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Tag: David Cameron

Bombings vote will expose fissures within several parties at Westminster

By Hugh Kerr The drums of war are beating heavily. While in Scotland both Labour and the SNP are officially waiting for Cameron to reveal...

Bateman: All becomes clear in the world according to the Unionist...

Commentary by Derek Bateman If, like me, you spent the last week confused about why the SNP was giving credence to Labour’s latest ploy, then...

In these porcine times, who waits in the wings: Boris or...

Commentary by Peter Arnott What country, friends, is this? Well pigs might fly... What is interesting about the Daily Mail turning from savaging Jeremy Corbyn for one...

The young will see UK crumble in slow burning but irreversible...

As we mark the first anniversary of Scotland's extraordinary referendum, Derek Bateman reflects on the 12 months that followed and what they mean for...

The Establishment pottiness of PMQs, reform or no reform

Commentary by Derek Bateman My first response is Who Cares? PMQs? Haud me back…a platform for the bully boys and bigots to bawl at each...

A chance for Scotland to save the UK from itself on...

Derek Bateman reflects on the refugee crisis and its implications for Scotland, the UK and Europe You may say that the Scotland football team is...

Campaigner: Land reform bill can be improved via crucial consultation

Leading land reform campaigner Andy Wightman has produced a briefing on the Scottish Government's Land Reform bill to help people who want to lobby...

Reflections on the EU referendum challenges to come

By Dr Peter Lynch I know we’ve just had an election but be prepared for more, much more. David Cameron seems set to fire the...

Salmond: Labour’s paying the price for missing the trick on Devo...

by a Newsnet.scot Reporter Alex Salmond believes Labour and Tories made massive mistakes by ignoring the "Devo Max" referendum option when it was being negotiated...

Why is Labour so far behind in the old nags’ race...

Commentary by Derek Bateman The Tories are a dozen seats ahead or they’re a handful behind Labour; the polling percentages are neck and neck and...