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Tag: Westminster

Hamilton: Winnie Ewing’s lightning strike against Labour

By Alexander Bruce Alexander Bruce campaigned in the November 1967 Hamilton by-election won by Winnie Ewing with 18,397 votes...

Heid bummer – the qualities needed

Photo by Stephen Noble on Unsplash By Molly Pollock Nicola Sturgeon has announced her...

There’s good news and bad news

By Russell Bruce What good news you might well ask but it is just a question of looking without...

Wooden and woeful

By Molly Pollock To save her premership Prime Minister Liz Truss unceremoniously ditched Kwasi Kwarteng, her chancellor, having...

Truss Government voodoo economics

By Russell Bruce Well that went down well didn't it. Few takers for Kwerteng's mini budget which was not...

Oh Look, World beating energy bills

By Russell Bruce At last something that is really 'World Beating' as UK faces the biggest increase in energy...

Ofcom surveys explain a lot about UK four nations

By Russell Bruce The differences between the levels of interest about news concerning each of the four nations is...

Fact Check: Can Scotland hold #indyref2 without a Section 30 from...

Why #indyref2 is very different from 2014. The Scottish Parliament has powers that it did not have in 2014.

UK government’s hit on our energy bills gets even worse

By Russell Bruce In the last article we summarized the information on the hidden taxes added to our energy...

Birling Johnson: the unpredictable PM hanging around

By Russell Bruce Birl is a good Scots word meaning spin or whirl which fits nicely with a PM...