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Tag: iceland

Embracing uncertainty

By Dorothy Bruce Dorothy reports on Lesley Riddoch's conversation with Icelandic lawyer Katrin Oddsdóttir On the day that Ian Blackford and the SNP Scottish MPs walked...

Essay: What can we learn from the French about attitudes to...

Cee Smith on French attitudes to protest and what we might learn from them The French, they’re always protesting. Every little thing they take to the streets. We dismiss...

Icelandic voters approve constitutional changes

  By a Newsnet reporter Icelandic voters have given their backing to proposals for a new constitution in a referendum held on Saturday.  A...

Iceland to hold referendum on new constitution

By a Newsnet reporter  The people of Iceland are to be given the opportunity to vote on whether to accept plans for a new...

Iceland now deemed ‘safe investment’ by major credit agency

Iceland’s economy is now stable enough to be considered a safe place to invest according to major credit agency Fitch. Four years after the...

A story missing from our media: Iceland’s on-going revolution

by Deena Stryker  An Italian radio program's story about Iceland’s on-going revolution is a stunning example of how little our media tells us about...

Iceland facing sanctions over mackerel

A meeting at the European Commission today is expected to begin the process of applying sanctions to Iceland, following the commitment made in December...

SNP’s Lochhead welcomes EU mackerel action

The European Fisheries Commissioner to seek action that could lead to an EU-wide ban on Icelandic and Faroese mackerel.Both Iceland and the Faroes have...

Scotland versus Britain – Part 2

ECONOMY...by Alex Porter FDR (Financial Dispute Resolution) Hearing As models, the SNP’s ‘Arc of Prosperity’ involved three countries each of which varied in terms...