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Tag: indyref

In the Murphy bunker, refugees are sniffing the polls for signs...

Commentary by Derek Bateman You know it’s bad when even Professor John Curtice is saying: "Hey guys. Wake up and smell the coffee." I suspect though,...

The thoughts of Peter May: On video

Top selling Scottish crime writer Peter May renewed an old acquaintanceship with Newsnet Radio's Derek Bateman this week. Peter, in Scotland to promote his...

Spin-free journalism that reflected the Scottish referendum mood

Book review: Maurice Smith Political journalism is too often bogged down in the petty sectarianism of party rivalry and the long-held grudges nursed in the...

Glasnost in Glasgow? Expat who covered indyref for Russian media

By Louise Devlin Born and bred in Glasgow, it was useful to know what side my bread was buttered when working for an international video...

Can Scotland make a difference to a grim, grinding UK election...

Maurice Smith takes an early New Year look at the UK General Election campaign Welcome to 2015, where British politics takes a further step into...

2014: That was some year, that was

Derek Bateman reflects on 2014, a momentous year for Scotland We should have been both celebrating independence and sweating over what to do with it...

Row deepens over Treasury civil servants’ indyref role

By Thomas Connolly The row over the highly-charged role of the Treasury's specially created referendum unit - first revealed by Newsnet Scotland - has deepened...
Ex ambassador Craig Murray

Episode 26: A shocking tale of torture and indifference

Lifelong diplomat Craig Murray had a career-ending experience as "Our Man in Tashkent" when he reported widespread use of torture and other malpractice by...