This week the people of Dunblane, Scotland will again share in the immense pain caused by the shootings in a school. Many people affected will share their experiences and some will relive that trauma. So why is it that in terms of these evil and tragic acts of violence cause us to come together to commemorate and open up our thoughts again, for some creating great pain and dividing many people on how we should remember or forget.
Aimie Adam, a survivor of the Dunblane massacre, broke down on national television this morning as she said she "feels sorry
The former head teacher of Dunblane Primary School has broken his 20-year silence to describe how he remains racked by guilt
As a non-US citizen watching yet another parent interviewed after yet another gun massacre in the USA, I can only nod in impotent agreement as the tormented father of one of the victims, Richard Martinez, screams anguished questions at his own government, asking what has been done to prevent these repeated tragedies. The plain answer of course is : Nothing.
Andy Murray struggled to hold back tears as he was granted the freedom of Stirling on an emotional return to his home town
Nigel Farage is frequently described as a "populist" and "man of the people" (although seemingly only by his critics), but last week he did something uncharacteristically un-populist...
I wasn't in Newtown, Connecticut last night, but I was in Dunblane, and as soon as BBC Scotland correspondent Colin Blane
Andy Murray was given a hero's welcome in his home town of Dunblane in Scotland on Sunday, following his historic five-set
A survivor of the Dunblane massacre who tried to rape a pensioner in her own home is expected to be sentenced on Monday. Ryan