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So what can you see by the dawn's early light? As Washington plays host to the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States,...

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On the eve of Donald Trump's once-unlikely inauguration at the 45th President of the United States, Christopher Silver reflects on our obsession with the man who just...

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Derek Bateman examines the way Scottish culture has been marginalised  Not so many years ago opponents used to laugh at Scottish Nationalism as an echo...

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Russell Bruce presents his analysis of Theresa's May's much-vaunted speech on Europe, and asks what it really tells us about Tory Brexit strategy Lots of...

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Commentary by Derek Bateman Damn the separatists. They’re trying to destroy the country I love. They want to put up borders and divide us from...

Exciting, isn't it? Only a few days now before the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, and de facto "leader of the...

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Commentary by Derek Bateman The BBC news at 5.30 this morning started with an item about Boris Johnson burrowing away to wheedle promises about trade...

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A lost majority for the SNP... then Brexit...now Trump... Who dares to predict what 2017 might bring, after all that? Surely only a fool...

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Commentary by Derek Bateman Hello Darkness, my old friend, I’ve come to talk with you again… Yes, it certainly is a murky view ahead with darkening...

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In the spirit of New Year, regular commentator Bernard Thompson touts his expertise to the Scottish opposition for 2017 The weak are a long time...

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The Right-Honourable Member for Maidenhead addresses non-Brits across the Kingdom  Dear freeloading co-habiters of our sceptr'd isle,  Something has gone buttock over tit with ... well,...

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LETTER FROM PRAGUE Scottish journalist Bernard Thompson - currently teaching in the Czech Republic - takes the year-end to reflect on fake news, mainstream media, and...

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Politically minded Scottish pantosphere enthusiasts had much to tickle their oxters this Yuletide: Ali Babble and the 40 listers (Falkirk), Wullie Rennie and the...

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A seasonal commentary by Derek Bateman The guns fell silent and white flakes drifted gently down from a lowering sky. On one side, concealed within...

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Commentary by Citizen "Sir" F'tang F'tang Ole Biscuit Barrel, er-Cuddis, Knight of the Realm of Despondency that is Scotlandshire. Gordon Brewster's recent Politics Scotland interview with...

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Commentary by Christopher Silver If 2016 was the year when Scottish Labour was damaged, probably beyond repair, 2017 could well be the year that sees...

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The media in Scotland, a subject always sure to stir controversy, but one that remains important as Scottish politics demands centre stage attention. The SNP's...

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Commentary by Derek Bateman The retirement of Colin Blane after a lifetime in BBC radio journalism that took him from Beijing to Johannesburg to Brussels...

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The US Environmental Protection Agency released a definitive study this week concluding that hydraulic fracturing can impact drinking water at each stage in the shale gas production process....

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Commentary by Fraser Wallace The Lendakari, or leader, of the Basque Government, Iñigo Urkullu, told the Spanish newspaper El Pais last week that 'in a globalised world, independence...

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Craig Murray, scourge of the Blairite establishment during his time at the Foreign Office, and critic of the SNP after the party's refusal to...

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When a cub reporter for Radio Shortbread’s four p.m Newsdrive programme misapplied the BBC’s quality control procedures, an unspun package believed to have been...

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World affairs are getting so scary, so baffling, that people are grasping for historical parallels. Is it the 1930s all over again? The cataclysmic...

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Two leading voices for and against "fracking" gave evidence at Westminster this week. Here Newsnet.scot reproduces the highlights of the exchanges on this vital...

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Review: Cee Smith on Girobabies' Mark and a spin-out album ‘Need the Characters’ is the solo album of Girobabies' frontman and all-round "guy who makes...

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Commentary by Derek Bateman The SNP favour the Norway option which I can’t stop thinking of as a Monty Python sketch in a pet shop...

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What on earth is happening to the British economy in the wake of the Brexit vote? Chancellor Philip Hammond's revelation that Brexit may lead...

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Commentary by Derek Bateman The post truth agenda majors on Brexit and Trump of course, but omits one of the crazier aspects of the last...

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Poet Cee Smith considers a band making waves with their own musical poetry, and reflects how a sound can affect you in a certain moment...

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Commentary by Christopher Silver Nigel Farage has already branded 2016 as a year of political revolution. Last week, the UKIP leader beamed, like a small boy...

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Alex Neil, one of the Scottish National Party's most prominent figures, shocked some colleagues when he revealed recently that he voted for Brexit in...

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REVIEW: Glasgow poet Cee Smith reflects on an unlikely Scottish movie hit from 2016 Where You’re Meant to Be is exactly what it’s tagline says...

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‘We are respecting the wishes of the Scottish People …’ One of many breathtaking conceits perpetrated on Scotland by the Westminster government. The very same...

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A vote for modernity and defining our own path. That's how self-described "musician, writer, thinker and pest" Pat Kane describes the independence vote Scotland...

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Commentary by Derek Bateman We’re all having to rethink our position these days to respond to fast-changing events. We try to hold on to our...

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Exclusive report from Paisley, Sunday: Cosmopolitan epicentre of the central belt. Where the citizens’ love affair with the Heedrum Hodrum Collider continues to blossom....

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We invite two leading Yes figures, bloggers James Kelly (ScotGoesPop!) and Paul Kavanagh (WeeGingerDug) and what happens? Donald Trump gets elected that's what. Still reeling...

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Commentary by Derek Bateman Oh lighten up…how bad can it be? Really? OK, a narcissistic sociopath with the petulance of a five-year-old and no governing...

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As an officially registered Friend of America, I have some dark thoughts about our cousins in the USA. It isn’t that I haven’t tried...

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  At the end of a vicious US Presidential election campaign Christopher Silver reflects on the implications of a Trump ascendancy, in the context of failed...

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The focus has all been on a Trump presidency, but the prospect of Hillary Clinton ascending to the Oval Office, vacated 16 years ago...

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Commentary by Derek Bateman It’s the struggle between people and power…the state versus the citizen. It could be the courts or the politicians, no matter....

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By Russell Bruce Leaving the EU is a gigantic miscalculation. Europe shares cultural, social and vital security ties as well as being the largest trading...

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Citizen Commentator: Campbell Martin 'It Could Be You' - the slogan used by the National Lottery to encourage us into gambling, looking for a life-changing win...

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Belief A technique borrowed from religion, used by teeth-gnashing, spit-speckled unionist apparatchiks whenever their threadbare, evidence-lite, jingoistic, shoogly-peg arguments in favour of the union start...

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Derek Bateman follows up on the controversy over his criticism of the plan to launch a billboard advertising campaign against the BBC and intended...

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Serial political party activist and former Member of the European Parliament Hugh Kerr has finally met his nemesis. His career began with Labour and...

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What a weird world we are living in right now. A world where Japanese car manufacturers suddenly reverse all their concerns about Brexit and...

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Derek Bateman makes a personal case against the plan for anti-BBC Scotland billboards, and argues for a rational critique of the BBC's coverage of the...

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Commentary by Derek Bateman I caught part of the STV programme Scotland Tonight, celebrating its fifth year on the air, as it  assessed the success of...
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