Podcast: Should Scotland be thinking global, acting local?

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Zara Kitson
Zara Kitson

The result offers a refreshing insight into what is going on in Scottish politics, and where it might be leading.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. No thanks. I’ve no time for the fantasy politics of righteous radicals. I’m too busy working to effect actual change here in the real world by bringing Scotland’s government home.

    • When I read comments like this it reminds me why the Yes vote is stuck on 45%. So much for tolerant, progressive Scotland if two young campaigners are treated so dismissively. Poor show I think.

  2. “Should Scotland be thinking global, acting local?”

    Scotland should be thinking ‘hard-Indy’ as opposed to ‘hard-Brexit’.

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