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Is Scotland really unique? – Part 1

A response by Margaret Johnstone to Gerry Hassan’s recent article in The National, on those who voted No in 2014.

How the World of Eton Sees Scotland and Scottish Independence

  By Gerry Hassan, The Scotsman, October 20th 2012  The name of Eton resonates down through English tradition and privilege: from the Dave ‘n’...

The Saga of ‘Team GB’ and the Country that doesn’t know...

Gerry Hassan, The Scotsman, April 21st 2012 This week the clock counting down to the London Olympics passed the 100 days to go mark,...

The Missing Million Scots: What Do You Do When Democracy Fails...

By Gerry Hassan, The Scotsman, April 7th 2012 A causal observer might think that the Scottish political classes love consultations and going through the...

Go East Young Man and Woman: The Changing Face of Scotland

By Gerry Hassan, The Scotsman, March 3rd 2012 Scotland’s population is changing, its mix and its make up, and who and where we are,...

So who will speak out for a better Scotland?

By Gerry Hassan, The Scotsman, February 4th 2012 Human beings have a need to associate, to feel they belong and to be part of...

The Self-Preservation Society of ‘Civic Scotland’

By Gerry Hassan, The Scotsman, January 21st 2012 ‘Civic Scotland’ has been spotted these last few weeks, out in public, on manoeuvres, laying out...

Football, Friendship and ‘the 42’ – Part One

By Gerry Hassan, Scottish Review, January 17th 2012 Many things matter to Scots: politics, culture, religion, the list is endless and varied. But to...

The Story of a Northern Rebellion and how it could remake...

By Gerry Hassan, New Statesman, January 16th 2012 The Westminster parties have a northern problem but they do not know what it is or...

The Possible Scotlands of the Future

By Gerry Hassan, The Guardian Comment, January 13th 2012 The Scottish independence story has become one of the UK’s hottest stories, forcing Westminster and...