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THE Scottish Government has published a written request from DUP leader Arlene Foster asking that it restrict gay couples from Northern Ireland converting their civil partnerships to same sex marriages in Scotland.
The publication comes days after Mrs Foster said she had no recollection of sending such correspondence to the administration in Edinburgh.
He described the online grooming of children and sharing of indecent images as a ‘national threat’.
Almost 400 charges have been brought so far – but police expect this figure to rise as they identify more suspects.
Many visitors to Scotland are confused and intimidated by the unique Scottish slang words — not to be confused with the Scots dialect, a language in its own right.
To make things even more confusing, each region has their own variations of common words, such as "bairn" in Edinburgh and the Lothians or "wean" in Glasgow and the West of Scotland.
Currently in Scotland, same-sex couples can enter into civil partnerships."This is a profoundly emotional moment for many people who grew up in a country where being gay was still a criminal offence until 1980," Equality Network policy coordinator Tom French said in a statement.
By Cara Sulieman A TEENAGER who extorted almost £90,000 from 10 men on gay sex chat lines by threatening to play recordings of their sordid calls to their families, friends and the police has been jailed for 45 months.
The Scottish government, which will hold a referendum on independence from Britain in September, said passing the same-sex marriage bill was an important step for equal rights and paved the way for same-sex wedding ceremonies later this year.
The move was opposed by the Scottish Catholic Church and the Presbyterian Church of Scotland, but the law will not compel religious institutions to hold ceremonies on their premises.
Scotland health secretary Alex Neil said it was "right that same-sex couples should be able to freely express their love and commitment to each other through getting married"."Marriage is about love, and that has always been at the heart of this issue," Mr Neil said in a statement.