On 1st of May 1707 the Act of Union was passed by the Parliaments of Scotland and England.
It’s a celebration of all things Scottish which some Scots may not like but it is also a reminder of the strong links between the USA and Scotland: Tartan Week.
This important support ensures that people will be able to access services such as maternity care, mental health services and treatment for specific conditions at no charge while they remain here.
Ласкаво просимо до Шотландії – нашого дому, і вашого також, на той термін, який вам потрібен.
“During the first COVID19 lockdown in Scotland, the uptake rates of routine childhood immunizations (such as the MMR) increased compared to the previous year.” – Fiona McQuaid
On 20th of February 1472 Orkney was annexed to Scotland – pawned off for the unpaid dowry debt of Christian I, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
“The old joke is that Scottish people don’t make love standing up in case people walk past the window and think they’re dancing.”
“I was struck by the way they reported the story. “Some of the worst damage and power outages are in Aberdeenshire – in the north of Scotland”.”
“Scotland small? Our multiform, our infinite Scotland small?”- Hugh MacDiarmid
“if sustainable development of the Arctic region, and of Scotland’s Highlands and Islands, is a priority, then the development of their communities, in ways that are acceptable to those communities, should be a priority.”