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NINE months, 26,700 words – give or take – and a similar number of cups of tea, and I’ve made it over the finishing line of the postgraduate diploma I was embarking on when I wrote my very first Sunday National column.
THE Sunday National can reveal that Tory leadership hopeful Sajid Javid is facing demands that he return a £10,000 donation to his campaign from businessman Ian Taylor, former CEO and chairman of controversial oil trading company Vitol.
IF Boris Johnson is named Prime Minister the SNP will immediately sound out the prospect of a motion of no confidence, the party’s Westminster leader Ian Blackford told the Sunday National yesterday.