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How Yes couldn’t cope with the Better Together spin campaign

Book review: Derek Bateman Near the start of the referendum campaign I contacted a Scottish publisher to suggest a book on its progress with insider...

Sheikhs in shakedown mode

Russell Bruce starts a series of reports on oil prices and geo-politics. What price a barrel of oil? – is the $1000 question. One thing we...

Truth must not be the first casualty of war

Derek Bateman reflects on today's murderous events in Paris America did not end with 9/11, whether it’s an evil empire or not. Nobody we know...

Strictly Come Voting for the UK parties

Derek Bateman reflects on the launch of the UK election campaign Is it the start of the general election campaign or is it Strictly Come...

Can Scotland make a difference to a grim, grinding UK election...

Maurice Smith takes an early New Year look at the UK General Election campaign Welcome to 2015, where British politics takes a further step into...

UK Government lobbied US to back Scottish No campaign

By Newsnet.scot Reporter The extent of UK Government attempts to pressure the United States to intervene on the side of the No campaign in last...

Prince Andrew, Jane Doe #3 and media intrigue

From Russell Bruce, our (occasional) Royal Correspondent Another Palace Cock-up ? Possibly quite literally, if a widely-reported motion to a Florida court is found to...

Fracking: Ministers urged to probe health impact

By Newsnet.scot Reporter The Scottish Government is being urged to probe the full health impact of "fracking" before any formal applications come before local councils. The...

Media silence on fracking in Scotland ?

By Maurice Smith The man who accused the BBC of systematic bias in its news coverage of the referendum campaign has turned his attention to...

Ruth Nicol and ‘Three Rivers Meet’

During 2014, the Scottish artist Ruth Nicol embarked on a personal and political journey that paralleled the referendum. As Scotland pondered her destiny, Ruth...