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The Scottish Women’s Convention, is a Scottish Government-funded body which purports to represent the views of women on public policy matters have entered a submission to the justice committee on the repeal of the Offensive Behaviour Act...
It is that time of year again – or indeed a bit later than that time of year – and once again we are asking for your help in getting a Resolution on to the agenda for the AGM of Celtic Plc which will take place later this year...
The announcement by Celtic that 900 season ticket holders in the standing section will have their membership rights suspended for two home games and their right to attend the Sunderland and Partick Thistle and Rosenberg away games also having been removed, is one which we feel requires comment...
We note the recent decision of the Supreme Court which confirmed the long-held belief that over many years Rangers Football Club operated with an unfair and illegal advantage over other Clubs and in so doing gained many honours...
The Open Meeting which was held in St Roch’s Chapel Hall on Monday night was attended by around 100-130 people from across a range of supporter types ie independent travellers, unaffiliated buses and representatives of a number of Celtic supporters’ organisations...
Following lengthy negotiations with the ‘Company’ (as they like to be called) the Trust is delighted to announce that for the first time in our existence the PLC Board will be calling for support for a resolution from the Trust...
The Celtic Trust, as a founding member of the Fans Against Criminalisation campaign, would like to encourage all supporters of Celtic and of other clubs to take part in the public consultation which was launched on Monday on the proposal by James Kelly MSP to bring forward a bill to repeal the Offensive Behaviour Act...
If you are interested in finding out more read on In response to a very successful campaign by the Celtic Trust and in the face of a 10,000 signature petition from the Celtic support the Chairman of the Celtic Board announced at the 2014 PLC AGM that the club would consult with full time employees currently paid less the Living Wage rate of £7.85 per hour...
On this week’s episode the gang begin their run through the Scottish Premiership’s transfer activity...
VAR and the WWC, The Fixtures Are Out, U16 Achievements – TOTW Pigs XI...
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Hampden Park Glasgow
15:00 25 May 2019
Adeg-Meisterfrost Arena Pinkafeld, Austria
17:30 26 June 2019