Adam Smith

Adam Smith FRSA (16 June 1723 – 17 July 1790) was a Scottish economist, philosopher and author as well as a moral philosopher, a pioneer of political economy and a key figure during the Scottish Enlightenment era. Smith is best known for two classic works: The Theory of Moral Sentiments (1759) and An Inquiry into…

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Online Safety Resource Guide

Online Safety Resource Guide by http://www.reviewlab.com/online-safety-guide/ Lots of Useful Links To: General Online Safety Resources Online Shopping Safety Resources Online Identity Theft Protection Resources Anti-Phishing Resources Anti-Spyware Resources Anti-Ransomware Resources CLICK HERE TO READ THE GUIDE Despite the ever-present threat of cyber crime, many people assume it won’t happen to them. But that’s not always…

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Six Nations: Scotland 32-26 France

2018 Six Nations Scotland (14) 32 Tries: Maitland, Jones Cons: Laidlaw 2 Pens: Laidlaw 6 France (20) 26 Tries: Thomas 2 Cons: Machenaud 2 Pens: Machenaud 2, Serin 2 BBC Scotland Report: Scotland put defeat by Wales behind them to overcome France at Murrayfield and revive their Six Nations campaign. The first of two Teddy…

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St Andrews to host 150th Open in 2021

St Andrews will host the 150th Open Championship in 2021, organisers have announced. It will be the 30th time the Scottish course has staged the tournament, extending its own record. It was last held at St Andrews in 2015, when American Zach Johnson won his second major title in a play-off. “The Open holds a…

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Edinburgh Secure European Challenge Cup quarter-final

European Challenge Cup: Edinburgh 34-33 Stade Francais Edinburgh secured a home European Challenge Cup quarter-final after an enthralling see-saw victory over Stade Francais at Murrayfield. The capital side led 12-6 at half-time via four Sam Hidalgo-Clyne penalties. Jules Plisson’s third penalty and tries from Sekou Macalou and Waisea Vuidarvuwalu – either side of Hamish Watson’s…

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