Do you know your Bangor from your…other Bangor? Test your UK general knowledge here.
If it’s a hot political issue in Scotland, you can bet @TannadiceLad is (not) tweeting about it.
The man leading the government’s campaign against an independent Scotland was responding to a challenge by James McAvoy.
“The anger and dismay gave me the idea to parody a parody.”
The Vote No campaign really needs to up its game.
Her mother said: “Rebecca, a lesbian, wanted to make a stand for gay rights and to invite the world to recognise the hypocrisy and hatred that WBC proclaim.”
Never change, Scotland. Never change.
We found love in a frozen place.
From the DHT to Prow, there are just some things you’ll never forget about the ‘Burgh.
“Do you want a flyer?” “NO, I live here.”
Auld Reekie all wrapped up.
There are other counties besides Cornwall, Yorkshire, and Essex, but no one can remember what they are.
Snow-capped mountains, palm trees, turquoise seas… Scotland really does have it all. If it wasn’t for the midges, it would be pretty much perfect.
For the first five minutes, at least.
HEY, WHAT’S COOKING? This tarantula.
He pulls some disco-inspired moves *and* does the Running Man in front of a very excited audience.
There are so many spectacular ways to see this isle.
Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe, the leads in Starz’s new drama based on the bestselling books, on first impressions, sexual chemistry, and rug burns.
Scottish voters explain why they’re going to vote no in September’s independence referendum. “Better to be a big fish in a big pond, than a little one.”
Scottish voters explain why they’re proud to be voting yes in September’s referendum. “For a government Scotland votes for.”
“Can I play?” “Sorry, it’s not my game.”
Street performers, demon dwarves, and invisibility cloaks. What a place.