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Goodbye to the Mackintosh

By Dorothy Bruce What can you say when a building burns down. If a factory or empty structure then you probably don’t say anything -...

Embracing uncertainty

By Dorothy Bruce Dorothy reports on Lesley Riddoch's conversation with Icelandic lawyer Katrin Oddsdóttir On the day that Ian Blackford and the SNP Scottish MPs walked...

Mark McNaught on why Scotland needs a written constitution

Mark McNaught, on his recent visit to Scotland, gave a talk to Paisley Women for Independence. He sets out the clear case for an...

The Westminster Crone

By Dorothy Bruce So there we have it, shown in pinpoint sharpness on our computer screens: Westminster in its antiquity, moribund, manipulative and tawdry. A...

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...

National framework for a successful, inclusive Scotland

By Dorothy Bruce First Minister Nicola Sturgeon today launched  the new framework for building a more successful and inclusive Scotland, and the way in which...

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...

New media and press regulation in an Independent Scotland

Mark McNaught sets out the case for how media regulation should operate post Independence. Could be controversial... By Mark McNaught Newsnet was founded and grew largely...

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...