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The Gathering: 500 leaders from grassroots Yes movement

By Irene McEwan Hats off to Eddie Smith and Jason Baird for a well planned and inspiring first Gathering of members of the Yes movement....

Scotland’s food and drink industry is going from strength to strength.

By Russell Bruce Yet some idiots want to brand it as ‘British’ While the so-called big supermarkets try to find value in merging, taking over other...

The Mittlestand and us

By Molly Pollock Despite the number of closed shops, and for sale and to let signs that clutter windows in high streets, city centres and...

Scotland has a jauntier step

By Molly Pollock Scotland, read the headline, is the only country to show improvements across any measures of personal well-being. Well, after being battered by...

Queen caught in embarrassment of Carillion collapse

By our undercover Royal Correspondent Carillion is back in the news again as the collapse of Westminster civil servants' favourite outsourcer is pilloried by Westminster...

Oil be dammed! Oil is back yet there is more –...

by Russell Bruce Oil has got interesting again. The dramatic collapse in oil prices started in late 2014 lasting until January 2016 when Brent oil...

In defence of Scotland’s parliament: Michael Russell’s full speech

Minister for UK Negotiations on Scotland’s Place in Europe, Michael Russell Please note: subheadings added and lines in bold are editorial additions by Newsnet newsroom...

Scotland’s future and Brexit

By Russell Bruce This video from Mark McNaught is well worth watching as it covers some of the main issues Scotland will face if we...

Reasons why Scotland needs to control immigration

By Russell Bruce The campaign for the Scottish Parliament to gain control of immigration north of the border just gets stronger and stronger. The FT have...

Opinion polls, referendum timing and the Stockholm syndrome

Commentary by Iain Bruce It’s difficult to know how many “interesting times” we can inhabit simultaneously but the circumstances of the next referendum takes interesting...