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Oh lovely jubbly! The poor really do have no accountants

Analysis by Russell Bruce Low-income families subsidise tax relief and tax shelters for the wealthy. Hit hard are the WASPI women, who were not told...

Podcast: What next for Scottish politics?

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it's Steven Purcell! Here at Newsnet Studios we have been waiting Steven's arrival for some...

The Skippy Conjecture: May’s Doppelgängers discovered

In which Citizen Cuddis goes all intellectual and starts using fancy words. It’s the political equivalent of Doormat’s last theorem and I can exclusively reveal...

Promising the past: why Corbyn needs a new policy on Europe

Analysis by Christopher Silver At a certain point, Brexit will have to be implemented. However, its unprecedented nature makes any clear reckoning of the outcome impossible. Brexit...

A year on, May urged to be humble and listen to...

Report by Patience Magill A year into her calamitous Premiership, Theresa May has been urged by the Scottish National Party to put her warm words...

Brexit – At last, the government’s brilliant hand is revealed!

Citizen Cuddis gets to the nub of those Brexit talks. As Peter O’Sullevan often said, 'They're off!' Brexit negotiations started last week and the stakes...

A renewed search for Yes amidst the debris of Brexit

Commentary by Christopher Silver On the morning of June 24 last year, when the UK decided to leave the European Union, there was little comfort...

The Barnett bypass won’t survive Tory deflection and abuse of UK...

Commentary by Derek Bateman The Barnett Bypass is the worst example I recall of what is an accepted funding formula being exploited unfairly for raw...

Dead lady stumbling, the Colonel in fatigues and Borders warfare

Commentary by Russell Bruce One thing is clear from the general election outcome – May cannot survive as Prime Minister for long. The questions are...

Theresa, the DUP, and the pipsqueak ‘representing’ Scotland in Cabinet

Commentary by Derek Bateman What is a Secretary of State for? Scotland’s was abolished in 1746 when naughty highlanders attempted some pre-emptive devolution but was...