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Was contract cancelled because Valneva is a French company with a...

The contracts the UK government issued to Valneva for the vaccine they were developing were announced to great fanfare as another union...

It’s Scotland’s gas and a tale of two economic models

By Russell Bruce Or it should be, because it is too wee, too poor, too stupid Scotland, subsidised by...

Boris Johnson: Economic illiterate

By Russell Bruce Johnson has spoken and confirmed we are not all in it together but all on our...

Scotland can’t afford to stay in the Union much longer

By Russell Bruce Forget Project Fear as directed at Scotland and pay attention to the real problem. The future...

Puerile and petty shenanigans

Molly Pollock takes a look at the latest evidence Boris Johnson is running scared of Nicola Sturgeon and thinks he can shut...

Dependence on fossil fuel, 4 nation analysis

By Russell Bruce Recently published data shows Scotland produced enough renewable electricity to meet 95.9% of our own consumption...

What’s Boris playing at with Covid?

By Russell Bruce It was supposed to be data not dates but all the talk of 'Freedom Day' gave...
We are European

Welcome to social distancing from Europe: Max Brexit

By Russell Bruce Five years ago England (and Wales by a narrower margin) voted for Brexit. Scotland voted 62%...
BBC Public Services Broadcaster - for the Union

How BBC Scotland politicised the pandemic and put the Union before...

By The Media Monitor On Sunday, BBC Scotland news bulletins were filled with an attack on the SNP by...

World…err…beating…umm trade…uhh…trade…err…thingwy

Australians are voicing disbelief at the UK acceptance of the trade ‘deal’. For the UK the only benefit is cheaper food coming at the expense of UK farms losing business. Rather than the ‘deal’ opening up new, foreign markets for UK businesses, this ‘deal’ appears to be opening up UK markets to foreign competition which will severely damage UK livelihoods.