An in-depth look at the demise of Carillion and the dangers of selling off the State to the lowest bidder, via Not Another Fake Newscast.
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Scotland has very different immigration needs to the UK as a whole. The UK post-Brexit immigration plans are really bad for Scotland’s economy. Therefore, Scottish migration policy should be devolved.
The regional breakdown from the UK Governments own Brexit analysis, confirms that the recent ScotGov report was correct. All Brexit scenarios hurt Scotland.
Copy of a letter from Nicola Sturgeon to Theresa May underlining how important it is for Scotland to remain in the Single Market after Brexit.
I don’t know about you, but the cost of refurbishing Westminster seems a bit over the top to me. Here is a list of better uses for that type of cash.
A very informative short film about the history of the Scots language covering its heyday, its decline and its current resurgence.
In a bid to end Daily Mail style Fake News, we have created an example of what their flag-gate correction should have looked like.
There are a lot of hypothetical economic arguments surrounding Scottish independence. However, in the real world, it is clear that small countries are richer and are better places to live.
In the last week, both Scottish Labour and Tories have made big principled stances that crumbled when push came to shove.
According to a new report from the University of Birmingham, UK regions are set to suffer more than their EU counterparts due to Brexit trade decline.
We are told repeatedly that Scotland trades four times as much with the UK as we do with the EU? The Brexit deal shows that won’t be hurt by independence.
David Davis, the man in charge of the Brexit negotiations has clearly misled parliament with regards to the Brexit impact papers and should face punishment.
With all the commotion yesterday, you may have missed the DUP and the Scottish Tories depriving the devolved parliaments of post-brexit powers.
Off the cuff joke or attempt to discredit an expert? Asking a Civil Engineer his political affiliations in an interview about bridges is extraordinary.
A look at the mixed messages from UKGov about the Brexit economic impact assessments. Why are they so reluctant to publish what they promised they would?
There are viable ways for Scotland to stay in the EU Single Market, even when part of a post-Brexit UK, according to Dr Nikos Skoutaris.