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Tag: Common Space

Podcast: Onward march of simplistic election politics

Halfway through the general election campaign, the various party manifestos slipping into the public consciousness, and the opinion polls remain largely unchanged. Is the...

Podcast: After last year, who dares predict what 2017 will bring?

A lost majority for the SNP... then Brexit...now Trump... Who dares to predict what 2017 might bring, after all that? Surely only a fool...

Podcast: New media, old media, Dublin & Brexit

The media in Scotland, a subject always sure to stir controversy, but one that remains important as Scottish politics demands centre stage attention. The SNP's...

Podcast: The phony war is over, let the real campaign begin

The Scottish Parliament dissolved, the party campaigns being launched and now the day once nominated by the SNP as Scottish Independence Day - had...

Podcast: Scottish media through the looking glass

  Two familiar faces returned to the Newsnet studio this week, to discuss the future of Scottish journalism, the direction taken by Scottish politics, Europe and...

Podcast: Scottish politics, Europe, and the battle for the ‘second vote’

The Newsnet Radio podcast returned for 2016 with a round-table discussion involving Common Space editor Angela Haggerty and ScotGoesPop opinion poll analyst and blogger...

Battle for the ‘list’ vote: why backing RISE won’t help independence

G.A. Ponsonby argues that a vote for RISE will not help the case for independence Last summer a new political movement was born.  RISE, which...

‘UK’s most dangerous woman’ in shock Christmas party invite storm, no-one...

Commentary by Derek Bateman Now in the old days an invite to a media Christmas drinks do meant an afternoon and evening training for the...

Scotland’s ‘alternative media’ has a long way to go if it...

G.A. Ponsonby, a founder and former editor of Newsnet.scot, presents a personal view on where Scotland's 'alternative media' should go next... It’s a term that...