Ashley Graczyk’s journey to YES

Ashley says Yes. Ashley Graczyk serves the Sighthill and Gorgie Ward and is Edinburgh’s first profoundly deaf Councillor. Ashley’s experience fuelled her interest in...

GERS: a silly season fixture?

By Fiona Grahame Fiona Grahame, Editor of the Orkney News, casts her eye over the GERS figures published last week. First published in the Orkney...

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Iceland: a nation living with an unpredictable environment

By Irene McEwanYes Berwickshire recently hosted an evening with the journalist and broadcaster, Lesley Riddoch which included the showing of her Nation 2 film,...

Brexit update from Michael Russell

By Russell BruceAs the UK trundles along with Brexit negotiations, like a hedgehog on the prowl, but with considerably less sense of purpose, the world...

Pensions Now and in Independent Scotland

By Dot JessimanOne of the big issues, and one used effectively by unionists to scare people in the last referendum, was that of pensions....

Outlaw King

By Russell BruceThe trailer for Outlaw King, the story of Robert the Bruce's campaign for Scottish Independence against enormous odds, is causing much excitement. Independence then...

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Exclusive: Scotland Remain polling data analysed

By Russell Bruce Newsnet has obtained the dataset behind Sunday’s story in the Observer on the shift in support in 112 UK constituencies from Leave...

A powder keg waiting to explode

Molly Pollock looks at the structure of companies in the UK and Scotland and finds many Brexit worries with one businessman describing it as...