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Tag: celtic

Easter commentary: Let us embrace our history without being too religious...

As Ireland marks the centenary of the Easter Rising, Cee Smith reflects on Glasgow's conflicted relationship with Irishness Like a great number of Glaswegians I...

Labour hypocrisy revealed on controversial football behaviour legislation

By G.A.Ponsonby This article is not about the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act.  It will argue neither for the legislation nor against it.  I say that...

Rangers v Celtic: Football loyalty shouldn’t beat class solidarity

by Alan Bissett There’s no denying it, the Rangers v Celtic fixture is one of the most exciting in the world. The atmosphere goes beyond...

Pure Joy at Celtic Connections

  Jolene Cargill caught up with Joy Dunlop (pictured) to have a chat about Celtic Connections, her new album and recruiting for MI5! Joy Dunlop has...

Football journalist Hugh Keevins uses Rangers crisis to attack Alex Salmond

By a Newsnet reporter  This weekend an article appeared in the Sunday Mail under the title ‘Alex Salmond should leave football to those involved...

SNP attack Labour’s ‘political manoeuvering’ on Anti-Sectarianism Bill

By a Newsnet reporter  The Scottish Labour party has been criticised for playing "party politics" after it emerged they will refuse to vote on...

Former Labour councillor attacks Strathclyde police over Celtic complaint

By a Newsnet reporter The former convenor of Glasgow council, Michael Kelly, has launched an astonishing attack on Strathclyde police over the recent...

Sectarian tweets by Tory Ruth Davidson’s staffer provoke outrage

New Tory Holyrood group leader Ruth Davidson, has become embroiled in a sectarianism row after it was revealed that one of her staff posted...

Celtic win Europa League appeal

Glasgow Celtic have won their challenge against Swiss side FC Sion and have been re-instated into the Europa League. The appeal by the Glasgow...

A history of Scottish languages – part 2

by Paul Kavanagh 300 AD :  By this time the Brittonic dialect of Roman Britain was beginning to undergo a massive set of phonetic...