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Photo Above: Princes Street McDonalds © Ian Thomson on Geograph
By Aisling Press
McDonald’s on Princes Street will no longer be permitted to open around the clock. The city centre branch, which is popular with late-night revellers, will now remain open no later than 3am.
The move comes after the City of Edinburgh Council Licensing Sub-Committee withdrew their consent for the all-night opening hours.
Photo Above: Edinburgh Christmas Market © Silja Froehlich
By Silja Froelich
Edinburgh these days feels like strolling through Santa Claus’ winter wonderland. Blinking trees, gift ribbon decorated houses and sparkling light chains illuminate the town. Once again, Edinburgh’s Christmas market opens its doors, adding extra glow to Scotland’s capital.