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In 1603, King James VI of Scotland succeeded to the English throne, uniting the crowns of Scotland and England in a personal union known as the Union of the Crowns, though Scotland remained, in all other respects, a separate kingdom.
Subsequent Scottish support for Charles Stuart's restoration to the throne of England resulted in Edinburgh's occupation by Oliver Cromwell's Commonwealth of England forces – the New Model Army – in 1650.
Councillor Keith Tomlin said: 'We are relieved that no one was injured, but had this happened in daytime there was a chance of serious injury to workers on the farm where it was located or to the public on the road nearby.'Of greater concern is that Torridge District Council have recently approved the erection of a second turbine of the same size and manufacture at this location that would have been closer to the public road.'Early rain will clear from eastern England today to leave most of the UK with spells of sunshine and downpours, which will be heaviest and most frequent in the West with the chance of hail and thunder.
A Met office spokesman said: 'A band of squally rain will push across the country this evening - with about 5-10mm falling overnight - and some thunder, hail and turbulent weather, especially in hilly areas.
As a consequence, the Parliament of Scotland merged with the Parliament of England to form the Parliament of Great Britain, which sat at Westminster in London.
In 638, the Gododdin stronghold was besieged by forces loyal to King Oswald of Northumbria, and around this time control of Lothian passed to the Angles.
In the 17th century, Edinburgh's boundaries were still defined by the city's defensive town walls.
As a result, the city's growing population was accommodated by increasing the height of the houses.
The official population estimates are 464,990 (2012) for the Locality of Edinburgh (Edinburgh pre 1975 regionalisation plus Currie and Balerno), The city is the annual venue of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
It is home to national institutions such as the National Museum of Scotland, the National Library of Scotland and the Scottish National Gallery.