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Scottish Unionism, British Nationalism and their creeping fascist tendencies

By G.A.Ponsonby On Wednesday Night at the end of Newsnight Scotland, host Andrew Kerr presented the front page of the Scotsman newspaper to...

Review: The Well Happy Band, spreading the word…

Review by Cee Smith An expanding collective of talented musicians and a big box of percussion for the audience to get involved, The Well Happy...

The after-party hangover and that terrible feeling of regret

Commentary by Carolyn McCole For Teresa May, this must feel like the morning after a bad party. Going in with the expectation of making more...

Continuity in Crisis: Lessons From #GE2017

Commentary by Christopher Silver It is risky to attempt to predict where the Great British Crisis will lead us all next. No one can be more...

Fury at BBC’s ‘anti-Scottish’ broadcast

Politicians and members of the public have reacted with fury after a BBC Radio 4 broadcast heard commentators describe Scots as living off of...

Scottish cities punch economically above their weight

By a Newsnet reporter The SNP has welcomed news that Scottish cities are punching above their weight in relation to what businesses contribute...

The yawning chasms within British Conservatism over its DUP love-in

Commentary by Russell Bruce The people have spoken, the bastards So said Dick Tuck in his concession speech following his loss in the 1966 California State...

Podcast: First reactions to Theresa May’s self inflicted poll

Well well well.... welcome to 1974 or thereabouts. A dithering Tory PM. Undue influence awarded to a belligerent set of Ulster Unionists. Europe. Where...

Cuddis election special 2: Why can’t Tories just leave me alone?

Citizen Caddis concludes his one-man election mission to explain For the second time this month, our postie violated the airspace of my lobby by poking yet...

Friday morning blues and the shameless revision of politicians

Commentary by Derek Bateman It’s over but who won? Not Theresa and the Tories – they had the setback of all time. Not Labour, they...