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Tag: democracy

It’s 19th October 2023

Molly Pollock produces a short summary of today's big news Today, on 28th June 2022, Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister...

Democracy, food, the environment: Lessons we can learn from Iceland

Molly Pollock comments on our Nordic connections and the extraordinary experience of Iceland, one of Europe's poorest nations when it voted for...

Of the people, by the people, for the people

We are going to take a look at democracy - British style - to see how it shapes up with other European...

Labour under pressure over Union Terrace Gardens scrap bid as mandate...

By G.A.Ponsonby  Labour has come under pressure from business leaders in Aberdeen over the party’s bid to overturn the result of a local referendum...

Food, democracy and markets

by David Malone So far this year ordinary people in Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Jordan, Yemen, Oman and Iran have taken to the streets.  In...

Banks and democracy: profit and loss

by David Malone What has been gained these last two years and what has been lost?  And how shall its value be measured?Here are...

Whit’s Liz’s number agin?

by Peter ThomsonScotland hasnae got a king an’ she hasnae got a queen,Hoo can there be a second Liz when the first yin’s never...

Scottish Elections For Sale?

POLITICS...by Alex Porter A controversial Labour Party plan to pay for a year’s free newspaper subscription for every 18 year old raises very serious...