Thursday, July 19, 2018
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Ordinary, middle-class Mr Brown

Kenneth Roy In the battle for ordinariness, the prime minister has struck the first blow. Although he stopped short of describing himself as...

Now on BBC1 the election – except for viewers in Scotland

  They’re off, the phoney war is over, they’re out of the traps .... these and every other cliché you can think of have...

The secret networkers

Kenneth Roy Two weeks ago, I suggested that my old paper, the Herald, should conduct an investigation into the activities of Team Glasgow,...

Papers being selective

Hugh McDougall East Kilbride   The New Labour candidate for East Kilbride and Strathaven - an acolyte of the ‘disgraced’ Adam Ingram -...

SNP attack ‘continued silence’ over Purcell

  Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon today attacked Labour’s silence over the Steven Purcell scandal and repeated calls for an independent inquiry.   ...

The Herald attacks ‘deeply flawed concordat’

  The Herald newspaper has attacked the agreement between the Scottish government and local authorities that allows those local authorities greater autonomy on how...

Labour’s Scottish woes continue as ‘border guards’ scare ridiculed

Labour were last night accused of orchestrating an exchange of letters at Westminster in order to produce a series of ridiculous claims including one...

Glasgow born video artist breakthrough in the US.

Newsnet Scotland received the following press release, the theme is art and entertainment - we are only too happy to publish and wish Glasgow born...

Purcell – Labour ‘confessions’ as pressure mounts

  Revelations in The Scotsman newspaper confirming that Drugs enforcement officers warned disgraced ex council leader Steven Purcell of a video they believed existed of...

Lib Dems join Labour to prevent Glasgow Council investigation

  Calls for an independent investigation into the goings on at Scotland’s largest local authority have been thwarted after Liberal democrat councillors teamed up...