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  1. The Independence of Scotland: Self-Government and the Shifting Politics of Union by Michael Keating, 2009-11-23
  2. The Government of Scotland 1560-1625 by Julian Goodare, 2004-12-16
  3. Scotland Government and Business Contacts Handbook (World Strategic and Business Information Library) by Ibp Usa, 2009-01-01
  4. The New Public Management of Scotland: Local Government and the National Health Service by Robert MacKie, 2005-09
  5. Collections and observations methodiz'd: concerning the worship, discipline, and government of the Church of Scotland by Walter Steuart, 2010-08-31
  6. Local Government in Scotland: Reform or Decline? (Government Beyond the Centre) by Arthur F. Midwinter, 1995-09-13
  7. Central and local government in Scotland since 1707, (Historical Association) by George S Pryde, 1960
  8. Local Government Law in Scotland: An Introduction by Jean Mcfadden, 2008-11-25
  9. Local Government Finance (Scotland) (No.2) Order 2001: Report by the Scottish Ministers Under Paragraph 2 (3) of Schedule 12 to the Local Government Finance Act 1992 (Scottish Executive Papers) by Scottish Executive, 2002-03-12
  10. Scotland: local government reform: Short version of the report of the Royal Commission on Local Government in Scotland; ([Great Britain. Parliament. Papers by command] cmnd) by Great Britain, 1969
  11. Electoral Statistics 1997: Parliamentary and Local Government Electors in Constituencies and Local Government Areas of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland by Office for National Statistics, 1997-12
  12. Scotland and the Protectorate: Letters and Papers Relating to the Military Government of Scotland from January 1654 to June 1659 by Charles Harding Firth, 2010-01-11
  13. Local Government Law in Scotland by Chris Himsworth, 1995-09-15
  14. Government of Scotland by Michael Keating, Arthur F. Midwinter, 1983-04

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2. Scotland Government: No Decision Yet On Al-Megrahi Release. - Free Online Librar
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British press reports said Thursday that Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi would likely be released from prison on compassionate grounds, but Scotland's government denied any such decision had been made.
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3. General Register Office For Scotland
Registrar of births, marriages and deaths for Scotland. Provides information for researchers and genealogists.
Count ME in Scotland is a project which aims to encourage schools to learn about the national Census and to make use of past and present Census material... Clr-amais
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Welcome to the website of the General Register Office for Scotland (GROS). We are part of the devolved Scottish Administration. We are responsible for the registration of births, marriages, civil partnerships, deaths, divorces, and adoptions. We run the Census and we use Census and other data to publish information about population and households. We are the main source of family history records. We hope that our website will help you find what you want to know about Scotlands people. Note: The Statistics section of this website is currently being redeveloped.

4. Government Of Scotland - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Prior to 1707, the Kingdom of Scotland was a sovereign state, ruled by a monarch and the Parliament of Scotland, though from 1603 when James VI of Scotland also became James I of
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search This article is about the historical government of the Kingdom of Scotland. For the modern post-devolutionary government, see Scottish Government Prior to 1707, the Kingdom of Scotland was a sovereign state , ruled by a monarch and the Parliament of Scotland , though from 1603 when James VI of Scotland also became James I of England , Scotland had shared a single monarch with Kingdom of England . (see Union of the Crowns In 1707, as a result of the Treaty of Union agreed the previous year, the Parliaments of England and Scotland each passed Acts of Union to create the United Kingdom of Great Britain . Later, in 1801, the Kingdom of Ireland merged with the Kingdom of Great Britain to form the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland , which itself became the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in 1927, in recognition of the independence of most of the island of Ireland in 1922. Between 1707 and 1999, Her Majesty's Government of the United Kingdom was the sole government with authority over Scotland. However, the existence of distinct Scottish institutions such as its

5. Aging Workforce News: Scotland: Government Grants Aim To Bring Older Workers Bac
Aging Workforce News is an enhanced news site and blog tracking developments, tools, and resources for managing older or mature workers and boomers in the workplace.
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Scotland: Government Grants Aim To Bring Older Workers Back into Learning
The Scottish Deputy Minister for Enterprise and Lifelong Learning Allan Wilson has announced that the Experience Counts initiative that aims to bring older workers back into learning will continue to benefit from Scottish Executive funding until 2008. The initiative provides tailored learning programmes for over-50s to raise confidence and allow learners to acquire new skills. "Through the programme, Sector Skills Councils (SSCs) collaborate with employers and learning institutions to provide 'bite size' or taster courses dependent on employer and worker needs." "Experience Counts ensures that older workers can be competitive in the modern workplace. By combining older workers' wealth of professional experience with new knowledge and skills development we can further Scotland's commitment to a world-class professional environment."

6. Home Page Of O & S VJB Website
Information on council tax, non-domestic rates and electoral registration.
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Look out for your right to vote... Who Are We ? Orkney and Shetland Valuation Joint Board was established in 1996, under The Valuation Joint Boards (Scotland) Order 1995, and its primary purpose is to discharge all the functions of its two constituent authorities, Orkney Islands Council and Shetland Islands Council as valuation authorities under the Valuation Acts. The Board is a separate public body from the two constituent authorities but draws its membership from them, each nominating 5 councillors to serve on the Board. The Board is responsible for appointing the Assessor for Orkney and Shetland, an independent statutory official responsible for the preparation and maintenance of the Valuation Roll and the Council Tax Valuation List. The Assessor has also been appointed as Electoral Registration Officer for both Orkney and Shetland and is, therefore, also responsible for the preparation and maintenance of the Register of Electors The Assessor and his Staff The current Assessor is Michael A Forbes BSc IRRV FRICS who was appointed in April 2009. The Assessor is based in the Board's Shetland office in Lerwick. His Assistant Assessor is Dennis M Stevenson IRRV MRICS who is based in the Orkney Office in Kirkwall.

7. Scotland: History, Geography, Government, And Culture —
Information on Scotland — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities.
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8. Kingdom Of Scotland - Government
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9. Registers Of Scotland - Homepage
The Official Register of Land and Property in Scotland

10. : Scotland Government
Information of Scotland Government, Political parties, democracy, Prime Minister
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The United Kingdom does not have a written constitution. The equivalent body of law is based on statute, common law, and "orthodox rights." Changes may come about formally through new acts of Parliament, informally through the acceptance of new practices and usage, or by judicial precedents. Although Parliament has the theoretical power to make or repeal any law, in actual practice the weight of 700 years of tradition restrains arbitrary actions. administrator government rests nominally with the Monarch but actually is exercised by a committee of ministers (cabinet) traditionally selected from among the members of the House of Commons and, to a lesser extent, the House of Lords. The prime minister is normally the leader of the largest party in the Commons, and the government is dependent on its support. Northern Ireland had its own Parliament and prime minister from 1921 to 1973, when the British Government imposed direct rule in order to deal with the deteriorating political and security situation. From 1973, the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, based in London, was responsible for the region, including efforts to resolve the issues that lay behind the "the troubles." The Good Friday Agreement provides for a 108-member elected Assembly, overseen by a 12-minister administrator Committee (cabinet) in which unionists and nationalists share leadership responsibility. Northern Ireland elects 18 representatives to the Westminster Parliament in London. the two Sinn Fein MPs, who won seats in the last election, have refused to claim their seats. The Good Friday Agreement also called for formal cooperation between the Northern Ireland institutions and the Government of the Republic of Ireland, and it accomplished the British-Irish Council, which includes representatives of the British and Irish Governments as well as the devolved Governments of Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.

11. UPDATE Scotland Government OKs Key Beauly-Denny Power Link
Wednesday, January 06, 2010 UPDATE Scotland Government OKs Key BeaulyDenny Power Link Upgrade
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12. Scottish Freedom - Politics, Elections, History And Culture.
Discussion of Scottish politics, elections and culture.
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13. Scotland: Introduction To Scotland: Government
Since the (re)opening of the Scottish Parliament in July 1999, Scotland’s primary level of national government has been the Scottish Government, appointed by the majority party
Home How to use this site Subscription Visiting Arts ... Sitemap Visiting Arts Scotland Cultural Profiles Project Cultural Profile You are here: Welcome to the Scotland Cultural Profile Introduction to Scotland Search Welcome to the Scotland Cultural Profile ... Next Introduction to Scotland: Introduction Geography and topography History Government ... Education Government Scottish Government Highland Council Dundee City Council As citizens of the United Kingdom, all Scottish residents aged 18 or over are eligible to vote in local, Scottish Parliamentary, Westminster and European Parliament elections. Non-British EU citizens are eligible to participate in local and European Parliament elections. Previous Next The Scotland Cultural Profile was created in partnership with the Scottish Government and the British Council Scotland Date updated: 9 May 2007 The website is powered by a Content Management System developed by Visiting Arts and UK software company Librios Ltd

14. Top US Military Officer ‘appalled’ That Scotland Government Released Lockerb
Top military officer 'appalled' that bomber freedWASHINGTON — The top U.S. military officer says he's appalled by the Scotland government's decision to free the Lockerbie bomber.

15. Homepage -- COSLA Strategic Migration Partnership
Manages and monitors the commissioning and provision of accommodation and other services for asylum seekers in Scotland. Includes details of projects and news.
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Learn about our background and goals, the people and organisations we're involved with, minutes and reports from our meetings, and details of how to contact us.
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Read about our priority groups and areas of work, including unaccompanied asylum seeking children, community development and integration, and counter-trafficking.
Asylum Seeker Information Centre
View statistics, legislation and policy, asylum myths and facts, forthcoming events, and links to other asylum organisations in Scotland.
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Find out more about UK immigration, the asylum process, the Gateway Protection Programme and the Scottish Refugee Integration Forum.
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Learn more about service delivery to asylum seekers and refugees in Scotland, including key partners and their roles, and national standards of accommodation.

16. Local Government In Scotland - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Local government in Scotland is organised through 32 unitary authorities designated as Councils which consist of councillors elected every four years by registered voters in each of
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18. Lothian Valuation Joint Board - Electoral Registration, Council Tax And Valuatio
Electoral registration, council tax and valuation information for Edinburgh and the Lothians.
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Revaluation is the regular review of the rateable values of all business and non-domestic properties.  Assessors are required by law to carry out a revaluation of such properties every 5 years. New rateable values arising from the most recent revaluation take effect from 1 April 2010. The Assessor must determine a Net Annual Value for every non-domestic property. In broad terms, the Net Annual Value is the Assessor’s assessment of the annual rent for a property, on the assumption that it was available on the open market on a set date. Rateable Value is derived from the Net Annual Value and for the majority of properties Rateable Value and Net Annual Value are the same.  The values for the 2010 Revaluation are based on a valuation date of 1 April 2008 and reflect market conditions that existed at that time.

19. Scotland Government - TravelPuppy
Scotland Government comprehensive information about the government of Scotland, the Scotland constitution and political situation
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Last updated : Nov 2009 Scotland Government Following elections in May of 1999, Scotland was granted its first parliament in over 300 years. The new Scottish Parliament has a considerable degree of autonomy, as shown by its tax-raising powers. The UK government maintains control on defence and foreign policy.
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20. Scotland - Government Grant For Farmer
Ruchlaw Produce Company of Dunbar has secured a grant of 560,308 from Rural Priorities – part of the Scotland Rural Development Programme – to convert waste from its pig
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26 Sep 2009  Ruchlaw Produce Company of Dunbar has secured a grant of £560,308 from Rural Priorities – part of the Scotland Rural Development Programme – to convert waste from its pig farming operation into electricity. This funding represents 36 per cent of the overall cost and the electricity will be used to power the operation and halve the smell associated with the pig farm. The business, which employs 45 people will also be using an anaerobic digester to convert pig slurry into methane and carbon dioxide. The methane will then be pumped into a biogas plant to generate electricity and hot water for heating systems throughout the plant. This is an example of a scheme set up as part of a new action plan to help cut GHG emissions from across the agricultural sector, which was launched by the Scottish Government on 21 September. The five-point plan will help farmers increase productivity and tackle climate change. Farming for a Better Climate (FBC) is funded by the Scottish Government and a dedicated web site [click here], hosted by the Scottish Agricultural College (SAC), will offer advice on cost-effective ways to benefit business and the environment.

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