Pope Benedict XVI's visit to Scotland
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The head of a Scottish Catholic aid charity has said he is "unhappy" about a decision to fund the Pope's UK visit with cash intended to help the poor in the world's poverty-stricken nations.
MONEY intended to alleviate poverty in the world's poorest countries was used to help fund the Pope's visit to the UK, MPs have revealed.
LOTHIAN and Borders Police has been landed with a bill of up to £1.2 million for policing last year's climate camp protests and the Pope's visit.
THE Pope's visit has left the city council with a bill of £250,000, it emerged today.
THE government's terrorism watchdog is to investigate the arrests of six men quizzed by police over an alleged plot to attack the Pope.
IT WAS hailed as the most important spiritual visit to Scotland since the Reformation - but it has come at a cost.
THE Pope's visit to Edinburgh has been hailed as a success by an academic study.
AN "ALMIGHTY row" blew up behind the scenes over the music for the Papal Mass at Bellahouston Park last month, a Scots composer claimed yesterday.
The gift which the Pope gave to the Queen on his recent visit to the UK has gone on public display.
COUNCIL leader Jenny Dawe has hailed the efforts of council staff during the visit of the Pope to Edinburgh.
NUMBERS attending Catholic church services across the city were boosted thanks to the visit of Pope Benedict XVI.
THE BBC yesterday defended its coverage of last week's visit of Pope Benedict XVI after complaints from viewers that its coverage had either been too favourable, too critical or too long.
NAME: Cardinal Leonardo Sandri
CLOSE your eyes and try to picture St Peter's Square in Rome a few years hence. The crowds have gathered. The TV crews on elevated platforms have their cameras trained on the chimney of the Sistine Chapel, from which has emerged billows of white smoke - and in the distance bells toll to herald a new Pope.
A MAN has been arrested after a laser was allegedly shone at the Strathclyde Police helicopter during the Pope's visit to Glasgow last week.
SUNSHINE broke through the clouds to replace hours of rain as the Pope arrived at Cofton Park in Birmingham to beatify Cardinal John Henry Newman.
IT WAS a historic visit which saw him confront his critics, challenge the growth of secularism, express his sorrow at the child sex scandals that have rocked the Catholic Church and bring closer the prospect of the first non-martyred English saint since before the Reformation.
AUTUMN sunshine streamed over Archbishop House in London, tucked away behind Westminster Cathedral, as the Pope began the third and perhaps most monumental day of his tour of Britain by meeting Prime Minister David Cameron.