week ago Scotland says No to independence Irish Times, 1 week ago
First minister of Scotland Alex Salmond concedes defeat in the independence campaign on September 19th, 2014, in Edinburgh. Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA Wire Better Together supporters celebrate the 'No' result in the Scottish referendum on ...Irish Times, 1 week ago
By Sept. 19, 2014, 4:19 a.m. Scotland's future ... A young girl has yes stickers placed on her face in George Square, just a few hours before polling stations will close in the Scottish independence referendum in Glasgow, Scotland. Photo: Jeff J ...Latrobe Valley Express, 1 week ago
Yes voter Duncan Thomson waits for the doors to open at St Martins Church hall polling station in Renton, as the people of Scotland take to the poles to decide whether Scotland should become an independent country. Photograph: Mark Runnacles/ A ...Irish Times, 1 week ago
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