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Kyle Gray is an angel medium, motivational speaker and Hay House author. He writes a weekly column in the Scottish Sun newspaper where he is called The Angel Whisperer and regularly contributes to soul and spirit magazine. Kyle has had psychic and spiritual experiences since a young age. He first encountered the spirit world at the age of 4 and channelled a message from a guardian angel in his early teens. Now Kyle works with different forms of divination including tarot, oracle cards and…

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Salmond v Darling - What the Scottish papers say

Scottish Sun

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Scotland says no: newspaper front pages – in pictures

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'Outlander' articles in The Daily Record and The Scottish Sun. <-- "Scots Hunk Sam...," even the newspaper has a crush on Sam Heughan!


Scottish voters are shifting rapidly toward support for independence with less than three weeks to go to a referendum that could end the 307-year-old political union at the heart of the U.K., a new opinion poll suggests. The YouGov survey for the Sun newspaper puts the pro-union lead at just 6 percentage points when undecided […]


The Sun is a daily tabloid newspaper published in the United Kingdom and Ireland, and the largest circulation of any daily newspaper in the United Kingdom, but in late 2013 slipped to second largest Saturday newspaper behind the Daily Mail, itself a wholly owned subsidiary of Rupert Murdoch(1931-)'s News Corp.

The introduction of the press baron, Rupert Murdoch, his British American Society cohorts, and the secret service agencies of the UK and the USA was akin to releasing Dracula on a blood bank. He purchased a poorly performing Sun newspaper and converted it into a “slick chick” rag with an approach radically at odds with the mainline press in the UK. Not content he went on to purchase “The Times” and almost overnight destroyed its reputation for unbiased reporting of news and politics.

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Here's How Britain's Newspapers Are Marking The Scottish Independence Referendum

The Scottish Sun