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  • Europe

    Europe in Scotland #EU2

    In the third of our series inviting European citizens living in Scotland to reflect on the Brexit crisis, Svenja Meyerricks  contributes. #EU2 How has the Brexit […]

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    Svenja Meyerricks 23rd Sep'16 8
  • Europe

    Europe in Scotland #EU2

    In the second of our series inviting European citizens living in Scotland to reflect on the Brexit crisis, Jean-Loup Rebours-Smith contributes. #EU2 I’m originally a […]

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    Jean-Loup Rebours-Smith 11th Sep'16 38
  • Europe
    Dovydas Kuliešas 9th Sep'16 66
  • Commentary

    The Last Days of Flashman

    Off he toddles humming away. ‘Right’. He doesn’t exactly look very bothered does he? People like David Cameron are born in power and will die […]

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    Mike Small 12th Jul'16 40
  • International

    The Irish Dimension

    ‘England’s difficulty is Ireland’s opportunity.’ That old republican dictum was oft-repeated in the run-up to Easter 1916, when King was busy battling Kaiser in far-flung […]

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    Peter Geoghegan 29th Jun'16 8
  • Europe

    Scotland, a European Nation

    Scotland, a European nation adjourned in 1707, is hereby reconvened. The Scottish parliament, overwhelmingly and without a single vote against, has endorsed its first full […]

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    Michael Gray 29th Jun'16 90
  • EU membership

    The Real Result of the Referendum

    Last Friday I woke up before the alarm went off and picked up the phone to check the time. Even before having it for certain […]

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    Joana Ramiro 28th Jun'16 31
  • Scots

    Let’s Be Gallus, no Sleekit

    Gin we’ve lairnt onyhin fae the lest twa elections, then it’s shairlie that, firstlie, polls are gey doutsome, an voters gey ragglish. Jist whaur did […]

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    Ashley Husband Powton 21st Jun'16 10
  • welfare

    Cameron’s Toxic Welfare Debate

    The date was 22nd February and David Cameron had just returned from a summit in Brussels. Europe was experiencing the largest movement of people since […]

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    Ellenor Hutson 20th Jun'16 3
  • Commentary

    Blimey, it could be Brexit!

    Too often we see things through a purely Scottish lens. Brexit is voicing us to change that. Anthony Barnett has written a book on how […]

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    Anthony Barnett 20th Jun'16 6
  • Europe

    A European Citizen In Glasgow

    As a society, we have more to lose than to gain if we leave argues German-Scot Svenja Meyerricks: “The founding principles of the EU as an […]

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    Svenja Meyerricks 20th Jun'16 14
  • Antifascism

    Brexit Edinburgh includes the BNP

    Grassroots Out, a group campaigning for a Leave vote faces a police probe after Evie Love, a local food and land campaigner was intimidated and […]

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    Mike Small 19th Jun'16 14
  • Commentary

    Mayday! Mayday! After Labour

    We need to talk about politics after Labour. The Australian politician John Howard said, of political campaigns: “You can’t fatten the pig on market day”. […]

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    Gordon Guthrie 16th Jun'16 1
  • Commentary

    All at Sea

    Not since Willy and Barnabas and Malcolm MacLaren embraced the waterways has so much fun been had as yesterday’s Brexit Flotilla holed the credibility of the […]

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    Mike Small 16th Jun'16 6
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