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Tag: Donald Trump

Podcast: Populist politics and the media. Discuss.

Sometimes on Newsnet Radio we use our weekend podcasts to reflect on political events near and far, using that landscape to compare and contrast...

The news hidden in plain sight, and why Liam Fox sets...

Russell Bruce probes some of the murky history of Theresa May's "international trade secretary", right wing Tory figure Dr Liam Fox. Finally after much pushing,...

Independence will only happen if we’re prepared to break some rules

Commentary by Christopher Silver It should come as no surprise that the UK Government has all but ruled out granting the Scottish Parliament the ability...

The grotesque failings of a Prime Minister in thrall to uncivilised...

Derek Bateman reflects on a few implications of Trump's Muslim ban. The inhuman fiasco at American airports and the failure of a British Prime Minister to...

Podcast: What can you see by the dawn’s early light?

So what can you see by the dawn's early light? As Washington plays host to the inauguration of the 45th president of the United States,...

The new leader of the ‘free world’, ready to offend and...

On the eve of Donald Trump's once-unlikely inauguration at the 45th President of the United States, Christopher Silver reflects on our obsession with the man who just...

Podcast: Hail to our tartan Chief, an’ a’ that

Exciting, isn't it? Only a few days now before the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, and de facto "leader of 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: On Britain’s bloody imperial past, and present

Craig Murray, scourge of the Blairite establishment during his time at the Foreign Office, and critic of the SNP after the party's refusal to...

Podcast: Pat Kane says it’s time for Scotland to tack left

A vote for modernity and defining our own path. That's how self-described "musician, writer, thinker and pest" Pat Kane describes the independence vote Scotland...