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Army Exercises Featured Politics Print

Army Exercises

20th August 1955: Soldiers of the Black Watch going through their exercises at the Black Watch Depot, Queen's Barracks, Perth. The Black Watch, Am Freiceadan Dubh in Gaelic, was founded in 1739 and a cairn marks the spot between the Tay Bridge and Aberfeldy where the regiment was first mustered in 1740. It was the first regiment to introduce Highland dress as a uniform and wear kilts in the traditional dark tartan. They also earned the right to wear red hackles in their regimental caps for courageous conduct in Flanders in 1795. Original Publication: Picture Post - 7956 - Famous Scottish Regiments 7: The Black Watch - pub. 1955 (Photo by Malcolm Dunbar/Picture Post/Getty Images)

The onopordum acanthium or Scottish thistle is seen growing in Finsbury Park in London Featured Politics Print

The onopordum acanthium or Scottish thistle is seen growing in Finsbury Park in London

The onopordum acanthium or Scottish thistle is seen growing in Finsbury Park in London, June 15, 2014. The Scottish thistle is the national symbol of Scotland and inspired the mascot for this year's Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Scottish separatists are closing the gap on their unionist rivals as a September independence referendum draws nearer, according to a poll. But pollster TNS said it would still be a "major task" for them to draw level in time. In a poll of 995 adults, TNS found that support for the pro-independence campaign had grown by two points to 32 percent compared with last month, while the campaign to reject independence had slipped back a point to 41 percent. In the run-up to the vote, Reuters photographer Suzanne Plunkett took a series of close-up pictures of food, drink and various objects typically associated with Scotland. Picture taken June 15, 2014. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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A cow stands on Lag Bay beach, the island of Rum is seen in the background, on the island of Eigg Featured Politics Print

A cow stands on Lag Bay beach, the island of Rum is seen in the background, on the island of Eigg

A cow stands on Lag Bay beach, the island of Rum is seen in the background, on the island of Eigg, Inner Hebrides, Scotland May 28, 2014. The Scottish island of Eigg has the first completely wind, water and sun-powered electricity grid in the world, according to the Isle of Eigg Heritage Trust. According to a local, between 85 and 95 percent of the energy consumed on the island comes from renewable resources. Scottish nationalists say that the best way to harness Scotland's renewable energy potential is to vote for independence on Sept 18, although an independent Scotland would also benefit from large oil reserves in the North Sea. Campaigners to keep Scotland in the United Kingdom argue that the growing renewables sector would suffer with independence, as the cost of new infrastructure would not be spread out across the whole of Britain. Picture taken May 28, 2014. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT ELECTIONS ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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