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Brexit: an Airbus exit could be a threat to Scottish jobs

Exclusive report by Russell Bruce The Airbus wing assembly plant in Wales has been given extensive coverage in the media but the possible affect on...

Ineos loses fracking case

By Russell Bruce Scottish Government win case against fracking The rejection of the petitioners case is a win for the Scottish Government and the careful handling...

Scotland attracts record numbers of investment projects

By Molly Pollock Outside of London, Scotland remains the UK's most attractive location for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), with a higher FDI growth rate than...

Jaguar Land Rover discover Slovakia

By Russell Bruce The problem with British branding is brands, even those much associated with Britain, are moveable. British today - gone tomorrow. The car...

Don’t panic – oh no!

By Molly Pollock The food was excellent, the Burgundy flowed, liqueurs were served, conviviality reigned. Boris’s mouth loosened. And somewhere in the room a recording...

Taxing Question

By Russell Bruce Taxes and charges are lower in Scotland Newsnet has being doing some analysis. The Tories have been a bit quiet on their mantra...

Spanish Government falls: Catalan Republic edges closer?

By Mark McNaught On the afternoon of May 31 2018, Spanish Parliamentarian Aitor Estaban of the Basque National Party pledged his party’s support for the censure...

Children of the Sea: dynamic and resilient

Too wee, too poor - not in the Faroes By Russell Bruce Lesley Riddoch and Phantom Power Films have made a very powerful film on a...

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...