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Donald Trump has lashed out at Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond after it was revealed that wind turbines set to be built
American billionaire businessman Donald Trump opened his luxury golf course in Scotland on Tuesday as he teed off at the
US tycoon Donald Trump has written to First Minister Alex Salmond, warning him Scotland can "never" become independent under
Hollywood took on Holyrood yesterday - and Holyrood won. Donald Trump swept theatrically into the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh intent on halting construction of a pioneering offshore wind turbine test centre near his controversial golf course, north of Aberdeen. But faced with the polite, persistent questioning of Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs), Trump visibly ran out of steam.
Donald Trump has complained he was "lured" into investing in Scotland by two First Ministers. The US businessman said he
Donald Trump has told Scottish MSPs that wind turbines are "one of the most serious problems Scotland has had, or will ever
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US tycoon Donald Trump arrived in Aberdeen ahead of his bid to convince Scottish ministers to axe an "insane" bid to build
US tycoon Donald Trump has warned that wind farms could "completely end" tourism in Scotland and the country is "in effect
US tycoon Donald Trump today said he would help save Scotland from "this madness" by speaking out against wind turbines. The