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Tag: theresa may

Are the Tories gagging democracy?

By Dorothy Bruce Theresa may is fond of pontificating about British values – a belief in democracy, upholding the rule of law, a deeply embedded...

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...

Reasons why Scotland needs to control immigration

By Russell Bruce The campaign for the Scottish Parliament to gain control of immigration north of the border just gets stronger and stronger. The FT have...

Carillion: From sunny outlook to bust in just five months

By Russell Bruce One of the things you should do at the start of a new year is have a good look at your finances....

Blue balls: Passport palaver and the shapelessness of things to come

Exclusive: Newsnet.scot's intrepid Citizen Cuddis reports from inside Theresa May's head Ever since Brexit slaughtered the goose that laid the golden cash cow’s nest egg...

For 100 years we had the Irish Question – now it’s...

Commentary by Russell Bruce For a 100 years we had the Irish Question - now it’s the British Question The impasse over the Irish border between...

Podcast: From almost our only foreign correspondent

How should we in Scotland digest our international news? As the conventional Scottish newspaper industry grapples with the twin forces of intense competition from...

Podcast: Days of chaos on planet Britannia

What's all the fuss about? Priti Patel drops in on, er, 12 meetings while on "holiday" in Israel, including a friendly chat with the...

Podcast: How do we learn to sing a new song for...

As Theresa May prepared her latest Brexit speech in the bizarrely chosen venue of Florence, Newsnet took time to record a fresh analysis of...

Podcast: The great Labour / Tory / Brexit crisis, discussed

Another week in Scottish politics, another Scottish Labour upheaval with the abrupt resignation of erstwhile leader Kezia Dugdale. Another week in British politics came with...