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To the core of my being

Els Nicol lives in Berwickshire in the Scottish Borders – a true blue Tory area, apart from a brief period between the 2015 and 2017 general elctions when inhabitants were represented by the SNP’s...

Two whoops of pleasure

The draft referendum bill promised by the Scottish Government has been published. Using the same question as in 2014, a referendum will be held when Covid19 allows, considered to be before the middle of...

Brexit means bust

James Withers is Chief Executive of Scotland Food & Drink, an organisation with over 400 member companies, set up in 2007 to grow the value and reputation of Scotland’s food and drink industry.  Scotland’s...

Shades of legal grey – Part 4

PART 4 This briefing paper has been produced by former journalist David Torrance, long time critic of the SNP government in Scotland, now working as a researcher in the House of Commons library. Briefing...

Shades of legal grey – Part 3

PART 3 This briefing paper has been produced by former journalist David Torrance, long time critic of the SNP government in Scotland, now working as a researcher in the House of Commons library. Briefing...

Shades of legal grey – Part 2

PART 2 This briefing paper has been produced by former journalist David Torrance, long time critic of the SNP government in Scotland, now working as a researcher in the House of Commons library. Briefing...

Shades of legal grey – Part 1

PART 1 This briefing paper has been produced by former journalist David Torrance, long time critic of the SNP government in Scotland, now working as a researcher in the House of Commons library. Briefing...

What a way to earn a living

Lockdowns to repress the spread of Covid 19 can’t be said to have many upsides. Isolation, inability to socialise or see family members who are in care homes or hospitals. Life centred around the...

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