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Other Christian denominations in Scotland include the Free Church of Scotland , and various other Presbyterian offshoots.
Scotland's third largest church is the Scottish Episcopal Church. There are an estimated 75, Muslims in Scotland about 1.
The monarchy of the United Kingdom continues to use a variety of styles, titles and other royal symbols of statehood specific to pre-union Scotland, including: the Royal Standard of Scotland , the Royal coat of arms used in Scotland together with its associated Royal Standard , royal titles including that of Duke of Rothesay , certain Great Officers of State , the chivalric Order of the Thistle and, since , reinstating a ceremonial role for the Crown of Scotland after a year hiatus.
MacCormick v Lord Advocate was a legal action was brought in Scotland's Court of Session by the Scottish Covenant Association to contest the right of the Queen to entitle herself "Elizabeth II" within Scotland, but the Crown won the appeal against the case's dismissal, since as royal titulature was legislated for by the Royal Titles Act and a matter of royal prerogative.
Scotland has limited self-government within the United Kingdom, as well as representation in the British Parliament.
Executive and legislative powers respectively have been devolved to the Scottish Government and the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood in Edinburgh since The British Parliament retains control over reserved matters specified in the Scotland Act , including taxes, social security, defence, international relations and broadcasting.
It initially had only a limited power to vary income tax ,  but powers over taxation and social security were significantly expanded by the Scotland Acts of and The Scottish Parliament can give legislative consent over devolved matters back to the British Parliament by passing a Legislative Consent Motion if United Kingdom-wide legislation is considered more appropriate for a certain issue.
The programmes of legislation enacted by the Scottish Parliament have seen a divergence in the provision of public services compared to the rest of the UK.
For instance, university education and care services for the elderly are free at point of use in Scotland, while fees are paid in the rest of the UK.
Scotland was the first country in the UK to ban smoking in enclosed public places. The Scottish Parliament is a unicameral legislature with members MSPs : 73 of them represent individual constituencies and are elected on a first-past-the-post system; the other 56 are elected in eight different electoral regions by the additional member system.
MSPs normally serve for a five-year period. Together they make up the Scottish Government, the executive arm of the devolved government.
The first minister is also the political leader of Scotland. The Scottish Government also comprises the deputy first minister , currently John Swinney MSP, who deputises for the first minister during a period of absence of overseas visits.
Alongside the deputy first minister's requirements as Deputy, the minister also has a cabinet ministerial responsibility.
Swinney is also currently Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills. There are also twelve other ministers, who work alongside the cabinet secretaries in their appointed areas.
Scotland is represented in the British House of Commons by 59 MPs elected from territory-based Scottish constituencies. In the general election , the SNP won 48 of the 59 seats.
The Scotland Office represents the British government in Scotland on reserved matters and represents Scottish interests within the government.
The relationships between the central government of the UK and devolved governments of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are based on the extra-statutory principles and agreements with the main elements being set out in a Memorandum of Understanding between the British government and the devolved governments of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The MOU lays emphasis on the principles of good communication, consultation and co-operation. Since devolution in , Scotland has devolved stronger working relations across the two other devolved governments, the Welsh Government and Northern Ireland Executive.
Whilst there are no formal concordats between the Scottish Government, Welsh Government and Northern Ireland Executive, ministers from each devolved government meet at various points throughout the year at various events such as the British-Irish Council and also meet to discuss matters and issues that are devolved to each government.
The Scottish Government considers the successful re-establishment of the Plenary, and establishment of the Domestic fora to be important facets of the relationship with the British Government and the other devolved administrations.
In the aftermath of the United Kingdom's decision to withdraw from the European Union in , the Scottish Government has called for there to be a joint approach from each of the devolved governments.
In early , the devolved governments met to discuss Brexit and agree on Brexit strategies from each devolved government  which lead for Theresa May to issue a statement that claims that the devolved governments will not have a central role or decision making process in the Brexit process, but that the central government plans to "fully engage" Scotland in talks alongside the governments of Wales and Northern Ireland.
Whilst foreign policy remains a reserved matter,  the Scottish Government still has the power and ability to strengthen and develop Scotland, the economy and Scottish interests on the world stage and encourage foreign businesses, international devolved, regional and central governments to invest in Scotland.
During the G8 Summit in , the first minister Jack McConnell welcomed each head of government of the G8 nations to the country's Glasgow Prestwick Airport  on behalf of then prime minister Tony Blair.
At the same time, McConnell and the then Scottish Executive pioneered the way forward to launch what would become the Scotland Malawi Partnership which co-ordinates Scottish activities to strengthen existing links with Malawi.
McConnell, speaking at the end, highlighted that the visit by Putin was a "post-devolution" step towards "Scotland regaining its international identity".
Under the Salmond administration, Scotland's trade and investment deals with countries such as China   and Canada, where Salmond established the Canada Plan — which aimed to strengthen "the important historical, cultural and economic links" between both Canada and Scotland.
A policy of devolution had been advocated by the three main British political parties with varying enthusiasm during recent history.
A previous Labour leader, John Smith , described the revival of a Scottish parliament as the "settled will of the Scottish people". The new government established a " National Conversation " on constitutional issues, proposing a number of options such as increasing the powers of the Scottish Parliament, federalism , or a referendum on Scottish independence from the United Kingdom.
In rejecting the last option, the three main opposition parties in the Scottish Parliament created a commission to investigate the distribution of powers between devolved Scottish and UK-wide bodies.
Opposition from all other major parties led to an expected defeat. A majority in the United Kingdom voted to withdraw from the EU, whilst a majority within Scotland voted to remain a member.
The first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, announced the following day that as a result a new independence referendum was "highly likely". At Holyrood, Sturgeon's governing SNP continues to campaign for such a referendum; in December a formal request for the powers to hold one under Section 30 of the Scotland Act was submitted.
Historical subdivisions of Scotland included the mormaerdom , stewartry , earldom , burgh , parish , county and regions and districts.
Some of these names are still sometimes used as geographical descriptors. Modern Scotland is subdivided in various ways depending on the purpose.
In local government, there have been 32 single-tier council areas since ,  whose councils are responsible for the provision of all local government services.
Decisions are made by councillors who are elected at local elections every five years. The head of each council is usually the Lord Provost alongside the Leader of the council,  with a Chief Executive being appointed as director of the council area.
In the Scottish Parliament, there are 73 constituencies and eight regions. For the Parliament of the United Kingdom, there are 59 constituencies.
Until , the Scottish fire brigades and police forces were based on a system of regions introduced in For healthcare and postal districts, and a number of other governmental and non-governmental organisations such as the churches, there are other long-standing methods of subdividing Scotland for the purposes of administration.
City status in the United Kingdom is conferred by letters patent. Scots law has a basis derived from Roman law ,  combining features of both uncodified civil law , dating back to the Corpus Juris Civilis , and common law with medieval sources.
The terms of the Treaty of Union with England in guaranteed the continued existence of a separate legal system in Scotland from that of England and Wales.
Various other systems derived from common Celtic or Brehon laws survived in the Highlands until the s. Scots law provides for three types of courts responsible for the administration of justice: civil, criminal and heraldic.
The supreme civil court is the Court of Session , although civil appeals can be taken to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom or before 1 October , the House of Lords.
The High Court of Justiciary is the supreme criminal court in Scotland. The sheriff court is the main criminal and civil court, hearing most cases.
There are 49 sheriff courts throughout the country. These were gradually replaced by Justice of the Peace Courts from to The Court of the Lord Lyon regulates heraldry.
For three centuries the Scots legal system was unique for being the only national legal system without a parliament. This ended with the advent of the Scottish Parliament in , which legislates for Scotland.
Many features within the system have been preserved. Within criminal law, the Scots legal system is unique in having three possible verdicts: "guilty", "not guilty" and " not proven ".
There is, however, the possibility of a retrial where new evidence emerges at a later date that might have proven conclusive in the earlier trial at first instance, where the person acquitted subsequently admits the offence or where it can be proved that the acquittal was tainted by an attempt to pervert the course of justice — see the provisions of the Double Jeopardy Scotland Act Many laws differ between Scotland and the other parts of the United Kingdom, and many terms differ for certain legal concepts.
Manslaughter , in England and Wales, is broadly similar to culpable homicide in Scotland, and arson is called wilful fire raising. Indeed, some acts considered crimes in England and Wales, such as forgery, are not so in Scotland.
Procedure also differs. Scots juries, sitting in criminal cases, consist of fifteen jurors, which is three more than is typical in many countries.
However, even prior to , half of Scotland's landmass was already covered by state-funded health care, provided by the Highlands and Islands Medical Service.
In , the NHS in Scotland had around , staff including more than 47, nurses, midwives and health visitors and over 3, consultants. There are also more than 12, doctors, family practitioners and allied health professionals, including dentists, opticians and community pharmacists, who operate as independent contractors providing a range of services within the NHS in return for fees and allowances.
Scotland has a Western-style open mixed economy closely linked with the rest of the UK and the wider world. Traditionally, the Scottish economy was dominated by heavy industry underpinned by shipbuilding in Glasgow, coal mining and steel industries.
Petroleum related industries associated with the extraction of North Sea oil have also been important employers from the s, especially in the north-east of Scotland.
De-industrialisation during the s and s saw a shift from a manufacturing focus towards a more service -oriented economy. Edinburgh was ranked 15th in the list of world financial centres in , but fell to 37th in , following damage to its reputation,  and in was ranked 56th out of Whisky is one of Scotland's more known goods of economic activity.
Scotland was one of the industrial powerhouses of Europe from the time of the Industrial Revolution onwards, being a world leader in manufacturing.
This has, however, been combined with a rise in the service sector of the economy, which has grown to be the largest sector in Scotland. Scotland had a long military tradition predating the Treaty of Union with England; the Scots Army and Royal Scots Navy were with the exception of the Atholl Highlanders , Europe's only legal private army merged with their English counterparts to form the Royal Navy and the British Army , which together form part of the British Armed Forces.
Numerous Scottish regiments have at various times existed in the British Army. In , as a result of the Delivering Security in a Changing World white paper , the Scottish infantry regiments in the Scottish Division were amalgamated to form the Royal Regiment of Scotland.
As a result of the Cameron—Clegg coalition 's Strategic Defence and Security Review , the Scottish regiments of the line in the British Army infantry , having previously formed the Scottish Division, were reorganised into the Scottish, Welsh and Irish Division in Because of their topography and perceived remoteness, parts of Scotland have housed many sensitive defence establishments.
Scapa Flow was the major Fleet base for the Royal Navy until A single front-line Royal Air Force base is located in Scotland.
RAF Lossiemouth , located in Moray , is the most northerly air defence fighter base in the United Kingdom and is home to three fast-jet squadrons equipped with the Eurofighter Typhoon.
The Scottish education system has always been distinct from the rest of the United Kingdom, with a characteristic emphasis on a broad education.
The Curriculum for Excellence , Scotland's national school curriculum, presently provides the curricular framework for children and young people from age 3 to Formal primary education begins at approximately 5 years old and lasts for 7 years P1—P7 ; children in Scotland study Standard Grades , or Intermediate qualifications between the ages of 14 and These are being phased out and replaced by the National Qualifications of the Curriculum for Excellence.
The school leaving age is 16, after which students may choose to remain at school and study for Access , Intermediate or Higher Grade and Advanced Higher qualifications.
There are fifteen Scottish universities , some of which are amongst the oldest in the world. Young Students are defined as those under 25, without children, marriage, civil partnership or cohabiting partner, who have not been outside of full-time education for more than three years.
Scotland's universities are complemented in the provision of Further and Higher Education by 43 colleges. These Group Awards, alongside Scottish Vocational Qualifications, aim to ensure Scotland's population has the appropriate skills and knowledge to meet workplace needs.
Scottish music is a significant aspect of the nation's culture, with both traditional and modern influences. A famous traditional Scottish instrument is the Great Highland bagpipe , a wind instrument consisting of three drones and a melody pipe called the chanter , which are fed continuously by a reservoir of air in a bag.
Bagpipe bands , featuring bagpipes and various types of drums, and showcasing Scottish music styles while creating new ones, have spread throughout the world.
Scotland has a literary heritage dating back to the early Middle Ages. The earliest extant literature composed in what is now Scotland was in Brythonic speech in the 6th century, but is preserved as part of Welsh literature.
As one of the Celtic nations , Scotland and Scottish culture are represented at interceltic events at home and over the world.
The image of St. Andrew , martyred while bound to an X-shaped cross, first appeared in the Kingdom of Scotland during the reign of William I.
There are numerous other symbols and symbolic artefacts, both official and unofficial, including the thistle , the nation's floral emblem celebrated in the song, The Thistle o' Scotland , the Declaration of Arbroath , incorporating a statement of political independence made on 6 April , the textile pattern tartan that often signifies a particular Scottish clan and the royal Lion Rampant flag.
Although there is no official national anthem of Scotland ,  Flower of Scotland is played on special occasions and sporting events such as football and rugby matches involving the Scotland national teams and since is also played at the Commonwealth Games after it was voted the overwhelming favourite by participating Scottish athletes.
St Andrew's Day , 30 November, is the national day , although Burns' Night tends to be more widely observed, particularly outside Scotland. The national animal of Scotland is the unicorn , which has been a Scottish heraldic symbol since the 12th century.
Scottish cuisine has distinctive attributes and recipes of its own but shares much with wider British and European cuisine as a result of local and foreign influences, both ancient and modern.
Traditional Scottish dishes exist alongside international foodstuffs brought about by migration. Scotland's natural larder of game , dairy products, fish, fruit, and vegetables is the chief factor in traditional Scots cooking, with a high reliance on simplicity and a lack of spices from abroad, as these were historically rare and expensive.
Irn-Bru is the most common Scottish carbonated soft drink, often described as "Scotland's other national drink" after whisky.
Mary, on her return to Scotland, brought an entourage of French staff who are considered responsible for revolutionising Scots cooking and for some of Scotland's unique food terminology.
Scottish entrants have won many awards since the festival began in Television in Scotland is largely the same as UK-wide broadcasts, however, the national broadcaster is BBC Scotland , a constituent part of the British Broadcasting Corporation , the publicly funded broadcaster of the United Kingdom.
Scotland also has some programming in the Gaelic language. BBC Alba is the national Gaelic-language channel.
Scotland has a number of production companies which produce films and television programmes for Scottish, British and international audiences.
Popular films associated with Scotland through Scottish production or being filmed in Scotland include Braveheart ,  Highlander ,  Trainspotting ,  Red Road , Neds ,  The Angel's Share , Brave  and Outlaw King Wardpark Studios in Cumbernauld is one of Scotland's television and film production studios where the television programme Outlander is produced.
Scotland has its own national governing bodies, such as the Scottish Football Association the second oldest national football association in the world  and the Scottish Rugby Union.
Variations of football have been played in Scotland for centuries, with the earliest reference dating back to The world's first official international association football match was held in and was the idea of C.
The match was between Scotland and England and resulted in a 0—0 draw. Following this, the newly developed football became the most popular sport in Scotland.
The Scottish Cup was first contested in Queen's Park F. As a result of this key role in the development of the sport Scotland is one of only four countries to have a permanent representative on the IFAB; the other four representatives being appointed for set periods by FIFA.
The SFA also has responsibility for the Scotland national football team , whose supporters are commonly known as the " Tartan Army ".
Celtic, Rangers and Dundee United have also reached European finals, the most recent of these being Rangers in With the modern game of golf originating in 15th-century Scotland, the country is promoted as the home of golf.
Other distinctive features of the national sporting culture include the Highland games , curling and shinty. Scotland has also been successful in motorsport , particularly in Formula One.
Scotland has competed at every Commonwealth Games since and has won medals in total—91 Gold, Silver and Bronze.
Scotland has five international airports operating scheduled services to Europe, North America and Asia, as well domestic services to England, Northern Ireland and Wales.
Highlands and Islands Airports operates eleven airports across the Highlands , Orkney , Shetland and the Western Isles , which are primarily used for short distance, public service operations, although Inverness Airport has a number of scheduled flights to destinations across the UK and mainland Europe.
Edinburgh Airport is currently Scotland's busiest airport handling over 13 million passengers in Network Rail owns and operates the fixed infrastructure assets of the railway system in Scotland, while the Scottish Government retains overall responsibility for rail strategy and funding in Scotland.
The East Coast and West Coast main railway lines connect the major cities and towns of Scotland with each other and with the rail network in England.
Domestic rail services within Scotland are operated by Abellio ScotRail. British Rail created the ScotRail brand.
When British Rail existed, many railway lines in Strathclyde were electrified. Strathclyde Passenger Transport Executive was at the forefront with the acclaimed "largest electrified rail network outside London".
Completed in , this cantilever bridge has been described as "the one internationally recognised Scottish landmark". The Scottish motorways and major trunk roads are managed by Transport Scotland.
The remainder of the road network is managed by the Scottish local authorities in each of their areas. Regular ferry services operate between the Scottish mainland and outlying islands.
Ferries serving both the inner and outer Hebrides are principally operated by the state-owned enterprise Caledonian MacBrayne.
Services to the Northern Isles are operated by Serco. Other routes, served by multiple companies, connect southwest Scotland to Northern Ireland.
Air Traffic Control tower of Edinburgh Airport. Domestic rail services are operated by Abellio ScotRail. A Calmac ferry departing Stornoway.
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