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Brexit: Out means Out

By Russell Bruce When Joseph Chamberlain returned from Munich in 1938 he came back with a useless piece of paper. ‘Peace in our time’ was...

What currency should an Independent Scotland aim for?

By Russell Bruce The proposal from the Growth Commission that Scotland should use sterling for 10 to 15 years after independence has given rise to...

Scotland’s oil and gas sales up 18.2%

The latest oil and gas sales for 2017/18 are up 18.2% by output value compared to 2016/17. Despite a small drop in output volume of...

Brexit and Scotland

By Russell Bruce Newsnet is pleased to present this fascinating video of a packed meeting in Selkirk last week. Michael Russell MSP, is the Cabinet...

Mitigate with Mogg: The Hard Brexit Survivor Guide

Citizen Cuddis presents the way ahead for the dark days of Brexit Cruella De Ville lookee-likee, Theresa May, and the current Rover Assortment of biscuit-brained...

Brexit: UK politics in a maelstrom of indecision

By Russell Bruce When the only certainty is uncertainty, Scotland must take up the reins of positive direction and not keep hanging on to find...

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...

Newsnet has moved

If you are reading this then you have found Newsnet on our new hosting provider. As part of the migration we have cleaned up the...

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,...