Category: Europe

Border issues

Mention independence and one of the first issues brought up is the border – that 96 mile boundary between Marshall Meadows Bay on the east coast and the Solway Firth in the west that...

Over but not done

The voting is over, as now are the two nailbiting days of waiting impatiently for results. Will this seat be lost, that seat won? Ecstatic cheers when a seat came our way, but a...

Another country

Jamie Jauncey is not perhaps the typical independence supporter, but when you factor in that his great-great-uncle was Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham (Don Roberto) you may begin to understand his embracing of the independence...

Scotland will be back

Through history, language and culture we are European. The European Union is a unique force for peace and well-being. The UK and Scotland should be active EU members working with partners to promote democracy,...

The perfect storm

This is a Twitter thread by Tanja Bueltmann, Professor of History who holds a Chair in International History at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. She specialises in the history of migration and diaspora, particularly...

Europe Day

Today is Europe Day so it seems fitting to have a clip of Ode to Joy which has been adopted as the anthem of the EU. This is one which particularly appeals at this...

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