Commentary: The White Man Coup Versus Humanity

Scottish author, playwright and activist Peter Arnott on the whiff of corruption that follows modern Western politics. This little essay started with the thought, prompted...

Clyde-built for the world

By Dorothy Bruce Three items linked like pieces of a jigsaw in my mind this week. The first was a Scottish Government press release informing...

Super wealthy pocket Brexit millions

By Russell Bruce An extraordinarily detailed report from Bloomberg earlier this week shed more light on the manipulation of the sterling exchange rate in the...

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...

What is a MEANINGFUL vote worth at Westminster?

By Russell Bruce The crisis in EU negotiations within May’s dysfunctional party and government rumbles on and on. The inability of presenting solid proposals to...

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...

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...