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...

Labour ‘theft charge’ MP’s try to avoid trial

  The three Labour MP’s accused of theft have argued that they should not face trial for the alleged offences because they are members...

Why Alton Towers?

Kenneth Roy Thursday morningThere was a glimpse on Scottish Television yesterday evening of why the UK Department for Culture, Media and Sport,...

Labour’s knife campaign ‘misleading’

  Labour's policy of 'automatic jail for knife carriers' appeared to be in chaos after the party admitted to Holyrood Justice Committee witnesses that...

Johnston press halts ‘pay-to-read’ trial

  Johnston press who publish The Scotsman and Scotland on Sunday newspapers as well as many other local titles are understood to have ended...

Rebel with a cause

Kenneth Roy This is John Bannon's last day in Scottish public life: his term of office as a non-executive member of Greater Glasgow and...

Westminster criticised over Megrahi release

The Labour government at Westminster has been savaged by a committee of MPs over its ‘disjointed’ response in the run up to the compassionate...

Cocaine, Mr Purcell, and the administration of justice

{jcomments on}Kenneth Roy Scot free The former leader of Glasgow City Council, last heard of 'recuperating' in Australia, has now made his...

Fears of downgrade of UK credit rating

The UK faces the prospect of a humiliating downgrading of its credit rating after Portugal suffered the fate only days ago. ...