1. The EU’s open arms
  2. Confront the structural forces inducing individualism and social isolation – Source
  3. UK government branded “disgraceful” after resuming arms sales to Saudi Arabia
  4. Sean Bell: If we purport to care about art, we must care about artists – Source
  5. ‘Angry and growing’: Renters union say they will increase pressure for justice – Source
  6. Black Gold: The trade in human life – Newsnet.scot
  7. Scottish care homes owned by the Chinese state in tax havens
  8. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Trust matters
  9. The Tory threat to devolution
  10. UK sanctions list is about geopolitical influence, not human rights – Source
  11. Scotland failing to protect marine wildlife, says government study
  12. Sean Bell: Polls, pundits and the perils of heeding the loudest voices – Source
  13. The fate of Gaelic is in our hands
  14. 5 ways to build pressure for the Right to Decide – Source
  15. More on that astonishing Panelbase poll
  16. Turning the corner
  17. Landowners bid to shoot more birds to save wild salmon
  18. This is the real deal: support for independence stays at record-breaking high of 54% in new Panelbase poll for the Sunday Times
  19. The pros and cons of Alex Salmond fronting a new pro-indy party
  20. For the second time in a few weeks, Ruth Davidson demonises a leading scientific expert on the basis of what is essentially a falsehood. This is beginning to look like a vendetta, Ruth.
  21. Where there’s a will
  22. Iain Bruce: The UK’s theft of Venezuelan gold endangers a successful fightback against the pandemic – Source
  23. The Dugcast fae the Dughoose – with Andrew Tickell
  24. How has Scotland done on coronavirus testing?
  25. Britain can do little to prevent China’s Hong Kong power-grab – Source
  26. Analysis: Rentier Parliament? How Scots’ demands for fairer rents were locked-out – Source
  27. The border of human decency
  28. Boris Johnson’s Underwhelming Recovery Plan – Source
  29. Mexico’s political prisoners held in prison despite Covid-19
  30. The First Minister should fight fire with fire over English quarantine row – Source
  31. Dear England – Newsnet.scot
  32. Sean Bell: Keir Starmer is doing exactly what he was selected to do – Source
  33. Nick Kempe: It’s time for debate on a National Care Service for Scotland – Source
  34. They’re just not that into you
  35. Johnson may be no FDR, but his public investment plans could still out-manouvere the left – Source
  36. Scottish Tory MP Andrew Bowie has made the most despicable comment of the pandemic – and lives may be lost as a result
  37. A solution in search of a problem
  38. Analysis: West Bank annexations reinforce the impunity of Israeli action – Source
  39. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Why not
  40. Economic stimulus meh
  41. A plea to both sides of the “game the system” debate – stop using misleading terminology that will increase the risk of independence supporters spoiling their ballots by mistake
  42. Abortion protest limits opposed by SNP’s mental health MP
  43. Renewed Calls to Address Living Conditions for Asylum Seekers Following Stabbing – Source
  44. Pursuing elimination in Scotland requires Ardern’s single-mindedness – Source
  45. Neo-Nazi from Leeds linked to National Defence League
  46. Keeping us safe
  47. Ineos ‘under-reporting’ climate emissions, says regulator
  48. A terrible outcome of an awful system that leaves no one safe – Source
  49. Want to know how to maximise pro-indy representation at Holyrood? The dull (but correct) answer is “vote for a party large enough to have a chance of winning seats”
  50. New podcast
  51. The millstone that is Westminster
  52. Catholic church told to shut gay conversion therapy groups
  53. Call for inquiry after Glasgow stabbing incident at hotel
  54. Better than this
  55. Plan A is dead, long live Plan B
  56. Robin McAlpine: Covid is a tragedy – but, in our people, it has also been a triumph – Source
  57. David Jamieson: The Jenrick Affair is a window into the world of the British oligarchy – Source
  58. Dugcast fae the dughoose – with Anne McLaughlin
  59. 331 stabs in the back
  60. Racist policing is a systemic, international problem – Source
  61. ‘The only immediate consequence is more uncertainty’: James McEnaney talks Scottish schools and Coronavirus – Source
  62. Torness nuclear reactor shut by faulty valve
  63. 1/3 Young People Could be Jobless by Christmas – Source
  64. Tax haven firms are buying many of Edinburgh’s iconic buildings
  65. The inevitable no
  66. Highland Council is crying out for a tax on land – Source
  67. Private firm housing asylum seekers accused of misleading politicians | The Ferreta
  68. Analysis: The runaway national question – Source
  69. Robin McAlpine: As lockdown sputters out, what actually happened and what can we learn? – Source
  70. Nick Kempe: There is no sign the Scottish Government has learnt from the care sector’s lack of preparation for a pandemic – Source
  71. Glasgow equal pay lawyers plan legal action over pensions
  72. The three B’s party
  73. Back to school?
  74. Swinney’s gamble – Source
  75. Revealed: the 16,000 hidden victims of Edinburgh Airport noise
  76. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The Outsiders
  77. The smart bomb
  78. When words lose their meaning – Source
  79. Tiffany Kane: Making change happen requires that we know our own power – Source
  80. Robin McAlpine: More an essay than a plan, the Recovery Group thinks the thunk – Source
  81. Grabbing Westminster by the balls
  82. The Jenrick scandal highlights London’s plutocracy problem – Source
  83. Memo to Pete Wishart: “Plan A” has left Scotland in a “hellish limbo” already. Do you have a single credible proposal for getting us back out of it?
  84. Whichever way you cut it, there’s more support for independence now than there was in 2016
  85. We’re on our way
  86. Scottish property worth billions held in tax havens
  87. The earth shakes as support for independence soars to 54% – the highest EVER in a Panelbase poll
  88. Time to end the false moral equivalence
  89. Plan B, and dual mandates
  90. Sean Bell: Talk of ‘culture wars’ obscures the real conflict on our streets – Source
  91. I’m in the dughoose
  92. Asylum protestors claim police didn’t offer protection
  93. Dugcast fae the dughoose – with James Kelly
  94. Charities issue calls for child maintenance to be enforced
  95. What hand-to-hand combat in the Galwan Valley tells us – Source
  96. Face coverings mandatory on public transport from Monday – Newsnet.scot
  97. Analysis: Scottish racism is a modern phenomenon, not a legacy of the past – Source
  98. ‘Everything is down to political will’: Revive seeks further grouse moor reform as Holyrood votes to ban hare-culling – Source
  99. Robin McAlpine: The future is Radio Rental – Source
  100. Equal rights for all refugees – no to racism – Source
  101. UK government broke inspection rules at Scots bomb factory
  102. Ruth Davidson’s catastrophically misjudged attack on Devi Sridhar may unwittingly reveal a lot about the toxic culture of the Scottish Tory party
  103. Mass shooting of mountain hares to be banned
  104. The ugly truth about British nationalism
  105. Report calls for UBI to be piloted in Scotland – Source
  106. Nick Kempe: The care home crisis begs the question – what is the Care Inspectorate for? – Source
  107. Racism in Scotland: Dealing with being different
  108. Who knew Gloucestershire was within 5 miles of Aberdeenshire
  109. The limits of Tory divide and rule – Source
  110. Seal scarers used by salmon farms branded ‘sonic torture’
  111. Analysis: Scotland’s ‘tourism and bust’ economics need to change – Source
  112. Craig Berry: Democracy within the SNP must go beyond listening exercises – Source
  113. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Twa radiators
  114. 21,660 thank yous
  115. Tory ‘dark money’ trust fined again by Electoral Commission
  116. Lord Provost portrait cost Glasgow council nearly £20,000
  117. Scrapping exams is the key to solving the schools conundrum – Source
  118. This is the problem with not being an independent country
  119. The ugly truth that the Scottish media tries to hide
  120. The changing moods of unionist economics – Source
  121. British nationalism: the personality disorder of politics
  122. The problem that will not speak its name
  123. Scots pension funds put £90m in US firms linked with abuses
  124. Who or what is “tone deaf”? Perhaps it’s mainstream journalism – which has misread the public mood on independence so completely in recent weeks
  125. In the UK, statues matter more than people
  126. Beyond the Noise: ‘The world is on our side’ – where next for Black Lives Matter? – Source
  127. Covid-19: How badly has Scotland been affected by the virus?
  128. UK backing for oil drilling in Brazil and Ghana ‘unforgivable’
  129. Dugcast fae the dughoose – with Prof John Robertson
  130. Racism: Scotland’s record isn’t bad, but it isn’t good. – Source
  131. Tear up the old economic rules – Source
  132. In numbers: the year-on-year increase in support for independence
  133. Robin McAlpine: You want radical? How about producers selling to consumers – Source
  134. Seal shooting at fish farms doubles before ban
  135. Analysis: The furlough scheme is coming to an end, but job losses aren’t – Source
  136. The uncomfortable past
  137. Sticking to the 2 metre rule is a litmus test – Source
  138. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: From a Remain country to a Rejoin country – by emphatic 60-40 margin, voters say “Scotland should rejoin the European Union”
  139. VIDEO: Preview of tonight’s final results from the Scot Goes Pop poll
  140. Keeping safe – Newsnet.scot
  141. Nick Kempe: The Scottish Government should put older people, their families and care staff at the heart of the care system – Source
  142. Keeping the eye on the prize
  143. Nazi Scottish Dawn propagandist jailed with ‘Miss Hitler’
  144. How the virus entered Scotland – Source
  145. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: By overwhelming 3-1 margin, Scottish voters say they would be “more safe” if the UK Government’s decision-making powers about the lockdown were transferred to the Scottish Government
  146. VIDEO: Preview of Tuesday night’s results from the Scot Goes Pop poll
  147. A few points to “consider”
  148. Analysis: The BLM protests are shaping our post-lockdown world – Source
  149. Keith Baker: How should our approach to energy use change post-lockdown? – Source
  150. Robin McAlpine: Economic Recovery Group – should Scotland support the Killing Floor Model? – Source
  151. The Ministry of Defence wasted £9m on ‘fruitless payments’
  152. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Set in stone
  153. Breaking the impasse
  154. One more heave will not deliver indyref2 – Source
  155. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll finds that, by a decisive margin, Scottish voters want the SNP and Greens to use an election to seek an outright mandate for independence, if Boris Johnson continues to refuse a Section 30 order
  156. VIDEO: Preview of Monday night’s results from the Scot Goes Pop poll
  157. Wee Ginger Crowdfunder 2020
  158. Black Lives Matter: Perspectives on an uprising – Source
  159. Independence is ours to win
  160. Plans to mine peat for a decade ‘breach climate targets’
  161. Confronting British ‘historical amnesia’ is not only about the past – Source
  162. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: SNP on course to win almost every single Scottish seat at Westminster, while the Tories and Lib Dems would be WIPED OUT – Scottish Parliament looks set for a big SNP overall majority with Labour and the Tories facing substantial seat losses
  163. VIDEO: Preview of tonight’s third installment of the new Scot Goes Pop poll
  164. The death of British exceptionalism
  165. Rejected meat: five million defects found by food watchdog
  166. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: Sensation as Scottish voters, by a 3-1 margin, say that the Scottish Government’s handling of the pandemic makes them “more confident” that Scotland will be well-governed as an independent country, and that the UK government’s response to the crisis makes them “less convinced” that Scotland is safer as part of the UK
  167. VIDEO: Preview of tonight’s second installment of the Scot Goes Pop poll on independence
  168. Changing their minds
  169. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: Yes storms back into the lead in wake of Dominic Cummings episode
  170. Video teaser for the Scot Goes Pop poll on independence, which will be released later today…
  171. Ellen Höfer: The only hope for EU New Scots faced with illegal status is an Indyref within the next 12 months – Source
  172. Dugcast fae the dughoose – with Mark McNaught
  173. The Battle Against Homelessness Post-Coronavirus – Source
  174. The corporate bailout you’ve never heard of – Source
  175. Fergus Ewing is ‘un-ministerial’, says civil service union
  176. Scotland’s missing Covid-19 paper trail: Five questions that need to be answered – Source
  177. The hypocrisy of British nationalists in Scotland
  178. Back when the MP for the Western Isles held the fate of the UK government in his hands
  179. Care Homes crisis: 4 questions for the Health Secretary – Source
  180. Daft Dom’s Durham Dash & 8000 a day herd infections – Newsnet.scot
  181. The emptiness in Johnson’s head
  182. Robin McAlpine: I’m a socialist – but I’m here to save capitalism – Source
  183. Nick Kempe: Isolation, human rights and keeping older people safe in care homes – Source
  184. After the US: Is Scottish neutrality a viable future? – Source
  185. The Digital Scottish Covenant
  186. Dave Watson: ‘Resilience Economics’ must be credible – and build a better society for all – Source
  187. ‘Act like a tourist’, or build community wealth? – Source
  188. Welcome to the wacky world of Mark Smith (twinned with Planet Daisley)
  189. Institutional Racism in 2020: Not Just a Problem in the US – Source
  190. The return of the Tory howler monkeys
  191. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Hard evidence
  192. Seal shooting by fish farms to be banned to save exports to US
  193. Why outsourcing and secrecy is the route to contact tracing and testing failure – Source
  194. Claim Holyrood meets once a week during lockdown is false
  195. Sean Bell: New powers for the SSPCA reinforce the case for Scotland doing things differently – Source
  196. The UK’s willingness to be lied to
  197. A world after the US Empire? – Source
  198. Fergus Ewing attacked over 25 meetings with fish farm firms
  199. Vote to value humanity
  200. Two Scots councils lend £15m to Thurrock to gamble with
  201. Your suggestions for poll questions, please…
  202. Government by smirk
  203. Leading SAGE members make clear that the UK government have ceased to “follow the science”, and are making a political choice to accept a large number of avoidable deaths
  204. After lockdown, we must ask: who is the economy for anyway? – Source
  205. Trump tells Minneapolis protesters he is sending National Guard for “shooting” – Source
  206. UK and allies condemn China over Hong Kong security law – Source
  207. Scottish engineering firms warn of job losses – Source
  208. Scottish Finance Secretary warns of limits of Coronavirus funds – Source
  209. Durham police say Cummings may have breached lockdown – Source
  210. MSPs urged to learn from Skye nursing home Covid-19 outbreak
  211. Dugcast fae the Dughoose – with James Dornan
  212. Scotland’s schools are readying to reopen, but what is the new normal for education? – Source
  213. Why independence won’t go away – Source
  214. The next steps to indy
  215. Do not give Ineos £500m Covid bail-out, say campaigners
  216. Test and trace: There’s still a long way to go – Source
  217. CROWDFUNDER: Help Scot Goes Pop commission a post-Cummings poll on independence
  218. Pressure mounts on ministers as 87 beavers confirmed killed in Tayside
  219. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The lies have it
  220. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The New Normal
  221. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The grand mither tongue
  222. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Risky business
  223. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Trust never sleeps
  224. Stunning telephone poll finds almost TWO-THIRDS of the Scottish public want a second independence referendum
  225. Robin McAlpine: Progress needs the state, but the state must progress – Source
  226. Astonishing and creative
  227. Testing failures mean Scotland may be sleepwalking into a new crisis – Source
  228. Iain Bruce: For lessons in protest during the pandemic, look to Latin America – Source
  229. Rape charity demands changes after judge condemns trial
  230. Not better together
  231. Open Letter: Scottish Labour for Radical Democracy
  232. No Second Jobs for MSPs
  233. Conservatives in Scotland and Poverty in the UK
  234. Labour for Indy?
  235. This is It
  236. Coronavirus fracking crisis: Scotland dodged a bullet – Source
  237. Carlaw left with nowhere to go, as new Scottish poll reveals a severe lack of confidence in London’s handling of the crisis, and almost total backing for the Scottish Government’s approach
  238. Jonathon Shafi: Cummings scandal highlights rot at the heart of the British political system – Source
  239. Nick Kempe: Scottish Government response to care home crisis proves why older people need a voice – Source
  240. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The lies have it
  241. The curse of Cummings
  242. What the importance of one adviser tells us about Johnson – Source
  243. Eyesight exams on the way to Castle Barnard
  244. Acting on instinct
  245. Loopholes let MSPs declare ‘arbitrary’ share values
  246. 48 hours that prove the unelected Dominic Cummings is running Britain like a Mafia boss
  247. The arrogant and offensive truth twisters
  248. The second cummings of Dominic
  249. Toxic fish farm pesticide polluted ten lochs across Scotland
  250. Cummings and goings
  251. What will the High Street look like after lockdown? – Source
  252. Dugcast fae the Dughoose – with Angus MacNeil
  253. Race, Scotland and Covid-19 – Source
  254. Lighting the Tunnel – Source
  255. Jonathon Shafi: The independence movement is more important than any party – Source
  256. Care providers hit by ‘100-fold increase’ in PPE price gouging | The Ferret
  257. British nationalism is only exceptional in the lies it tells
  258. Evictions: The Second Wave of the Covid-19 Crisis – Source
  259. Pictured: Glasgow’s drugs crisis in the time of coronavirus
  260. Some unsolicited advice for the new pro-indy party: “get on or get out”
  261. A grim day in Holyrood – Source
  262. Sean Bell: A global mental health crisis can only be defeated by changing the world that created it – Source
  263. Robin McAlpine: ‘Green New Deal’ and ‘Green Deal’ are opposites – Scotland has to choose – Source
  264. The Tory perversion of science costs lives
  265. Beyond the Noise: Neil Davidson, 1957 – 2020 – Source
  266. Problems facing Scotland’s care homes will outlast Covid-19 unless major change is made – Source
  267. We need to talk about democratic accountability in public services – Source
  268. MSPs reject Scottish Government curbs on freedom of information rights
  269. Sorry, not sorry
  270. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The New Normal
  271. DUP dark money man in ‘very unusual’ investment scandal
  272. A housing test of the Scottish Parliament – Source
  273. Sarah Smith’s unforgivable lapse of judgement last night may be career-defining
  274. Information law must be toughened to stop evasion, say MSPs
  275. Polls and donkeys – Newsnet.scot
  276. Freeing Scotland’s hands to build a better country
  277. Horse rescue charities facing closure due to Covid-19
  278. The Scottish Rich List and Key Workers’ List do not match – Source
  279. The best of both worlds
  280. “Wholesale slaughter”: around 100 beavers shot in Tayside
  281. I am a free, I am not man, a number
  282. The disease that’s killing the British state
  283. Home / Dachaidh
  284. ‘Food for Good’, not just for lockdown. – Source
  285. Would it be so bad to trust teachers during Covid-19? – Source
  286. Supplies, chained – Source
  287. Relief as opposition parties move to restore information rights
  288. Dugcast fae the Dughoose – with Joanna Cherry
  289. Claim UK is meeting Covid-19 testing target is Mostly False
  290. Home Farm, and why the failures in care homes run deep – Source
  291. Landmark Wings poll finds that the SNP’s popularity is crucial to preserving the coalition of support for independence
  292. Robin Mcalpine: If this crisis needs a grown-up conversation, are we the children? – Source
  293. They hate us, and the feeling’s mutual
  294. Our enemies among us
  295. Normal was the problem – and now it is disaster – Source
  296. Prematurely relaxing restrictions on so-called “low-risk” groups is an exceptionally high-risk thing to do – unless you can somehow totally segregate the generations, and you can’t.
  297. The appearance of justice
  298. Alister Jack’s Mini-Me
  299. Care under capitalism is broken – Source
  300. How workers can win – a Taxi lesson – Source
  301. Remember the care home survivors – Source
  302. The BBC can’t have it both ways: if they want to criticise the Scottish Government for not taking stronger action than Westminster, they can’t simultaneously dismiss devolved laws as toytown rules that shouldn’t be taken too seriously
  303. Back where we started
  304. Jonathon Shafi: The indy movement and anti-racism in the Covid-19 era – Source
  305. We need a no-blame approach to a Scottish Covid-19 review – Source
  306. Blaming Scotland for Westminster’s shortcomings
  307. The scorpion stings the frog
  308. The rhetoric and the reality – Source
  309. After Disclosure: Time for SGoRR transparency – Source
  310. Dr Mike Ryan of the WHO ferociously denounces UK-style herd immunity strategies: “Humans are not herds”, “No-one is safe until everyone is safe”
  311. The BBC’s criticism of Scotland’s slowness to react to the crisis is *partly* justified – but the BBC itself has questions to answer about its own failings in March
  312. It’s common sense
  313. Robin Mcalpine: Scotland is in desperate need of good journalism – this is how we can have it – Source
  314. As predicted, Stuart Campbell performs *another* 180 degree turn: his new case for a list-only party flatly contradicts the one he was making only a few months ago
  315. British nationalism is a fantasy novel
  316. Open letter to the First Minister: Make any Covid-19 Vaccine Affordable for All – Source
  317. The object of power
  318. The UK state is a health risk – Source
  319. If Britain has ceased to look like “one United Kingdom” tonight, it’s because Boris Johnson has insisted upon a go-it-alone English-only policy change, while Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland remain united around “stay at home”
  320. Save lives, ignore Boris Johnson
  321. Syrian refugee found dead at Covid-19 asylum seeker hotel
  322. Stay alert for Tory stupidity
  323. Scotland calling : Vietnam
  324. Does Boris plan to turn the population in England into an army of virus slayers? – Newsnet.scot
  325. The power of presentation
  326. Fifa bribe scandal bank received £7m council fund investment
  327. Here we go again: now Iain Macwhirter is trying to gaslight us into thinking the WHO have done some sort of U-turn. Spoiler alert: no they haven’t.
  328. The fifth column revealed
  329. Scotland Calling…Vietnam
  330. The self-congratulatory British nationalist street party of politics
  331. In lockstep
  332. Not ageing well
  333. Clap for Carers or Value Them in the Economy? – Source
  334. Dugcast fae the dughoose – with Billy Kay
  335. Abolishing women
  336. Alarm over peat extraction plans in south west Scotland
  337. Panelbase poll suggests more than one-third of Labour voters are pro-independence – which leaves Keir Starmer with a big problem
  338. The end of lockstep lockdown: can it lead to a wider divergence? – Source
  339. On Your Marks, Jet Set… – Source
  340. Lockstep is a march off a cliff
  341. Crunch time for Nicola Sturgeon: she must hold firm and maintain the Scottish lockdown in full. Saving thousands of lives is far more important than staying in lockstep with Westminster as it loses its mind on ‘Magic Monday’.
  342. Towards a Body Positive Scotland – Source
  343. Suspicious activities
  344. Rare birds ‘devastated’ by huge wildfire in Tayside
  345. Resist Boris Johnson’s “unlockdown” – Source
  346. Crisis for crestfallen Carlaw as extraordinary Panelbase poll gives the SNP a thirty-point lead over the Tories on the Holyrood constituency ballot
  347. The British black comedy of Covid
  348. Facts aren’t decided by opinion poll
  349. ‘They will have to commit and they will have to act’: Revive manifesto lays down challenge to Scottish politics – Source
  350. The listening ears
  351. Jonathon Shafi: Addressing climate change must be central to a post-Covid case for independence – Source
  352. The arrival of the wolf
  353. Hygienic spaces for tenants is surely not too much to ask – Source
  354. Did the Telegraph deliberately target Neil Ferguson in a sinister attempt to weaken government policy on suppressing the epidemic?
  355. Torness nuclear reactors predicted to start cracking in 2022
  356. This is truly remarkable: in the middle of the biggest international crisis since World War II, support for independence has just INCREASED to 50%
  357. Neck and neck
  358. What hope for a pandemic era Scottish independence strategy? – Source
  359. Eliminating fuel poverty in a post-Covid world – Source
  360. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The grand mither tongue
  361. The lethally incompetent arrogance of the Tories
  362. Emergency repairs leave tenants ‘locked out’ of their homes
  363. “Track, trace, employ”? – Source
  364. Anti-lockdown right-wingers seem to believe in libertarianism for pathogens, not people. It’s Thatcherism for microbes.
  365. Reviewing Scotland’s Testing Strategy – Source
  366. Robin McAlpine: Corrupted Scotland needs a post-virus governance revolution – Source
  367. The pageant of British self-regard
  368. Islamophobia: Muslim women’s experiences in Scotland
  369. Want to tackle inequality? Start by giving the corporate lobby the cold shoulder – Source
  370. A short reply to Dani Garavelli: perhaps the independence movement should be reclaimed from those who think independence is less important than purity tests?
  371. Scotland calling : Estonia
  372. Ministry of Defence gags staff on Trident and Scotland
  373. The vast majority of the British public want to extend the lockdown, according to new YouGov poll
  374. The first instinct of the Tories is to lie
  375. All quiet on the forgotten front
  376. Unionist journalists learn the hard way that wishful thinking doesn’t get the job done, as sensational YouGov poll shows the SNP on course for an overall majority in the Scottish Parliament
  377. Murdo’s Law: Murdo Fraser proves Scotland counts for nothing within the UK
  378. Retail behemoth: Are we witnessing the birth of a savage new business age? – Source
  379. Pensions can divest from Palestinian occupation firms, court rules
  380. Off Road and Off The Rails – Source
  381. The dugcast fae the dughoose – with Philippa Whitford
  382. Covid-19 planning laws ‘captured’ by property developers
  383. Putting the genie back in the bottle – Source
  384. SCOTLAND CALLING…ESTONIA
  385. The Scottish Government is more trusted as a source of information about the current crisis than the UK Government, the BBC or any newspaper, according to a remarkable poll from Survation
  386. 100 days of WHO reports – time to get masked up – Newsnet.scot
  387. Human Rights, Inequality, and the Scottish Budget – Source
  388. Excess mortality in Ecuador – Source
  389. A failure of duty
  390. Nourishing the care economy – Source
  391. To squash the epidemic and make contact tracing feasible, the lockdown needs to last several more weeks – but we’re being edged towards a second disaster by a deeply irresponsible “get Britain moving again” campaign from the right-wing media
  392. Sean Bell: Don’t forget the animals – not now, not ever – Source
  393. Tibetans forced to display pictures of Chinese state leaders
  394. Jack Perry: Now is the time to take basic income seriously – Source
  395. The dangerous irresponsibility of the British media
  396. We can all count mortality – Source
  397. Massive North Sea crisis means ‘just transition’ needs to become more than a slogan – Source
  398. Feisty Productions : Risky business
  399. The Stockholm Troopers
  400. Tall oaks
  401. Free to Rebel? – Source
  402. Robin McAlpine: The virus put unionism in crisis – their best hope is a compliant SNP – Source
  403. Jackson’s car lot
  404. A “new normal” in Education? – Source
  405. How did it ever come to this? Iain Macwhirter is now at one with Tory right-wingers in calling for a premature lifting of the lockdown to allow a mass epidemic – and he dismisses the resulting biblical death toll as a “marginal risk”
  406. Claim that the first person to receive the Covid-19 trial vaccine has died is False | The Ferret
  407. British exceptionalism is lethal
  408. Westminster bid to re-launch toxic plutonium reactors
  409. For the record: a reply to the hysteria about my column in this month’s iScot magazine
  410. Scotland Plans the End of Lockdown: What Comes Next? – Source
  411. If it’s got Cummings in it, it’s not The Science
  412. Tories and Labour regard British uniformity as more important than keeping people alive
  413. Drinking Dettol to own the Nats
  414. Sean Bell: Young people must not become the acceptable losses of the coming depression – Source
  415. Sven Giegold: Lobbyists are trying to water down a sustainable way out of the Corona crisis – Source
  416. Build Back Better – Source
  417. The dugcast fae the dughoose – with Alan Bissett
  418. Scottish NHS charities get £525,000 boost from ‘amazing’ covid-19 appeal | The Ferret
  419. A “class group-think” problem? – Source
  420. University urged to end Saudi deal after rise in beheadings
  421. Scottish Government document decisively repudiates the catastrophic ‘herd immunity’ approach that the whole UK was following only six weeks ago
  422. Robin McAlpine: Recover forward – how to use crisis for good – Source
  423. Covid-19: Maternity Action Calls for Increased Rights for Pregnant Women – Source
  424. Co-op slammed as rural communities hit by weeks of food shortages
  425. Returning to normal need not mean the Tory normal
  426. Better Together; the Pandemic edition – Source
  427. The Scottish Government must overcome or override Chris Whitty’s obstructionism. We must at long last accept the WHO’s guidance, and proceed with a contact tracing operation to suppress the epidemic.
  428. Asylum seekers lives ‘put at risk’ by move to hotels amid Covid-19
  429. EU procurement and Number 10’s deceit
  430. Jonathon Shafi: The independence movement needs a bold post-globalisation platform – Source
  431. Care Homes: A Privatisation Story – Source
  432. In elite circles, the debate about how to make us pay has begun – Source
  433. Inciting British nationalists to stupidity
  434. Lessons of the first post-Corbyn YouGov poll?
  435. The five stages
  436. Feisty Productions : Trust never sleeps
  437. Channel 4 show accused of promoting anti-Traveller myths
  438. ‘Won’t someone take my oil!?’ – Source
  439. ‘An awful way to welcome visitors’: Dumfries and Galloway’s derelict buildings
  440. Robin McAlpine: How do we start to rebuild? – Source
  441. The Empire Strikes Back
  442. The largest 10 vacant and derelict sites in Scotland
  443. Has Sturgeon’s pivot come too late? – Source
  444. The “British family coming together” has directly led to Scotland being part of (probably) the worst death toll in Europe – and that in itself makes a powerful new case for independence
  445. ‘Left behind and ignored’ – Glasgow’s derelict buildings
  446. Johnson’s negligence is costing lives
  447. The biggest test of Nicola Sturgeon’s career: she must insist that Scotland’s lockdown remains in force until it can be safely replaced with a credible ‘test, trace, isolate’ plan to suppress the epidemic – and if that means facing down the right-wing London media and the Tory ‘hawks’, so be it.
  448. Government ministers are trying to gaslight us again: no, the UK death toll is not “lower than the modellers expected”. It’s considerably higher.
  449. The Governor General of the North British Colony addresses the natives
  450. Shellfish businesses offered funding to cope with coronavirus crisis
  451. The greater good
  452. David Mackenzie: ‘Unready Scotland’ and the current emergency – Source
  453. Turn it off and on again – Source
  454. Beyond the Noise: From CoronaCrash to resistance – Source
  455. Jackson Carlaw’s desperate bid for attention
  456. Plan to buy out Buccleuch in Scotland’s highest village
  457. Britain’s Dickensian charity society is the real sickness – Source
  458. To mask or not to mask? – Newsnet.scot
  459. What is really demeaning …
  460. The new ‘yellow peril’: Why we should all fear the anti-China drumbeat – Source
  461. When is a union not a union: when it’s the UK.
  462. Time for a global debt revolt? – Source
  463. Animal charities face financial issues amid Covid-19 crisis
  464. We don’t need no stinking badges
  465. Max Wiszniewski: Action against muirburn reminds us that real change must be enforced – Source
  466. Sarah Glynn: After the deluge – Source
  467. The whole world, from Jacinda Ardern to Donald Trump, from Anthony Fauci to Neil Ferguson, has said no to the “herd immunity” madness – but, never fear, Iain Macwhirter (of all people) remains a devoted fan
  468. Change starts with a YES
  469. Feisty Productions : WHO are you?
  470. Birds of prey ‘in danger’ during coronavirus lockdown
  471. Forward to the hibernation economy – Source
  472. Is Jackson Carlaw right to think he’s going to be the new Clement Attlee? (Caution: spoilers ahead)
  473. The mounting problems facing Starmer’s new Labour era – Source
  474. Jonathon Shafi: Opposition to Trident will take on new meaning in the post-Coronavirus landscape – Source
  475. Robin McAlpine: The lack of a Scottish virus strategy is a national crisis – Source
  476. Loneliness and Self-Isolation: Longterm Effects of the Covid-19 Crisis – Source
  477. Bank increases bet that Irn-Bru maker AG Barr will fail
  478. Better together means Scotland and Wales are expendable
  479. International comparison is necessary – and is here to stay – Source
  480. A second lockdown – which would be harsher and longer – is inevitable if we lift the current one prematurely, and if we don’t start testing, tracing and isolating
  481. Truth, lies, and consequences
  482. Scottish cities see ‘much larger’ Covid-19 lock down response
  483. Priti Vacant
  484. More toxic pesticides to be used by salmon farmers
  485. 5,000 sites escape pollution checks due to coronavirus crisis
  486. Going walkabout
  487. The lethal ideology of British exceptionalism
  488. BBC make ‘Herculean effort’ to conceal the scale of the catastrophe from the public
  489. A hand up, not a hand out
  490. Increase allowance for asylum seekers, charities tell UK
  491. 91% of the British public say the lockdown should be extended, according to YouGov poll
  492. Radical theatre co-operative to launch second festival in Glasgow’s Southside – Source
  493. Pressure on Scottish Government to find solutions as ATM charges double – Source
  494. Govan Docks: The Potential to Change Govan’s Future – Source
  495. BookSpace: Hotel du Jack; Monster Slayer; Fate; The Great Pretender – Source
  496. Nicola Sturgeon makes fresh case for Scottish EU membership in Brussels speech – Source
  497. ‘Build a better Scotland for all animals’: Proposals to expand powers of Scottish SPCA win committee backing – Source
  498. Scottish Budget 2020: Reaction round-up – Source
  499. Scottish communities seek government support in local battle against climate change – Source
  500. COP 26 and climate emergency loom large in extraordinary Scottish budget – Source
  501. Inequality kills
  502. Government facing legal challenge on ‘inhumane’ calf exports
  503. Becoming exercised
  504. Scots vulnerable to Covid-19 struggle to get home deliveries
  505. 5G and tin foil hats
  506. Photo essay: sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo | The Ferret
  507. Calls to help drug users access services in Covid-19 crisis
  508. The German plan to put the pandemic into retreat: we MUST have a similar plan in place before we even think about ending the Scottish lockdown
  509. Scotland’s position on the Labour party has never been clearer
  510. Feisty Productions : Declarations and departures
  511. Environmental rules for salmon farming industry relaxed
  512. Nothing better symbolises the UK’s open defiance of the World Health Organization than the Chief Medical Officer returning to work when he might still be infectious
  513. Time for a rant – Newsnet.scot
  514. Coronavirus guidelines – Scottish media hypocrisy version
  515. 57 sites guilty of environmental breaches kept secret
  516. Nicola Sturgeon must make 100% sure that whoever is appointed as the next Chief Medical Officer is not a “herd immunity” zealot
  517. UK’s Egyptian arms deals damned after child torture revealed
  518. The poisoned pens
  519. The Declaration of Barlanark
  520. People are above kings: A nation is its people – Newsnet.scot
  521. The Betty Windsor Show
  522. The sharp end
  523. With a voice in London once again banging the “herd immunity” drum, the time has come for Nicola Sturgeon to follow Jacinda Ardern by loudly saying “no way, not EVER”
  524. Declaration – a letter of liberty
  525. Ipsos-Mori poll suggests the public are aware that Johnson was too slow in ordering a lockdown
  526. Government delays to information rights ‘draconian’
  527. PFI firms promote coronavirus donations but refuse NHS fee cut
  528. What’s wrong with British nationalists?
  529. Dounreay offered large supplies of PPE to health workers in Caithness – but the bureaucrats said “no”
  530. Ewing backs fox control with hounds in public forests
  531. What’s in a name
  532. The number of excess deaths caused in the UK by a “herd immunity” strategy would be comparable to the Hiroshima bombing
  533. Reasons to be cheerful, part four
  534. Chickens coming home to roost – Source
  535. Warning that coronavirus bill could weaken public scrutiny
  536. It looks like the Dr Strangelove-style “herd immunity” plan of Whitty and Vallance may need to be defeated for a second time
  537. Coronavirus: What’s left of the world Brexit Britain and indy Scotland want to join? – Source
  538. Robin McAlpine: Why I’m optimistic about post-virus economics – Source
  539. Feisty Productions : Scores and scams
  540. Getting a grip
  541. Airbnbs keep hosting travellers despite coronavirus lockdown
  542. The Silverburn Suffragettes, and other sources of hope – Source
  543. The time has come to accept Alex Salmond’s innocence, and to welcome him back into the SNP fold
  544. Scottish Citizens’ Assembly: Answering The Big Questions – Source
  545. Lena Swedlow: Climate, Coronavirus and the shared solution – Source
  546. The accused and the accusers
  547. The baby and the bathwater
  548. Beware of lockdown passivity – Source
  549. Leadership, not management
  550. The women you mustn’t believe
  551. NHS struggled to recruit anaesthetists before coronavirus
  552. Sensational Panelbase poll shows SNP have further increased their enormous lead over the Tories
  553. As the UK continues to defy the World Health Organization on mass-testing and contact tracing, the Deputy Chief Medical Officer attempts to gaslight the public into thinking the WHO’s recommendations somehow don’t apply to us
  554. Right royal lunatics – Newsnet.scot
  555. Updated regulations for dog owners
  556. Best served cold
  557. Nathália Urban: Solidarity, Covid-19 and Latin America – Source
  558. Robin McAlpine: When people say the virus has changed the world, this is what they mean – Source
  559. The latest right-wing American conspiracy theory that could lead to millions of deaths if it goes unchallenged
  560. Dugs, self-employment, and the white van man
  561. Food During Crisis: Government Needs to Support Communities That Support the Vulnerable – Source
  562. Let’s not kill ourselves
  563. Coronavirus cases in Scotland | The Ferret
  564. Metal festival accused of neo-Nazi links moves to Edinburgh
  565. The real face of Lord Kitchener – Source
  566. Crucial services to disabled people cut due to coronavirus
  567. The R-word
  568. Hundreds of police recruits ‘breach coronavirus rules’
  569. Why are the most vulnerable people being forced to work and put themselves at risk?
  570. We’re not all in this together
  571. Wings-to-English translation
  572. The lockdown
  573. Feisty Productions : 2020 Vision
  574. MSPs call on social media firms to crack down on coronavirus misinfo | The Ferret
  575. The UK’s boneheaded refusal to accept the World Health Organization’s central recommendation on testing and contact tracing remains the missing piece of the jigsaw
  576. Alex Salmond and the future of Scottish politics
  577. An innocent man
  578. The sigh of relief
  579. YouGov poll shows overwhelming public demand for lockdown
  580. The lessons we learn
  581. US climate-denying think tank plans to host event in Glasgow
  582. A suppression strategy is the ONLY way to protect Scotland’s rural communities
  583. The things that need to change
  584. Nicola Sturgeon: Information, Compassion and Hope – Newsnet.scot
  585. Bolted from the blue
  586. How social distancing helps keep you safe – Newsnet.scot
  587. Fact check: Debunking myths about coronavirus
  588. The grasping vacuum in Number 10
  589. Scots university taught cadets from Saudi air force
  590. Climate pollution on the rise because of Peterhead gas plant
  591. UK continues relentlessly with its wholesale defiance of the World Health Organization
  592. It’s simply a fact that, until a few days ago, the UK government were pursuing a strategy that would have led to a large number of avoidable deaths
  593. Don’t be like T-Rex
  594. The health of civil liberties
  595. Tibetan language being replaced by Chinese, warn campaigners
  596. Homeless ‘should be housed in hotels’ to protect them from Covid-19
  597. Sowing the seeds
  598. Feisty Productions : Keep your distance
  599. Fish farm companies ‘bidding to use bee-harming pesticide’
  600. Imperial College paper: “managed epidemic” / “herd immunity” strategy would kill quarter of a million people in the UK
  601. Closing down and staying open – Newsnet.scot
  602. The UK is *choosing* to have a mass epidemic. It’s not a necessity.
  603. Patience is bitter but its fruit is sweet
  604. Scots pension funds invest in opposed Canadian gas pipeline
  605. The precautionary principle dictates that you do everything necessary to keep people alive for now, and that you solve hypothetical future problems if and when you face them
  606. The importance of perception
  607. Football clubs accused of ‘astonishing’ failures to protect children | The Ferret
  608. UK lockdown petition
  609. A European journey – Newsnet.scot
  610. Follow the evidence
  611. Ineos ends bid to drill for coal gas in central Scotland
  612. Covid19: Global crisis – an overview – Newsnet.scot
  613. The delay phase
  614. Don’t follow the herd, Nicola, and don’t let’s “take it on the chin” – untold numbers of lives will be needlessly lost unless we radically change course and move into line with the WHO’s recommendations
  615. World Health Organization: “Do not just let this fire burn”
  616. The herd and the unheard
  617. How the government are playing Russian Roulette with the public’s lives by ignoring the World Health Organization’s advice on containment
  618. A matter of resilience
  619. Breaking: Norway closes down – Newsnet.scot
  620. Labour’s cycle of despair
  621. Highland peat extraction ‘at odds’ with climate emergency
  622. Millions and billions for the NHS is not good enough! – Newsnet.scot
  623. Scottish Enterprise backed radar marketed to cruel regimes
  624. The real lesson of coronavirus for independence
  625. Shock horror as Nicola Sturgeon makes a phone call
  626. Feisty Productions : Corona and contempt
  627. The political plague
  628. Passengers leave Grand Princess cruise ship after Covid-19 outbreak – YouTube
  629. Radioactive waste wrongly sent to Hunterston nuclear plant
  630. Oil price crash and geopolitical chess games – Newsnet.scot
  631. A question of perspective
  632. YouTube
  633. Concerns after six safety incidents at Hunterston nuclear plant
  634. The storm clouds
  635. Baillie Gifford ‘hypocrisy’ on £400m fossil fuel investments
  636. Gagging order
  637. Passport controls and watchtowers? – Newsnet.scot
  638. Priti Patel claim on EU citizens with settled status False
  639. Dugcast – 6 March 2020
  640. Alex Salmond profile
  641. Progress ‘under strain’ on attainment gaps between rich and poor pupils
  642. Ducks in a row
  643. Bands accused of Nazism links to play Glasgow music festival
  644. A sliver of hope
  645. How the American TV networks are stitching it up for Biden
  646. The Western friends of North Korea | The Ferret
  647. The Wings party remains a dead end
  648. Keep investing in fossil fuels, pension fund tells council
  649. A question of priorities
  650. Feisty Productions : In plain sight
  651. Six questions for Nicola Sturgeon
  652. Illegal injection van ‘will prevent hundreds of drug deaths’
  653. Fact check: Immigration claims on BBC Question Time
  654. British diseases for British people
  655. The lightbulb moment
  656. Faslane to dump up to 50 times more radioactive waste in Clyde
  657. East of Eden
  658. Sorry, not sorry
  659. Dugcast – 28 February 2020
  660. The democratic deficit
  661. Scottish Defence League links to Nazi groups ‘concerning’
  662. Taking Johnson’s bullheadedness by the horns
  663. Animal lab sanctioned after scores of rats crushed to death
  664. It’s “journalism”, Jim, but not as we know it : comically amateurish Scotsman article contains multiple wild inaccuracies about the YouGov independence poll
  665. Misery for Boris as another YouGov poll finds a clear majority of the Scottish public demand an independence referendum within five years
  666. The failing campaign for a failing state
  667. Dismay as Ineos triggers plan to re-open coal gas inquiry
  668. Constructive obstruction
  669. Imports of Norwegian salmon eggs banned over deadly virus
  670. Wildlife at risk after fivefold drop in official monitoring
  671. Questions for Question Time
  672. The fateful day
  673. Environmental inspections in Scotland down by a quarter
  674. The new consensus
  675. The silver lining
  676. Dugcast – 21 Feb 2020
  677. Trump’s Turnberry resort condemned for environmental breaches
  678. Scotland’s land and marine resource base – Newsnet.scot
  679. The flexible laws of unionist mathematics
  680. Being taken for a mug
  681. Saudi-led forces face war crimes trials linked to Fife arms firm
  682. A consultative referendum is an opportunity to be grasped, not a bogeyman to cower away from
  683. Anger needs no visa
  684. A question of trust
  685. Call for probe after man begging for help died in custody
  686. A solution in search of a problem
  687. UK Gov claims it’s cleaning up Scotland’s beaches – by investing overseas – YouTube
  688. The news where the BBC isn’t
  689. Feisty Productions : Gaming the system
  690. Ineos still bidding to drill for underground gas in Scotland
  691. *******FACTUAL INACCURACY IN A POLL QUESTION KLAXON*******
  692. The double standards of British nationalism
  693. Named: the Scots businessman linked to neo-Nazi groups
  694. It’s good to be back
  695. School children in remote areas do worse than elsewhere
  696. Hello world! – CommonSpace
  697. The vote of confidence
  698. “It’s within the margin of error, Joanna, let’s be clear about that”
  699. IndyLive Radio interview
  700. Of the people, by the people, for the people – Newsnet.scot
  701. £250bn: the cost of giving tax breaks to North Sea oil firms
  702. Did the UK Government just try take credit for V&A Dundee? – YouTube
  703. Labour MP Lisa Nandy indicates SNP should be excluded from UK-wide debates – YouTube
  704. Scottish Secretary Alister Jack acknowledges majority of Scots pay less tax than rest of UK – YouTube
  705. Michael Russell claim Scotland ‘pays out more than it gets back’ from UK is False
  706. Feisty Productions : That’s hut
  707. Torture survivors left with no heating due to voucher system
  708. Trident commanders ‘not legally responsible’ for nuclear attack
  709. No, “consultative referendum” is not a euphemism for “UDI”
  710. Rural areas worst hit by post office closures in Scotland
  711. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: By wide margin, Scottish voters say Holyrood should legislate for a consultative independence referendum WITHOUT a Section 30 order if London remains intransigent
  712. VIDEO: Teaser for tonight’s final installment of the Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll
  713. Baptism of fire
  714. ‘New processes’ for illegal Saudi arms sales, says minister
  715. Could Scotland hold a referendum without UK permission?
  716. “As usual, England talking over Scotland”
  717. Nicola Sturgeon’s full statement on Derek Mackay’s resignation and suspension – YouTube
  718. Trophy hunting opponents ‘unsophisticated’, says shooting group
  719. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: Day of shame for the United Kingdom as, by a convincing margin, Scots say the Section 30 rejection means the UK is “no longer a fully democratic country”
  720. VIDEO: Teaser for tonight’s latest installment of the Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll
  721. Scotland has highest rate of homeless deaths in the UK
  722. Islamist violence in Burkina Faso could displace 900,000
  723. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: By decisive margins, the Scottish public say the election result *does* give the SNP a mandate to hold an independence referendum, and that Brexit *is* a big enough change of circumstances to justify another indyref
  724. VIDEO: Preview of tonight’s questions in the Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll on independence
  725. Scottish greyhound trainer banned for animal cruelty
  726. Feisty Productions : One step beyond
  727. Keep a light on – Newsnet.scot
  728. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll on independence: Yes vote surges to 52% – the highest figure for three-and-a-half years. And pro-indy parties are on course to take 57% of the seats at Holyrood 2021.
  729. Super Survation survey sees Yes soar into slight lead
  730. Scot Goes Pop independence poll incoming: a quick video teaser about what to expect
  731. Al Jazeera film on Brexit Day
  732. Heathrow expansion to boost pollution from Scottish airports
  733. Scot Goes Pop poll update
  734. The prisoner
  735. Re-imagining Re-integration: CommonSpace Speaks to Vox Liminis
  736. ‘Words I hoped I’d never write’: Nicola Sturgeon writes to Europe on Brexit day
  737. It gives me no pleasure to say this, but a major strategic error has just been made
  738. Nicola Sturgeon: There are no ‘shortcuts’ to #indyref2
  739. The light we shine for ourselves
  740. The Betrayer
  741. When you put your life in their hands
  742. Exam help bought by private schools under review by watchdog
  743. Drama as YouGov poll shows a pro-independence majority
  744. Feeling this
  745. Breaking – Equality Nation gains right to petition EU Parliament on Scotland’s future – Newsnet.scot
  746. Robin McAlpine: There is a giant corruption at the heart of Scottish life and we need to fight it
  747. Catalans face snap election as President Quim Torra calls on independence movement to unify
  748. ‘#LeaveALightOn’: Scottish Government to signal support for EU to mark Brexit day
  749. Here we are again
  750. Beyond the Noise: Brexit day and beyond – what does it mean for indy?
  751. Michael Russell concludes the Holyrood debate on indyref2 – YouTube
  752. Claim blue passports made abroad and can’t be imported is Mostly False
  753. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #34
  754. Social and equality impacts of Brexit – Newsnet.scot
  755. Scottish Parliament votes for right to hold referendum on Scottish independence in 2020
  756. WE’RE HIRING: Reporter position
  757. Becca Bland: Estranged students deserve our attention and support
  758. MP slams ‘ridiculous’ clawback of £50 million from Universal Credit payments in single month
  759. Exporting Scotland
  760. Experts call for more controls to curb damage done by deer
  761. Around the Corner
  762. First post-election YouGov subsample has the SNP at a heady 50% of the vote
  763. ‘A first for Scotland’: New research project into the needs of estranged students launched
  764. Fears over sharp increase in Scottish crisis grants amid continuing benefits freeze
  765. Feisty Productions : A European Commission
  766. A tale of two timestamps
  767. Private finance schemes cost Scottish taxpayers £40 billion
  768. Scots homeless deaths to be officially published next month
  769. No fire in the Reichstag
  770. Police Scotland taser use up sixfold in four years – The Ferret
  771. 2,553 devices awaiting digital analysis, say police – The Ferret
  772. Mid-Galloway and Wigtown West by-election
  773. Poll/crowdfunder update
  774. Everything what goes with chips
  775. Injury risks from “weaknesses” in Ministry of Defence safety, warns watchdog
  776. Q&A with Kate Wimpress, convener of the Citizens’ Assembly of Scotland – YouTube
  777. Buccleuch Hunt accused of “mayhem” after losing control of hounds
  778. Pupils targeted by arms firm Leonardo accused of complicity in war crimes
  779. Feisty Productions : The Brit is back
  780. Could excessive timidity lead to us squandering a golden opportunity to win independence?
  781. Air pollution from traffic is getting worse on some Scottish streets
  782. An overwhelming majority of Labour party members are open to supporting an independence referendum, reveals SHOCK YouGov poll
  783. Blog break
  784. Winning back Scotland
  785. Claim Scotland needs deficit of 3% or lower to join EU is Mostly False
  786. Dugcast – 17 January 2020 – & an announcement
  787. Hubris: A Warning From History
  788. Government officials worried that tree deal with Shell was “greenwashing”
  789. The twin cheek of the twin cheeks
  790. UK tried “diplomatic blackmail” to force Mandela to buy Scottish warships
  791. The Broken Buckle
  792. The stick to beat the bully
  793. The “no legal shortcuts to independence” article relies as much on political arguments as legal ones – and those political arguments are deeply flawed
  794. Prisoners of time
  795. FUNDRAISER: Help Scot Goes Pop commission a post-election poll on independence
  796. Boris Johnson’s contemptuous letter drops all the pretence: London’s rule in Scotland is now officially a dictatorship
  797. We won’t be trapped in the shortbread tin
  798. There Is No Plan A
  799. HMP Our Precious Union
  800. Transition to a low carbon future – Newsnet.scot
  801. The wicked word
  802. Feisty Productions : Guests of the nation
  803. Alister Jack has killed Scottish unionism
  804. Call for landowners to be forced to kill more deer to protect trees
  805. Dancing in the rain
  806. Councils have sprayed 170,000 litres of weedkiller linked to cancer
  807. Sooner or later, the Westminster veto has to be circumvented – there is no realistic alternative
  808. Her Loyal Subject
  809. The certainty of Brexit ensures the casus belli for an indyref
  810. Dugcast – 10 January 2020
  811. Footage of fox hunt released amid calls for stricter laws in Scotland
  812. Successful union? Successful for whom?
  813. The Toady And The Trap
  814. There’s been a murrdurr!
  815. Watchdog probes overseas schools after claims of human rights abuses
  816. The inalienable right
  817. FFS explains: Voter fraud and ID plans
  818. British nationalism’s vested interest in misery
  819. The crucial year
  820. Feisty Productions : Not a game
  821. From the archives #12
  822. Firms linked to tax havens profit from NHS recruitment crisis
  823. From the archives #11
  824. Invitation to the IndyApp training event in Perth
  825. The president and the poodle
  826. The success story
  827. Revealed: the private schools that buy in exam help from government body
  828. The year the thistle’s bud will flower
  829. What it is to burn
  830. Dugcast – 3 January 2020
  831. From the archives #10
  832. Doing the heavy lifting
  833. Do the Corbynites have a Plan B?
  834. Crossover content
  835. The problem with the English: England doesn’t want to be just another member of a team
  836. See you in the decade of independence?
  837. 2020 visions
  838. The Hillary Step
  839. My New Year Wishes
  840. Will the real Boris Johnson show himself? – Newsnet.scot
  841. Scottish democracy can never be illegal
  842. Scottish and UK governments have no records on commercial peat digging
  843. A radical idea
  844. SNP MPs are very poorly advised to do Westminster’s work for it by using words like “illegal”
  845. The Birth Of Little England
  846. London’s pre-agreement is not needed to bring about an initial mandate for independence – even Mrs Thatcher accepted that.
  847. Claim survey found one in four want Santa gender change is Half True
  848. Deny all that’s evil
  849. May the Elves be with us – Newsnet.scot
  850. Μπορίς Τζόνσον ἐστί πρωκτός
  851. The messiah of gammon
  852. The dangerous fool
  853. The Failure
  854. The fury of a patient nation
  855. Scallop dredgers accused of sabotaging creel fishing gear | The Ferret
  856. The magic money tree
  857. No Christmas
  858. Yes, winning independence will require a measure of patience – but there must be no drift towards accepting the Westminster veto until 2024 (or beyond)
  859. Beyond the Noise: From the ruins – what next for Scottish independence?
  860. Dugcast – 20 December 2019
  861. London Will Never Give Independence – We Must Take It
  862. Except for voters in Scotland
  863. The Scottish Tories and their media allies have discovered the virtues of proportional representation – but only when it suits them
  864. Scotland’s Right to Choose – Newsnet.scot
  865. Things we told you would happen, part 99
  866. Analysis: 3 realities facing the indy movement after the Queen’s Speech
  867. ‘Washout’: Grouse moor review does not go ‘far enough’ campaigners say
  868. ‘Democracy must prevail’: Sturgeon sets out democratic case for second referendum powers
  869. The Abolition Of Sanity, Part 2
  870. The dangerous path
  871. Eagles at risk after landowning lobby delays licensing of grouse shooting
  872. Abellio to lose ScotRail contract early Scottish Government announce
  873. No More Delays
  874. ‘Appalling’: Disabled Scots unable to use half Scotland’s train stations
  875. Enemies within
  876. Same auld, same auld
  877. VIDEO: The SNP’s six best results in Election 2019
  878. Analysis: Gathering storm – why 2020 is set to be a year of tension between Edinburgh and London
  879. Green MSP launches rights bid to halt eviction of Leith resident of 27 years
  880. Rise in number of Scots new builds, but number of long-term empty houses grows
  881. Feisty Productions : Parts of the union
  882. Grasping the thistle: moving on after the election
  883. The silence
  884. The Tories told voters that this election was “one last chance” to stop an independence referendum. That chance has now gone.
  885. Senior Scottish Labour figures back second referendum as party grassroots discuss future
  886. House builders demand more subsidies from Scottish government
  887. Win for children’s groups as Scot Gov promise new guidance on school restraint
  888. The Tony Blair approach to making an independence referendum happen
  889. A starring role in Scottish history
  890. Open Letter: Scottish Labour for Radical Democracy
  891. 65% of Scots voted for parties that accept the right of the Scottish Parliament to hold an independence referendum
  892. Democracy dies when it is locked away
  893. Warning that kelp dredging trials could trigger ‘environmental destruction’
  894. It’s a shame when someone opts out, but the rest of us have got our country’s freedom to win
  895. The rotten fence
  896. Miscellaneous election stuff
  897. Hitting the fans
  898. General Election analysis: Now is the time of monsters
  899. Feisty Productions : Up until Swinson
  900. Beyond the Noise: Black Friday and a new dawn for the indy movement?
  901. Cartoon of the Week: The Nationalised Express (Cancelled)
  902. The dugcast election special
  903. Election 2019: our panel’s verdict – and what the results mean for them | The panel
  904. ‘Watershed moment’: Nicola Sturgeon to launch bid for second independence referendum
  905. Independence beckons
  906. Everywhere and nowhere
  907. Video: Reaction to Jo Swinson’s defeat
  908. Exit Poll Sensation: It could be 2015 all over again as SNP projected to win 55 seats
  909. Some thoughts on the exit poll
  910. Thoughts on the upcoming exit poll
  911. No, you don’t need bring ID or a polling card to vote in Scotland
  912. Arms firms executives could face investigation for complicity in war crimes
  913. The most important election in our lifetime – Newsnet.scot
  914. VIDEO: Anti-Brexit tactical voting guide for Scotland
  915. And now we wait
  916. This is sensational if true: Survation’s full-scale Scottish poll appears to give SNP a mammoth 19% lead. Now only one question remains: CAN WE ACTUALLY GET THE VOTE OUT?
  917. On the subject of postal votes…
  918. The oven ready chicken hiding in a fridge
  919. Fact check: Misleading political party leaflets in Scotland | The Ferret
  920. FFS Explains: what do the manifestos say about austerity? | The Ferret
  921. The battered coffee cup
  922. How the Westminster voting system (doesn’t) work – YouTube
  923. The beginning of the twist
  924. Call for UK government to “right the wrongs” of a decade of austerity
  925. SNP projected to win 41 seats in new YouGov MRP data
  926. Boris Johnson is 88% lies, the rest is just nasty
  927. The misunderstanding
  928. It’s Tuesday, so it must be MRP day
  929. Nine Minutes Later
  930. SNP target women voters with manifesto of key pledges – Newsnet.scot
  931. Johnson’s lies and deceit will ultimately deliver a better Scotland
  932. Feisty Productions : A matter of trust
  933. More information about the YouGov independence poll
  934. The BBC is the big loser in this election
  935. Thousands of callers fail to get through on rape helpline
  936. Gina Miller blasts Mike Smithson’s letter-writing antics for the Lib Dems as “extraordinarily scandalous”
  937. The lies that will consume the Tories
  938. Out of sight, out of mind: An introduction to the Tories’ media strategy – YouTube
  939. The Ringer
  940. Extinction Rebellion, Extinction Johnson’s government – Newsnet.scot
  941. Riding a bike on Boris Johnson’s ego
  942. Warning that wildlife in danger from ‘staggering’ 40% funding cuts
  943. Video: SNP on course for major gains in Scotland
  944. Up-to-date Panelbase poll suggests the SNP are still on course for significant gains
  945. Getting what you don’t wish for
  946. Because they don’t deserve it – YouTube
  947. YouGov independence polling
  948. John Major aghast at prospect of a Johnson government – Newsnet.scot
  949. The Other Guys
  950. The BBC’s reputation in Scotland will never recover from this latest unforgivable betrayal – they made this choice freely, and they can have no complaint about the consequences
  951. Tonight’s episode of “We’re talking about you not to you, Scotland”
  952. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 6 November 2019
  953. The royal prerogative
  954. It’s happening: full-scale YouGov poll gives SNP big lead over the Tories, and enormous lead over Labour
  955. Blatant plug time
  956. The logical progression
  957. BBC doubles down with arrogant reply to complaint about Andrew Neil’s factual inaccuracies
  958. Revealed: the narrowing options at secondary schools in poorer areas
  959. Two Woke Princes
  960. I support Nicola Sturgeon
  961. Solidarity with Denise Findlay
  962. Mike Smithson makes a Blair-style non-apology for his propaganda letters – but he knows he’s got this one badly wrong
  963. The Attack Of The Purity Police
  964. Vote for Richard Arkless in Dumfries & Galloway
  965. VIDEO: Are the Liberal Democrats in trouble in Scotland?
  966. Fishing industry boss backs SNP at general election – Newsnet.scot
  967. The dancing walrus and Jackson Carlaw’s surgically removed sense of shame
  968. Latest YouGov subsample paints picture of SNP dominance
  969. You can’t trust a Tory with a vow
  970. We gotta get out of this place
  971. Fact check: Sturgeon’s claim that violent crime is at 40-year low is False
  972. Vote for choice, or vote for submission
  973. Nuclear bomb programme struggled with staff shortages, says MoD report
  974. Un-national anthems
  975. No-shows, planks of wood, and androids
  976. Tories and LibDems given £658,000 by firms linked to tax havens
  977. Video: Is the Tory lead narrowing?
  978. Britain’s favourite impartial Liberal Democrat election expert Mike Smithson is BACK – and he’s writing letters again
  979. Boris VIII, England’s would-be autocrat – Newsnet.scot
  980. How to be civilised
  981. Across the road
  982. Why is John Lamont ashamed to be a Conservative? – Newsnet.scot
  983. Cartoon of the Week: The Liberal Democrats leading in offshore wind
  984. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 29 November 2019
  985. The game is still on
  986. Ministry of Defence under fire for hiding reports on nuclear safety problems
  987. Options for pro-independence voters in Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath
  988. Robin McAlpine: Simple, accurate answers for Andrew Neil’s questions
  989. Leaked US-UK documents show trade talks on ‘Trump’s terms’
  990. The lying liar who refuses to be held to account
  991. Bombshell telephone poll gives SNP mammoth 18% lead over the Tories – and puts support for independence at 50%
  992. Analysis: Voter registration spike could make election unpredictable
  993. ‘Tired of just surviving’: how care leavers are fighting back against austerity
  994. Long-awaited YouGov projection puts SNP on 43 seats – and suggests Jo Swinson is only 5% ahead in East Dunbartonshire
  995. FilmSpace: Frozen II
  996. Olivia Bridge: How high does the body count need to be before the Home Office stops turning a blind eye to trafficked women?
  997. MRP analysis shows SNP on course for a net gain of nine seats
  998. If the BBC run a ‘fact check’ on a BBC interview and find that only the interviewer got his facts wrong, shouldn’t an apology automatically follow?
  999. Even if no one is talking about it, NATO is a critical issue in this General Election
  1000. Scottish Labour criticised for defying their own members in supporting Trident renewal
  1001. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #31
  1002. General Election 2019: SNP launch manifesto to ‘lock Boris Johnson out of power’
  1003. Democracy or domination, dignity or disdain
  1004. Referendum Bill: MSPs reject 50% turnout amendment branded ‘ghost of 1979’
  1005. The bidding war
  1006. #JustSurviving: how austerity is eroding the lives of disabled people
  1007. ‘No wonder they are on strike’: Greens call on Scottish Government not to undermine university industrial action
  1008. Campaign to save Gorgie City Farm nears £100,000 target
  1009. My namesake’s attempt to rig the next independence referendum by giving the No side a “sabotage-by-boycott” option
  1010. James Kelly’s gonna party like it’s 1979
  1011. Feisty Productions : On the QT
  1012. ‘Persisting deprivation’: inside Dundee’s drugs crisis | The Ferret
  1013. ‘We need a new approach’: Engender urges Scottish Government to create a new offence on misogyny
  1014. Sam Macrae: An open letter to those wishing to become allies to estranged students
  1015. Holding power to account
  1016. Are there signs that the Tory lead may be weakening slightly?
  1017. ‘There is no safety net’: Fife’s child poverty epidemic | The Ferret
  1018. A Tory vote is a vote for a liar telling lies
  1019. Nearly all Scottish universities fail to record student suicides
  1020. Seat projection suggests SNP landslide and Lib Dem meltdown
  1021. First full-scale Scottish poll of the campaign suggests SNP vote has INCREASED
  1022. Wee Ginger Indy Stamps
  1023. Selected voices
  1024. Fnaugh-fnaughing and Swinson car crashes
  1025. How could you, Keith? You’re Cullen my dreams…
  1026. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 22 November 2019
  1027. Tory party accused of “state-sponsored misinformation” on fact checking
  1028. 1km emergency zone around cracked reactors will do, says nuclear firm
  1029. Aberdonian agony for luckless Leonard as super SNP sail serenely on
  1030. Breaking up isn’t always hard to do, part 2
  1031. The new West Lothian Question is how badly Labour are going to do in West Lothian
  1032. Roxanne Sorooshian: It’s The National’s birthday on Sunday – YouTube
  1033. “My mother didn’t want me to be cut”: female genital mutilation in the UK
  1034. Can the SNP prevent a nuclear holocaust by beating Jo Swinson in East Dunbartonshire?
  1035. Toxic and useless
  1036. War on Europe’s frontier: the Ukrainians risking their lives to join the EU
  1037. “Brazen, indefensible”: The night ITV lost the trust of Scottish viewers forever
  1038. You’d have been better off watching Eastenders
  1039. Latest YouGov average suggests the SNP are on course for twelve seat gains
  1040. Don’t forget, folks, it’s Scotland v Kazakhstan at 7.45 tonight…
  1041. Feisty Productions : No Compare
  1042. The Panel
  1043. Look out of the window
  1044. UK “democracy” proved to be a sham as London court backs ITV bid to rig the general election
  1045. The state we are in
  1046. The fruits of apartheid
  1047. Lib Dem ransom demand may ensure the SNP take the BBC to court
  1048. We are confused
  1049. Revealed: the companies in Scotland where the gender pay gap is growing
  1050. Election 2019: How marginal is your constituency over Brexit? | The Ferret
  1051. Lib Dems enter the danger zone
  1052. Going native
  1053. Dugcast – 15 November 2019
  1054. SNP win election dress rehearsal in Fife
  1055. MSP pension fund aims to be more ethical – but ups fossil fuel investment
  1056. SNP enjoy 21-point lead over the Tories in latest YouGov subsample average
  1057. The voice that must not be heard
  1058. Tartan scarf, public schoolboy, or vote for a grown up
  1059. SNP take on the broadcasters in court over the rigged leaders’ debates
  1060. Ruling allowing Serco to evict asylum seekers sets ‘dangerous precedent’
  1061. As others see us
  1062. Nicola Sturgeon speaks at the #indyref2020 rally – YouTube
  1063. Feisty Productions : Promises,promises
  1064. Feisty Productions : Election Fever
  1065. Feisty Productions : The Twilight Zone
  1066. Feisty Productions : Keep it zipped
  1067. First Scottish subsample under YouGov’s new methodology is still favourable for the SNP
  1068. Don Canleone and the Bru bottle mafia
  1069. Outclassing Paul Sweeney
  1070. Feisty Productions : Freedom come all ye
  1071. Cold war icy blast strikes at heart of Johnson’s government – Newsnet.scot
  1072. What effect will Farage’s big decision have on the election in Scotland?
  1073. Rescuing Scotland from Johnson and Farage’s UK
  1074. Rape victims billed hundreds of pounds for mobile phones seized by police
  1075. It’s the Scotland Act, not the Boris Johnson Act
  1076. A question for the BBC and Sky
  1077. Salmon farming firm under fire over fish welfare after 700,000 deaths
  1078. Red faces for the Lib Dems as Panelbase poll finds Nicola Sturgeon is more popular than Jo Swinson ACROSS BRITAIN
  1079. Saying Scotland matters
  1080. And they’re off
  1081. It’s official: the BBC have done a shameful deal with Boris Johnson – they get the ratings, he gets his rigged election
  1082. Dugcast – 8 November 2019
  1083. An all-time low
  1084. ITV dig their own grave even deeper with a comically Anglocentric justification for their rigged leaders’ debate
  1085. Silence is consent
  1086. A handy list of SNP election crowdfunders
  1087. Get it done Brexit could be in a bit of trouble – Newsnet.scot
  1088. Russian donors have given £3.5 million to the Conservative party
  1089. We are lost for words
  1090. True colours
  1091. Parents forced to pay nursery bills up to £3000 because councils refuse funding
  1092. Finding ourselves
  1093. Where’s the respect for Scotland? – YouTube
  1094. Scottish charity watchdog damns group that attacked integrity of politicians
  1095. How do you say ‘buying influence’ in Russian
  1096. Arms firms in Scotland profit from walls to keep out asylum seekers
  1097. Sky News makes brazen attempt to rig the general election by inviting the fourth-largest Commons party to a three-way leaders’ debate, but not the third-largest
  1098. When democracy becomes a sham
  1099. Green ink and chloroform
  1100. Behaviour conditioned by experience – Newsnet.scot
  1101. Election 2019: Early straws in the wind from YouGov are favourable for the SNP
  1102. Choosing the future
  1103. The North Sea oil industry’s £6.8 billion plan to breach climate targets
  1104. The Greens’ intervention in many Scottish marginal seats is not illegitimate – but it may do harm to the independence cause
  1105. ITV betrays its viewers AGAIN by doing deal with the Tories and Labour to stitch-up the election – and BBC clearly plans to follow suit
  1106. The dugcast – 1 November 2019
  1107. A letter to the Jo Cox Foundation
  1108. Analysis: Could General Election 2019 be an historic opportunity for Scottish indy?
  1109. Trending in the United Kingdom: Scexit
  1110. At the margins
  1111. Election 2019: If Brexit Party supporters in Scotland can’t vote for their first-choice party, who will they vote for instead?
  1112. The death of One Nation Conservatism
  1113. Beyond the Noise: #GE2019 at the turning point of British history
  1114. BookSpace: The Goldblum Variations; It Started in a Cupboard; Dear Girls; The Crown Agent
  1115. Robin McAlpine: This is what an independence election sounds like
  1116. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Yvonne Blake
  1117. Boris Johnson’s Broken Brexit Deadline Promises – YouTube
  1118. Nicola Sturgeon warns of ‘real and present’ Tory threat to NHS
  1119. The arsonists
  1120. The Missing Priorities Round
  1121. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Sam Bisiriyu
  1122. Three opponents for the SNP, three different outcomes?
  1123. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Atinuke Sanni
  1124. Brexit deal ‘opens the door to deregulation agenda’, Scottish Government analysis finds
  1125. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #28
  1126. Scottish Tory election campaign branded ‘duplicitous’ over Ruth Davidson leaflets
  1127. The panda election
  1128. Nigel’s Nightmare
  1129. Election 2019: the danger points
  1130. The pros and cons of backing a December election
  1131. Estimating the crowd at Scottish independence and anti-Brexit marches
  1132. Oh, Jeremy Corbyn – YouTube
  1133. A winter General Election is coming: how did that happen?
  1134. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Eyram Ahadzie
  1135. The Birds And The Bs
  1136. ‘What are ministers waiting for?’ Scottish Government urged to take action as consultation shows support for short-term let regulation
  1137. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Layla-Roxanne Hill
  1138. Will the SNP and Lib Dems bypass Labour opposition to bring about a December election after all?
  1139. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Adam Shomo
  1140. Three days in politics
  1141. Polluting Perthshire chicken factory plaguing residents with bad smells
  1142. Revive – the SNP conference fringe meeting
  1143. On a dark desert highway
  1144. FilmSpace at London Film Festival: Knives Out; Portrait of a Lady on Fire; Judy and Punch; Rocks
  1145. Labour MPs’ endless can-kicking on an election could lead to the very thing they don’t want – a No Deal exit next year
  1146. Squid trawlers under fire for entering protected waters
  1147. US ‘hate group’ linked to Trump to debate free speech in Edinburgh
  1148. Is this the most outrageously hypocritical thing Boris Johnson has ever said?
  1149. Would a general election in December help or harm the cause of independence?
  1150. Analysis: With a general election looming, everything is at stake
  1151. Robin McAlpine: Welcome back RIC – the indy movement needs you
  1152. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #27
  1153. ‘It beggars belief’: Demands grow for Ruth Davidson’s resignation over new PR job
  1154. The Saltire strikes back
  1155. Scottish Government urged to double funding for energy efficient homes to meet climate targets
  1156. Scottish Government rejects industry pleas on sick salmon photos
  1157. Big 5 oil and gas firms spent 251 million euros lobbying the EU since 2010
  1158. Is there any chance at all that Labour could lose Edinburgh South?
  1159. Fresh calls for powers over drug law to be devolved as MPs back decriminalisation
  1160. Brexit uncertainty has cost Scottish economy £3 billion
  1161. UK-wide abortion decriminalisation must follow Northern Ireland ‘victory’, campaigners say
  1162. Arms firms selling weaponry to Turkey awarded £15m of tax payers’ money
  1163. Unseasonal Elections And Their Effects
  1164. The Scotsman newspaper should be deeply ashamed of lying to its readers – yes, lying – in today’s headline about an independence poll
  1165. Scottish activists prepare solidarity demonstration as Catalan protests continue
  1166. Scottish Greens call for ‘greater universalism’ to combat problem of unclaimed benefits
  1167. Scottish Businesses and Brexit – YouTube
  1168. New nuclear submarines delayed by technical problems
  1169. Bugger this fur a gemme o sodgies
  1170. FACTCHECK: Have the SNP “gone into alliance with the DUP to kill independence”? (Spoiler: No, they haven’t.)
  1171. Anger over postcode lottery of school charges for practical classes
  1172. The unbreakable lock
  1173. “On a scale of confusion from 0 to 10…”
  1174. Are we finally moving towards clarity on the general election date?
  1175. The new terms of the debate
  1176. The ultimate Scotlanding
  1177. Councils save millions by renegotiating controversial Lobo loans
  1178. The law as a serving suggestion
  1179. Are you being served?
  1180. Dugcast – 18 October 2019
  1181. When history beckoned, Jo Swinson was caught napping (or posturing)
  1182. Brooks Was Here
  1183. Who’s being kept in the loop on Brexit? – YouTube
  1184. No, of course the SNP wouldn’t get a Section 30 order by offering to back Johnson’s Hard Brexit deal
  1185. Safety fears as Hunterston’s cracked nuclear reactors start to crumble
  1186. The road to the moral high ground
  1187. Levers of power
  1188. What happens if (when) Boris Johnson rejects a Section 30 order? – YouTube
  1189. Yesterday’s Women’s Convenor result was a moral victory, not a defeat – but only if people hold their nerve and don’t walk away from the SNP
  1190. Drugs, gold and guns bring terror to 400-mile waterway in Colombia
  1191. Arguing from a position of strength
  1192. Scotland’s top civil servant took 58 flights while telling staff not to fly
  1193. The grand strategy
  1194. False alarm: Panelbase haven’t stopped using the 2014 referendum question
  1195. The fundamentals
  1196. The one sided love affair
  1197. The soul of the SNP
  1198. The problem of England and Wales
  1199. The murder of Catalan democracy
  1200. Qatar Airways stops shipping greyhounds to China
  1201. Panelbase poll is the latest to suggest we’re on course to RETAIN the pro-independence majority in 2021
  1202. Johnson set to push UK and union off the cliff – Newsnet.scot
  1203. What’s in a question?
  1204. Gaelic bingo
  1205. Faith is always blind
  1206. Scottish councils slammed for spending ‘common good’ funds on booze
  1207. Historic breakthrough as Panelbase poll shows 50% support for independence
  1208. The broad church
  1209. The invitation
  1210. Disappointing but not remotely surprising: Stuart Campbell uses ludicrously vague “Archie Stirling”-type polling question to create the false impression of potential support for a Wings party
  1211. No operations at £27m Fife hospital since opening 10 years ago
  1212. With the bomb lighting
  1213. Dugcast – 11 October 2019
  1214. YouGov average suggests SNP remain on course for sweeping gains from both the Tories and Labour
  1215. How to tell when Kezia Dugdale is lying
  1216. The clean break
  1217. Guinness Book of Records on standby as latest Wings poll question is even more loaded than the previous ones
  1218. No-Deal Brexit may cause ‘deaths’ as Chief Medical Officer contradicts Michael Gove claim – YouTube
  1219. The Cuckoo Principle
  1220. Outrage over loch polluted by plastic waste from fish farm company
  1221. Claim that Scotland is highest taxed part of UK is Mostly False | The Ferret
  1222. The wrong sort of scooby
  1223. Revealed: multi-level teaching widespread across Scottish schools
  1224. Your chance to change the face of Scotland
  1225. Priority boarding
  1226. It’s actually pretty remarkable that two-thirds of SNP voters expect a pre-2021 indyref
  1227. Quo vadis?
  1228. Honest dirty hands
  1229. The Power of Scotland
  1230. Wings poll: Disagreement is not the same thing as “not having a clue”
  1231. The Power of Scotland
  1232. Scots greyhound sold to Chinese breeders prompts calls for export crackdown
  1233. The World Is Watching – YouTube
  1234. The mattress fire of British politics
  1235. What you want to believe
  1236. Which parties are considered most united? – Newsnet.scot
  1237. Better news for the SNP with Opinium
  1238. Marine industries must pay to protect wildlife, say environmentalists
  1239. Fines to rogue fishermen fall and illegal fishing escapes prosecution
  1240. Marching in the rain with my Uncle Shug
  1241. How would voters react to the Lib Dems in a post-Brexit election?
  1242. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 4 October 2019
  1243. Movers and shakers
  1244. Scottish families priced out of affordable housing by UK austerity policies
  1245. The Scottish Tory Wheel of Disfortune
  1246. You don’t square a circle by replacing the circle with a Lambeg drum
  1247. YouGov subsample update
  1248. Scottish Government rejects legal ban on fracking
  1249. 57 Channels And Nothing On
  1250. Groping news and Tory pollster finds for the SNP – Newsnet.scot
  1251. Armagammon and escaping unicorns
  1252. Yesbikers Thunderburgh Route from Sheriffhall to holyrood
  1253. Will Jo Swinson’s stubbornness on a Corbyn-led government make her the midwife of independence?
  1254. Opposition parties slam Tory ‘living wage’ promises as ‘playing catch-up’
  1255. A question of character
  1256. Over 60 dogs seized from suspected illegal Moray puppy farm
  1257. Two years on: Catalan independence leaders call for civil disobedience
  1258. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Ashanti Harris
  1259. Dozens of greyhounds racing in Scotland test positive for banned drugs
  1260. Johnson’s hot air
  1261. A Brief Synopsis of Johnson on the Marr Show – YouTube
  1262. Better Banking – A Public-Good Banking Network For Scotland
  1263. Polls, Westminster and how come the SNP is doing so well? – Newsnet.scot
  1264. Taking our fate into our own hands
  1265. Big Enough, Smart Enough, Rich Enough
  1266. How tax haven investors profit from Edinburgh’s empty sick kid’s hospital
  1267. Councils criticised for using common good funds for foreign flights
  1268. The counsel of despair
  1269. An alternative government without Corbyn is a non-starter
  1270. The contaminant
  1271. Going down a bad road
  1272. Changes at CommonSpace
  1273. Analysis: Boris Johnson’s Trumpian outrage politics is a trap
  1274. Dugcast – 26 September 2019
  1275. The Etonian Erdoğan
  1276. Clara Ponsati and Tariq Ali to headline ‘vital’ Radical Independence Conference
  1277. Chris Cairns’ Road to Nowhere
  1278. Robin McAlpine: Welcome to ‘Frame Wars’ – where powerful people decide what words mean
  1279. ‘Resign or be sacked’: Trade secretary faces fury after further breaches to Saudi arms sale ban are revealed
  1280. Christ on a bicycle: how to avoid newbie mistakes on the Holyrood voting system
  1281. The CommonSpace Show – Youth Climate Strikes Special
  1282. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #25
  1283. ‘By far the most ambitious anywhere in the world’: Scottish Parliament backs new target of 75% carbon emissions reduction by 2030
  1284. The dodo government
  1285. Open Letter to Derek Mackay: Put the public interest at the heart of public buildings
  1286. Who needs a criminal underworld when we have Jacob Rees-Mogg and the Privy Council?
  1287. ‘This could be the beginning of the end of Big Pharma’: Campaigners react to Labour public drugs manufacturer policy
  1288. Activists and opposition parties make final demands for more ambitious #ClimateBill ahead of crucial vote
  1289. Ashley Graczyk: Please Caption This
  1290. ‘There is no functioning UK Government right now’: Nicola Sturgeon addresses Supreme Court ruling at Holyrood
  1291. It’s showtime!
  1292. Fuel Poverty Act ‘both unambitious and unrealistic’, team of energy experts argue
  1293. Feisty Productions : 11 nil
  1294. The law is not an ass
  1295. Johnson’s authority shredded – Newsnet.scot
  1296. Bobi Wine: the ‘ghetto president’ challenging Uganda’s elite
  1297. Lord Pannick on the streets of London
  1298. The solidarity of back stabbing
  1299. Waiting for democracy – Newsnet.scot
  1300. Human rights activist Gulalai Ismail flees Pakistan to seek asylum in US
  1301. Labour and Brexit: clarity at last
  1302. Richard Leonard’s Sackful of Ferrets – YouTube
  1303. A BETTER SCOTLAND
  1304. One step at a time to a republic
  1305. It’s answer time!
  1306. Woof! The best leader… for the Yes campaign
  1307. A whole sackful of ferrets
  1308. Official inspections of lice-ridden salmon farm slammed as ‘whitewash’
  1309. The Perfidious Albion clause
  1310. Accentuating the negative
  1311. Dugcast with Philippa Whitford – 20 September 2019
  1312. Police Scotland criticised over treatment of vulnerable informants
  1313. It’s quiz time!
  1314. The Queen forgot the first rule of rule-breaking: don’t get caught
  1315. The lie at the heart of the UK constitution
  1316. Flying without Wings
  1317. Flying with Wings
  1318. We stood, and we still stand
  1319. Song for 18 September 2019
  1320. Anniversary HAMMERBLOW for Boris Johnson as unionist propaganda poll spectacularly backfires: support for a second independence referendum has SOARED to 63%, and support for Scotland remaining in the UK has FALLEN
  1321. How the unionists’ secret weapon may blow up in their faces
  1322. Grasping at red white and blue straws
  1323. Here’s how YOU can help The National win over voters tomorrow – YouTube
  1324. The future of democracy
  1325. £1,800 fine for £2.35m Tory dark money trust damned as ‘derisory’
  1326. Feisty Productions : Heroes and villains
  1327. Tory ‘dark money’ trust fined £1,800 by Electoral Commission
  1328. The blawflummer
  1329. Why the Lib Dems are idiots
  1330. Bomb firm told Scottish Enterprise munitions were “key growth area”
  1331. Fact check: Claim on Labour MPs in Leave areas is Mostly False
  1332. Two faces aren’t enough for the Lib Dems
  1333. A Liberal Democrat FAQ on how liberal democracy works
  1334. The incredible sulk
  1335. Climate ‘under threat’ from new fossil fuel facilities in Scotland
  1336. Westminster politics and the twilight zone – Newsnet.scot
  1337. Arms firms in Scotland fail to make checks to prevent war crimes
  1338. Not so fast
  1339. Fantasy politics and potholes
  1340. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 13 September 2019
  1341. Police Scotland had eight reports alleging domestic abuse by officers
  1342. SNP break through 50% barrier in sparkling subsample from YouGov
  1343. Mendax, mendax, bracae in igne
  1344. Johnson’s Prorogation Pauchle – YouTube
  1345. A drop of Satan’s blood
  1346. No, of course today’s legal ruling isn’t bad news for independence. Don’t be silly.
  1347. From the Information Commissioner
  1348. The mess got messier very quickly
  1349. Wet Blanket Department
  1350. Scots Court rules prorogation unlawful – Newsnet.scot
  1351. The next indyref question will not be Remain/Leave, because that would be based on a false premise
  1352. The mess that’s getting messier
  1353. Feisty Productions : Up until Black Rod
  1354. The letter
  1355. YouGov poll shows support for holding an independence referendum has soared
  1356. Getting punched in the gob by Athena
  1357. Secretary of State for Scotland held shares in arms firm making weapons
  1358. It’s unthinkable for any progressive party not to allow its members to elect the leader
  1359. The widening chasms
  1360. The SNP may be largely insulated from the effects of a Tory/Brexit Party pact
  1361. Narrow windows
  1362. Revealed: the ‘revolving door’ between politics and lobbying in Scotland
  1363. Constitutional vandalism
  1364. The British sense of fair play
  1365. More startled fawns
  1366. Spot The Victims
  1367. The SNP may be right to ca’ canny on bringing about a general election, if only for a very short while
  1368. Carlaw is crestfallen as YouGov polling suggests the Scottish Tories are heading for a COMPLETE WIPEOUT
  1369. Startled fawns
  1370. The road to independence does not run down a Trumpian rabbit-hole
  1371. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 6 September 2019
  1372. Hopeless times
  1373. Nominations please for the Scot Goes Pop link list
  1374. Dead in a ditch
  1375. The midwives of independence
  1376. Edinburgh under fire for failing to make money from film disruption
  1377. Nicola Sturgeon to receive major European award – Newsnet.scot
  1378. The worst Star Wars movie ever
  1379. A note on this blog’s relationship with Wings Over Scotland
  1380. Does Boris Johnson want an election? – YouTube
  1381. A question of trust
  1382. Scottish drug activists urged to break law to save lives
  1383. Chaos and conspicuous lounging
  1384. First post-Boris Scottish poll puts the SNP on course for dramatic gains from both the Tories and Labour
  1385. They think it’s all over for the government…and it almost is
  1386. Feisty Productions : Late night sitting
  1387. Carry On Dishonestly: Boris Johnson’s Brexit claim – YouTube
  1388. Nuclear company under fire for dam project in Burma | The Ferret
  1389. Today is a crossroads in history
  1390. The UK’s very own LBJ
  1391. The SNP must make this an independence election
  1392. A blog post with a short shelf life
  1393. Hanging by a thread
  1394. The power of ideas
  1395. Ammonia air pollution risk as Scotland’s dairy herds grow
  1396. Operation Pantomime
  1397. FilmSpace: Pain and Glory; Crawl; Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
  1398. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 30 August 2019
  1399. Beyond the Noise: The Tory plan to weaponise pensions
  1400. BOMBSHELL POLLING ANALYSIS: Average of YouGov’s Scottish subsamples since Boris Johnson became PM puts SNP on course for SEVENTEEN GAINS, and the Scottish Tories on course for ELEVEN LOSSES
  1401. Long Read: Richard Murphy on a Green New Deal for Scotland
  1402. The Critical Citizens’ Humanifesto for a better Glasgow
  1403. How numbers work, with Paul and John
  1404. BookSpace: Constitution Street; Love, Pan-Fried; Blessed Assurance; I Go Quiet
  1405. Developer backed by Fergus Ewing required to replant wrecked pinewood
  1406. Two by-elections, two big swings to the SNP
  1407. Beyond the Noise: Not a coup – a very British dysfunction
  1408. Is there really ample time to debate Brexit? – YouTube
  1409. Put that in a graph
  1410. SNP hit back as Labour claim indyref2 should only take place after the ‘formative years’ of Corbyn government
  1411. Robin McAlpine: I’m not scared. I’m ready. And it feels really good.
  1412. Scottish Tories locate their Ruth-less streak
  1413. The end game
  1414. Yes, what happened today is a suspension of democracy, and the Queen may not be able to wash her hands of it for much longer
  1415. ‘Can we abolish the monarchy now please?’: Prorogation leads to calls for elected head of state
  1416. Survivor groups criticise “appalling” police inaction on football sexual abuse
  1417. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #21
  1418. Analysis: The British constitution is broken – now it should be dismantled completely
  1419. Predictable things
  1420. A Green New Deal for Scotland
  1421. UK Government to prorogue parliament: Reaction round-up
  1422. Coup versus coup
  1423. Boris Johnson Crosses the Rubicon: We Must React Now
  1424. Why a Green New Deal is Needed…Now.
  1425. SNP MP calls on UK Government to apologise over ‘misleading’ EU citizen settlement status adverts
  1426. The Remit and Terms of Reference of the Citizens’ Assembly of Scotland
  1427. In photos: Orkney’s renewable energy revolution | The Ferret
  1428. Poll: 88% back a legal right to adequate housing in Scottish law
  1429. Wee Ginger Kittens …
  1430. Feisty Productions : Love it to death
  1431. Remember when this happened?
  1432. The smell of panic
  1433. ‘We still haven’t been allowed to be us’: Breaking the Silence on Menopause
  1434. Boris Johnson’s Ministry of Mistruth – YouTube
  1435. Scottish Women’s Aid: Domestic abuse is the number one reason why women and children are homeless
  1436. 1971 to 2019: Bringing the story of the Chagos Islands to the Fringe
  1437. A million to one
  1438. Arms firms give MPs thousands of pounds, gifts and dinners
  1439. SNP remain firmly in the driving seat in latest YouGov subsample
  1440. ‘The case for independence needs to be inclusive’: Patrick Harvie talks indyref2, the Climate Bill and Amazon fires at the Fringe
  1441. The 51st Absolute State
  1442. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 23 August 2019
  1443. Lies, damned lies, and accounting tricks
  1444. We agree with Dorothy
  1445. The flip test
  1446. Thoughts on the upcoming Shetland by-election
  1447. The inverse miracle
  1448. No-deal Brexit ‘severe disruption’ warning from NHS in Scotland
  1449. Is the Holyrood voting system a unionist conspiracy?
  1450. Happy GERSmas day
  1451. Get off my f***ing backstop
  1452. One cracked reactor at Hunterston allowed to restart
  1453. Serco slammed for plans to attend arms fair while evicting asylum seekers
  1454. Feisty Productions : Them not you
  1455. The Great British whoopee cushion
  1456. Shelter to launch legal action against Glasgow council over homelessness
  1457. Questions of identity
  1458. When you’re 74
  1459. Anger at US golf developer’s attack on Scotland’s environmental rules
  1460. Swinson showing her inexperience and right of centre instincts – Newsnet.scot
  1461. The Wings party, and the cautionary tale of Mr Archie Stirling
  1462. SCOT goes POP!
  1463. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 17 August 2019
  1464. We Are Not Your Hostage
  1465. Common good funds falling value sparks call for reform
  1466. No, Jeremy Corbyn didn’t make a strategic mistake with his offer to stop No Deal
  1467. Jo Swinson’s shiny ego
  1468. The enemies of democracy
  1469. Brexit Party MEP’s claims Holyrood and First Minister are Mostly False
  1470. ‘Black Wednesday’: Why everyone’s talking about mental health at the fringe
  1471. Anti-eviction campaigners threaten to ‘Lock-in’ Glasgow City Council as refugees crisis rumbles on
  1472. Elephants in rooms
  1473. Hilary Long: School’s back – but what’s the rush?
  1474. ‘Not acceptable’: Youth climate strikers hit back at Edinburgh Council proposal to permit school strikes to one per year
  1475. 7 Reasons Not To Subscribe to The National – YouTube
  1476. UK government under fire for inviting ‘war crime’ states to arms fair
  1477. No Deal crash out looks to be almost unavoidable – Newsnet.scot
  1478. Why a Wings party is probably a bad idea: Part Two
  1479. Scottish trade union prevented from joining global youth climate strike due to ‘draconian anti-union laws’
  1480. Climate activists call on @ScotGov to follow New Zealand in ending support for oil & gas industry subsidies
  1481. The big idea
  1482. Analysis: The prospects for indyref2 and Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister are closely inter-twined
  1483. Exclusive: Asda Chief Exec claims staff are not being forced to sign new contracts despite worker claims to the contrary
  1484. Analysis: Why the Labour right refuse to accept Scottish democracy
  1485. Flying kites
  1486. STUC and Common Weal call for Ferguson Marine nationalisation to be part of long-term public infrastructure strategy
  1487. “Revenge porn” crimes rise sharply but police detection rate down
  1488. The Goriest Twelfth
  1489. Feisty Productions : The Arrangement
  1490. On Tape
  1491. 20 public bodies pressing for restrictions on public right to know
  1492. Nothing has changed: vote-splitting in Holyrood elections is still a mug’s game
  1493. Running the numbers
  1494. Hung out to dry
  1495. Book Review: Is Self-Determination a Dangerous Illusion?
  1496. Beyond the Noise: Why the British constitution is finished
  1497. Johnson and Cummings playing with fire over the Backstop – Newsnet.scot
  1498. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 9 August 2019
  1499. Honest subtitles: Ruth Davidson on John McDonnell and indyref2 – YouTube
  1500. Analysis: RBS say they’d leave an indy Scotland – but who would want them?
  1501. FFS explains: Boris Johnson and the mandate | The Ferret
  1502. Any day now…
  1503. The Federalism Fairy flaps again, again
  1504. NHS Highland director Woerden tried to hide his £155,000 salary
  1505. It doesn’t take a generation to change your mind
  1506. Every Loser Wins: How “democracy” works in Scotland as part of the UK
  1507. Voices of the colonies
  1508. Whit a fankle: Labour and indyref2 – YouTube
  1509. The arses who run what was the union
  1510. The Charlatans
  1511. Victims of sexual assaults travel 100 miles for examinations
  1512. Sacking Boris Johnson – Newsnet.scot
  1513. The wind in our sails
  1514. No appetite for indyref2? Aye right. – YouTube
  1515. Has Ashcroft poll turned Our Precious Union to ASHES? Westminster in shock as a MAJORITY of Scots now support independence
  1516. Scottish airports could lose 220,000 passengers if Heathrow expands
  1517. It’s good to be back
  1518. Some things stay the same
  1519. What the GERS figures really tell us
  1520. The Woke Party
  1521. UK arms sales condemned after 12,000 children killed or maimed
  1522. The propaganda office
  1523. Remaining open-minded about a Remain alliance in Scotland
  1524. The cut-off
  1525. The unifier
  1526. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 2 August 2019
  1527. Life coming at you
  1528. If leaving the EU is difficult, won’t leaving a 300-year-old Union be even worse? – YouTube
  1529. Probes into four safety incidents at Hunterston nuclear plant
  1530. Does an independent Scotland face a £14 billion black hole? – YouTube
  1531. Police Scotland acted as ‘private security’ for fish farm, claims campaigner
  1532. The real winner in Brecon and Radnorshire was the Welsh language
  1533. Piqued Ruth
  1534. What a difference two years makes… – YouTube
  1535. Will Scotland be sent to the back of the queue to join the EU? – YouTube
  1536. Palestinian activist and scientist Dr Mazin Qumsiyeh discusses colonialism, diversity and popular resistance ahead of Scotland visit
  1537. Will Spain use their veto to block Scotland joining the EU? – YouTube
  1538. Scottish Government departments failing on freedom of information
  1539. Slaughter of the lambs – Newsnet.scot
  1540. Analysis: How likely is an Irish border poll?
  1541. Watch: Brexit, BoJo, indy and the SNP seen from East Renfrewshire
  1542. ‘We Are One’: Scotland set for first ‘Festival of Citizenship’ 9-11 August
  1543. Boris Johnson’s trip to Scotland – YouTube
  1544. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #18
  1545. Govan’s Water Row: Gentrification or Community Asset?
  1546. Illegal fishing claims after 112 boats seen in Scotland’s protected waters
  1547. On Robertson v McAlpine
  1548. Poll: 84 per cent of Scots support tax on holiday let landlords
  1549. Council Tax ‘still almost as regressive as the Poll Tax it replaced’, report finds
  1550. Knowing their place
  1551. Val Waldron: With no easy answers, the indy movement needs healthy debate to find the way forward
  1552. Jo Swinson criticised over donor links to fossil fuels and tax avoidance
  1553. Sturgeon: Collective wellbeing, not GDP, should be the most important measure of a country’s success
  1554. Such a parcel o’ rogues 1 – Newsnet.scot
  1555. Boris Johnson leaves First Minister’s residence through back door to avoid protesters
  1556. Analysis: Boris and the Bomb – why Faslane is an apt place for the new PM’s first Scotland visit
  1557. UK austerity blamed for people in Scotland dying earlier
  1558. Plaid Cymru make history by TAKING THE LEAD in a Welsh poll for the first time ever
  1559. Memo to Boris Johnson: “awesome foursome” doesn’t actually rhyme properly in Scottish and Northern Irish accents
  1560. Standard Wales Check #2
  1561. Revealed: the 130,000 wild animals licensed to be killed by wildlife agency
  1562. Swinson Bounce? What Swinson Bounce? Despair for overrated new Lib Dem leader as three new BOMBSHELL polls show her party flatlining
  1563. FilmSpace: The Current War; Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans
  1564. The bag lady
  1565. Keep calm and carrion
  1566. Boris Johnson has declared war on Scottish nationhood
  1567. Beyond the Noise: Would universal income really challenge capitalism?
  1568. Fact Check: Claim Scots drug deaths not comparable with the UK is False
  1569. ‘This doesn’t need to be the case’: Calls for nationalisation as historic Glasgow rail depot closes
  1570. BookSpace: We Don’t Die of Love; What Magic is This?; The Living Mountain; The Art of Dying
  1571. Are we heading for an October election?
  1572. Borismaggedon
  1573. Aerial photos show Scotland’s changing landscape in new light
  1574. Wings Unclipped
  1575. First straw in the wind from YouGov suggests SNP have carried their commanding lead into the era of Johnson and Swinson
  1576. Human rights defender Gulalai Ismail in hiding after claims of terrorist links
  1577. The Oracle Hole
  1578. All hail the new Britain
  1579. Is the end NIGH for Our Precious Union? EARTH-SHAKING poll of LABOUR MEMBERS shows huge support for independence
  1580. Three years and a month
  1581. She wants “Scotland in the Yookye, and the Yookye in the Eeyowe”: now that the female Fraser Nelson is Lib Dem leader, what’s next for Scottish politics?
  1582. Discipline, determination and drive, then the date – Newsnet.scot
  1583. Revealed: European Research Group working as ‘party within a party’
  1584. What the Yes movement is really anti
  1585. Are the Conservatives heading for a pre-election split?
  1586. The Scottish Government’s first big climate conversation takes flak
  1587. Public sector accused of paying ‘lip service’ to climate emergency
  1588. Video reveals damage by illegal scallop dredging off Jura
  1589. The faithful toady
  1590. The Thing From The Crypt
  1591. Diversionary pointing
  1592. Thoughts from afar
  1593. Big Brother surveillance could discriminate against workers, claim unions
  1594. Claim ‘Welcome to Scotland’ slogan cost $162,972 is Mostly False
  1595. Grasping the thistle
  1596. Feisty Productions : Boiling frogs
  1597. Wee Ginger holidays
  1598. Phantom Power Crowdfunder Film
  1599. Scottish Enterprise urged to rule out ‘damaging’ deep sea mining
  1600. Brexit and the questions nobody is answering – Newsnet.scot
  1601. Pensioning off the pensions scare story
  1602. Scottish marine wildlife under threat from ‘smash and grab’ trawling
  1603. If the McEleny/MacNeil alternative plan isn’t even to be considered, what *is* the alternative?
  1604. Not hating – what really drives the indy movement
  1605. The Expert
  1606. The Wee Ginger Book, getting ready for the indy campaign
  1607. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 12 July 2019
  1608. Forever England
  1609. Rebellious Scots to shush
  1610. Hitch a ride on the turning tide
  1611. Nationalism and Thatessempee
  1612. In pictures: the devastated city of Mosul two years on
  1613. Scot Goes Pop fundraiser hits target
  1614. Scottish Government failing to meet rural housing targets
  1615. Money, money, money
  1616. Feisty Productions : Game Changers
  1617. Going to the head of the queue
  1618. The Screw
  1619. Retailers threaten to remove products from shops over recycling scheme
  1620. It’s perfectly possible that Yes are ahead already
  1621. Comparing like with unlike
  1622. Shout loudly and wave a fleg
  1623. Hunterston reactors under ‘enhanced’ regulation due to cracks
  1624. Small nuclear reactors for Scotland? No thanks, say experts
  1625. The four estates
  1626. Gaslighting Scotland
  1627. Field Of Dreams
  1628. Jeremy Hunt downgrades Scotland from an opinion poll democracy to an anecdote democracy
  1629. Dundee council ‘raided’ common good fund for £5.5k Lord Provost portrait
  1630. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 5 July 2019
  1631. The irrefutable argument
  1632. Life after war for Uganda’s former LRA child soldiers
  1633. The lullaby that puts the UK to sleep forever
  1634. No-Independence Day
  1635. 18,514 thankyous
  1636. Theresa’s red white and blutack
  1637. Imagine our astonishment
  1638. Claim of 82 per cent opposition to transgender Self-ID is Mostly False
  1639. Boycotting the people of Scotland
  1640. The Achievers
  1641. Explaining democracy to unionist politicians
  1642. Export licence system lets ‘illegal’ arms sales to Saudi Arabia continue
  1643. New report: South of Scotland economy faces ‘crucial turning point’
  1644. Live and in pieces
  1645. Putting Tory words in Scotland’s mouth
  1646. Biggest success/biggest disappointment: Reflections on devolution at 20
  1647. Scottish Government move to renew Ineos fracking licence ‘disappointing’
  1648. Political Jargon For Dummies
  1649. Borders in the mind
  1650. Calling all Wikipedia editors
  1651. STUC Youth Conference rejects motion in favour of keeping sexual entertainment clubs open in Glasgow
  1652. Drowning out the Bruce
  1653. Scottish fish farms using cancer-linked embalming fluid as disinfectant
  1654. Dissolve The Union, says Labour
  1655. Boris Johnson’s hapless attempt to blackmail Scotland over Brexit
  1656. 52% of Scots demand an early independence referendum in landmark Panelbase poll, as Tory myth dies
  1657. The turd way of politics
  1658. Beyond the Noise: Is the US pushing for war with Iran?
  1659. BBC2 Newsnight’s Scottish Toryfest
  1660. Gaps revealed in nuclear convoy crash preparations
  1661. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 28 June
  1662. Phil Nash: Why the Home Office’s tightening of ‘good character’ criteria could lead to sinister outcomes for immigrants
  1663. Skipper of Scots boat fined for scallop dredging off Guernsey
  1664. BookSpace: Girl in a Cage; My Name Is Monster; Our Little Secrets; Finer Things
  1665. Visit Scotland
  1666. ‘Lock Serco Out’: Campaigners take direct action against planned mass evictions in Glasgow
  1667. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #13
  1668. The pied piper of shamblin’
  1669. Robin McAlpine: Magic thinking is the indy movement’s biggest threat
  1670. Lift The Ban: Campaign Fighting to Give Asylum Seekers the Right to Work
  1671. The right to vote: A stepping stone to equal rights for refugees and asylum seekers?
  1672. Patrick Harvie calls on @ScotGov to tackle temporary teaching contracts after 40 Glasgow college staff lose their jobs
  1673. ‘Unacceptable’: Lawyers criticise legal aid funding as govt announces public consultation
  1674. ‘The most unpopular planning application in Scottish history’: Councillors vote unanimously to oppose Loch Lomond land resort
  1675. What Can a 1930’s Film Tell Us About Austerity?
  1676. Analysis: Kids not flights – Scottish Child Payment shows how progressive choices make a difference
  1677. Energy Efficient Scotland Consultation
  1678. How will we survive
  1679. The saltire piñata
  1680. Paging Carole Malone: Sorry, Carole, but every single opinion poll this year has shown that support for independence is significantly higher than 45%
  1681. Prop up your jaws
  1682. Scottish solar industry will be hit by UK Government VAT hike, energy expert says
  1683. Feisty Productions : Not my circus
  1684. ‘Duplicitous asset stripping exercise’: SNP demand £167 million as Crown Estate England & Wales boast of selling Scottish asset
  1685. Aberdeen and Falkirk Councils explore public takeover of First Bus
  1686. The iceberg and the lifeboat
  1687. Are we ready to adapt to the coming age of climate refugees?
  1688. Private US arms firms bid for Faslane nuclear base training contract
  1689. Carbon-Free, Poverty-Free
  1690. First public inquiry into Islamophobia launched in Scotland
  1691. Analysis: The Tory leadership campaign in Scotland exposes ‘One Nation’ pretensions
  1692. Beware the Scottish midgie
  1693. Gas leak at Mossmorran plant in Fife prompts safety probe
  1694. Exclusive: Serco apologises for sending asylum seeker false eviction letter
  1695. Sarah Glynn: Erdoğan has been humiliated by Istanbul election re-run defeat
  1696. A failure of balance
  1697. Moments of Freedom: New Scots women in Clydebank on their Refugee Festival event
  1698. Bombshell Panelbase poll shows support for independence at a three-year high – even without Boris Johnson as PM
  1699. A question of character
  1700. Safety risks exposed by nuclear bomb convoy exercise in Scotland
  1701. Wind of change blowing backwards through Britain – Newsnet.scot
  1702. A ‘watertight ban’: Public consultation begins on member’s bill to ‘end hunting for good’
  1703. The imperfect kiss
  1704. The CommonSpace Show – Pilot – with Eve Livingston
  1705. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 21 June 2019
  1706. Beyond the Noise: Serco evictions – the ‘Hostile Environment’ in Scotland
  1707. The loose end
  1708. WATCH: Yvonne More on Migrants Organising for Rights and Empowerment
  1709. Army under fire for targeting recruitment adverts during ‘January Blues’
  1710. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #12
  1711. Humiliation for Ruth Davidson as Tory leadership result proves no-one in Westminster is listening to her
  1712. Bent bananas in the ears
  1713. It’s not just angels who have wings
  1714. Court rules UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia unlawful
  1715. The Tory bumble-bluster, kitten smirk, tangent-bombast routine
  1716. Expert on far-right warns of more neo-Nazi ‘lone wolf’ attacks
  1717. Feisty Productions : The Con men
  1718. The snivelling beggar
  1719. We knew all that already
  1720. Not so precious after all
  1721. Watching the world catch up
  1722. Scottish Enterprise gave cash to Hong Kong tear gas firm Chemring
  1723. A tentative forecast for the second round of the Tory leadership contest
  1724. Wee Ginger Dugfunder – 2019
  1725. From the archives #9
  1726. Whoever wins, we lose
  1727. The death throes of Britain
  1728. Memo to Jeremy Hunt: the most recent poll shows a majority IN FAVOUR of an early independence referendum
  1729. Believe in the bin!
  1730. Call answered
  1731. Calls to reform key school qualifications as pupils fail to progress
  1732. Richard Leonard begs for mercy as brutal YouGov subsample puts Scottish Labour on just 8% of the vote
  1733. Yesbikers AOUB Oban June 2019
  1734. The Bah Hah Men
  1735. What will we do in the shadows?
  1736. Support the campaign to get a Gaelic course added to Duolingo
  1737. Fact check: Jo Swinson’s claim on university education inequality
  1738. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 14 June 2019
  1739. Great work, lads
  1740. Welcome to Ruth Davidson’s 674th position on the circumstances in which an independence referendum might be “allowed”
  1741. Revealed: the intensive farms polluting Scotland with ammonia
  1742. What democracy is all about
  1743. ‘Sick’ salmon film prompts government probe into Scottish fish farm
  1744. Power, influence and control in the real world – Newsnet.scot
  1745. On one of the continents, abroad
  1746. Historians will puzzle over how it came to this, but the stars seem to be aligning for Boris and a No Deal Brexit
  1747. Climate change denier makes big donations to Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt
  1748. Hundreds of asylum seekers will be made homeless in Serco evictions
  1749. Never don’t not say never again
  1750. Council officials push to weaken freedom of information law
  1751. Feisty Productions : The Selectorate
  1752. Delusion and delirium in the UK’s end of days
  1753. Firms’ human rights records checked by Scottish Enterprise
  1754. Books for bucks
  1755. Letting the thistle thrive
  1756. Every prisoner should have the right to vote, say human rights groups
  1757. The real Tory addiction
  1758. Fish farming industry bids to relax limits on toxic pesticide
  1759. Nazi Alien Ghosthunting Bigfoot Megastructure Brexit
  1760. Sir Brian Donohoe: A Life
  1761. As they that are left grow old
  1762. If you want a risk-free referendum, try living in a totalitarian state. This is Scotland, and we can’t win independence without risking defeat.
  1763. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 7 June 2019
  1764. The news you won’t see
  1765. Labour’s narrow win in Peterborough doesn’t significantly reduce the chances of No Deal – the Tories know they lost the seat because of the Brexit Party
  1766. Ruth’s plan for Scotland
  1767. Speaking power unto truth
  1768. A foolproof plan
  1769. D-Day and standing with Europe – Newsnet.scot
  1770. A simple choice
  1771. Banned neo-Nazi group National Action is still recruiting, claims new report
  1772. Would it be better for the SNP if a general election takes place before Brexit Day?
  1773. The UK offers Scotland a future as a chlorinated chicken
  1774. The loose screw in the Scottish media
  1775. Feisty Productions : Powers and levers
  1776. More than 100 football pitches sold off by Scottish councils
  1777. Journalists call for reform to stop public agencies blocking freedom of information
  1778. Tory leadership update
  1779. The Brexit party and Jeremy and the C word
  1780. Licensed to kill: the landowners who shoot thousands of brown hares
  1781. We’ve got to get out of this place: UK on course to elect Farage as Prime Minister, says Opinium poll
  1782. Vileness in waiting
  1783. The wrecking ball
  1784. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #10
  1785. Claim more school leavers without qualifications than 20 years ago is False
  1786. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 31 May
  1787. SRM: A climate geoengineering ‘distraction’, or ‘crazy not to take it seriously’?
  1788. Ander Larunbe: The view from the Basque pro-independence left in a year of elections
  1789. Anaïs Ortega Druml: Artivism at the Lebanese-Syrian border
  1790. Neil Clapperton: How our Housing Association is responding to Climate Emergency in the oil capital of Europe
  1791. BookSpace: Animals Eat Each Other; Sonny and Me; The Ice House; The Starlight Watchmaker
  1792. Permission from who!?
  1793. The ten beaches in Scotland where swimming could damage your health
  1794. Scot Goes Pop Fundraiser 2019
  1795. Historic YouGov poll puts the Tories and Labour in third and fourth place in Britain-wide voting intentions for Westminster
  1796. The cleverness of the referendum bill
  1797. WATCH: The drastic adaptation to climate change we need
  1798. Robin Mcalpine: Saving ourselves – harder than you think, better than you think
  1799. Escalation: Where next for the climate action movement?
  1800. Everything is transphobic
  1801. Ian McCall: The Infrastructure Commission for Scotland and Climate Emergency
  1802. Remember that song about “when Nigel is in Number 10″…?
  1803. FilmSpace: John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum; Aladdin (2019); The Secret Life of Pets 2
  1804. From rhetoric to reality: How do we make a Scottish Green Deal happen?
  1805. Destroying the things you love, and being destroyed by them
  1806. As Referendums Bill is published, Sturgeon warns of ‘democratic outrage’ if indyref2 is blocked
  1807. Andrew Smith: Don’t let the European elections fool you – the SNP should still tread carefully on #indyref2
  1808. ‘You can’t have green growth’: New Enough! Project to launch ‘Degrowth Commission’
  1809. ‘Hostile environment’: Theresa May’s policy driving refugees into destitution
  1810. Starting the car
  1811. The politics of jimmy wigs
  1812. And now we’re being asked to believe that the SNP’s support consists mainly of hapless unionists who didn’t know they were voting for a pro-indy party
  1813. Message received, not understood
  1814. Lying to the death
  1815. The choice
  1816. Feisty Productions : Gubbed
  1817. The only hope of salvation
  1818. Face trippin’
  1819. Why an early general election is now more likely
  1820. The Delusionists
  1821. It’s big, it’s decisive: the SNP have won the European elections in Scotland by a landslide
  1822. All change and no change
  1823. Some benchmarks for the SNP’s performance tonight
  1824. While you wait
  1825. Anti-litter charity criticised for links to packaging industry
  1826. Tom Gordon wants the pro-independence movement to pack up and go home. Tom Gordon is going to be very disappointed.
  1827. The best of both worlds
  1828. The new order
  1829. Hail to the chief
  1830. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 24 May
  1831. Airbnb lobbying revealed as SNP and Tories water down regulation
  1832. Please do not waste this time
  1833. Five military personnel referred to counter-terrorism programme
  1834. Davidson’s line of attack lies in TATTERS as Panelbase poll reveals a majority of the Scottish public want an early independence referendum
  1835. My civic duty
  1836. Racist attacks rise in Greece as Golden Dawn trial enters fifth year
  1837. A few points to bear in mind about today’s election
  1838. May goes for another bite at the dust – Newsnet.scot
  1839. Operation arse about face
  1840. Latest YouGov subsample suggests a GAIN for the SNP – and a WIPEOUT for Ruth Davidson’s Tories
  1841. Fact check: Alleged Nigel Farage tweet about Scots ‘coming to heel’ is fake
  1842. No-one better to decide
  1843. Setting the record straight on the D’Hondt formula
  1844. Theresa trembles as phenomenal Panelbase poll puts support for independence at 48% – a three-year high
  1845. Here’s the proof that the ‘Remain Voter’ website can’t be trusted
  1846. Broonterventions in BDSM Britain
  1847. Property industry treats top Scots politicians to £5,000 dinner in Cannes
  1848. Journey to Yes, #24
  1849. Journey to Yes #24
  1850. Feisty Productions : Milkshakes and martyrdom
  1851. Serco fined almost £3m by Home Office for asylum housing failures
  1852. Fish farms under investigation for allegedly breaking environmental rules
  1853. Your four-minute guide to how Thursday’s European election could be a giant leap towards an independence referendum
  1854. If anyone tells you that “tactical voting” is possible on Thursday, they’re either misleading you or they don’t know what they’re talking about
  1855. James Kelly’s Guide to EU Elections
  1856. Spoilt for choice
  1857. Former Brexit minister under fire for meeting Spanish far right
  1858. Opinion poll panics Tories and Labour but the SNP should be concerned too – Newsnet.scot
  1859. 89% of Scots support second indyref
  1860. The dream dies for Davidson as sensational Panelbase poll suggests the Scottish Tories face TOTAL WIPEOUT at Westminster, with the SNP poised to take almost every Scottish seat
  1861. Ultimate clarity
  1862. Revealed: the gender gaps in Scotland’s schools | The Ferret
  1863. Fooling us once, twice, three times
  1864. The British Job
  1865. The annual Eurovision post
  1866. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 17 May 2019
  1867. Volume: Mute
  1868. The Vicar Of Braying
  1869. FilmSpace: High Life; The Hustle; A Dog’s Journey
  1870. ‘Fred Goodwin absolutely loved it’: Ian Fraser on how an Andrew Wilson RBS ‘factsheet’ shows why he was the wrong person to write the Growth Commission
  1871. Analysis: Tory members have the future of Britain in their hands – unless democracy intervenes
  1872. The three sham egos of Brexit
  1873. Analysis: There is little hope that Europe will stand in the way of a US war with Iran
  1874. Analysis: In rejecting the Islamophobia definition the Tory party is boasting about its racism
  1875. Patrick Harvie: Greens wouldn’t have passed Budget if we knew of cuts to climate fund
  1876. Goodest at numberology
  1877. Community climate projects axed as funding halved by Scottish Government
  1878. A Europe free to roam means real control – Newsnet.scot
  1879. EU Elections In Perspective: The European centre’s fight against ‘democratic change’ is failing
  1880. Linda Pearson: How Scottish Councils could become a beacon for the anti-Nukes movement internationally
  1881. ‘Elephant in the room’: Report finds Scotland must choose between North Sea industry collapse or green transition
  1882. Renfrewshire Council becomes first in UK to call on its Pension Fund to divest from nuclear weapons
  1883. ‘Stop dragging your feet’: Michael Gove refuses to commit to net-zero target at Holyrood committee
  1884. Preserving our values
  1885. Feisty Productions : Democratic deficits
  1886. Snooping fears over police seizing a hundred phones a day
  1887. Ruth Davidson’s campaign pitch is just sooooo 2017
  1888. ‘Protecting Liveable, Affordable Communities’: new group calls for short-term lets licensing system in Edinburgh
  1889. Report calls for Scottish spycops inquiry after finding under-cover officers visited Scotland to ‘cement relationships’
  1890. EU Elections In Perspective: The ‘not so extraordinary’ rise of the Brexit party
  1891. Fact check: Brexit Party claims on EU negotiations and divorce bill | The Ferret
  1892. Could Ruth Davidson be facing an ABRUPT END to her political career? SHOCK YouGov research puts the Scottish Tories in SIXTH PLACE for the Euro elections
  1893. Scottish police watchdog under fire for spycops review
  1894. How the army is trying to stop neo-Nazis from recruiting soldiers
  1895. England’s Brexit far-right smears democracy – Newsnet.scot
  1896. Last Call
  1897. Facebook bans Scots far right group linked to neo-Nazis and terrorism
  1898. Opinium poll suggests Farage has a chance of becoming Prime Minister
  1899. MMT SCOTLAND Bill Mitchell
  1900. MMT SCOTLAND Warren Mosler
  1901. MMT SCOTLAND Dr Tim Rideout
  1902. Mummy’s back
  1903. Hats off to Haddington as SNP give Ruth Davidson’s Tories the FRIGHT OF THEIR LIVES in by-election belter
  1904. Wee Ginger Dugcast with Elaine C Smith
  1905. March to the beat of a different drum
  1906. Ineos breach at Grangemouth risks ‘catastrophic’ accident
  1907. An all-out independence push would have been better, but ‘Stop Brexit’ is still a far more inspiring message than ‘Stronger for Scotland’ was
  1908. The meaning of power
  1909. Calls for First Minister to intervene to save Glasgow homeless services
  1910. The value of emotion
  1911. Teachers and students in decline: the computing ‘crisis’ in Scotland’s schools
  1912. Last call to register to vote in the European elections
  1913. Some friendly advice to the SNP leadership
  1914. Spilt black milk
  1915. A proper conversation about online behaviour
  1916. Arms firms profiting from Yemen war handed £3m of tax payers’ money
  1917. FilmSpace: The Curse of La Llorona; Tolkien
  1918. At midnight all the agents
  1919. On the subject of “monetising the Yes movement”…
  1920. The double standards of the Scottish media: Part 7,952
  1921. Hundreds of destitute asylum seekers forced to travel from Scotland to Liverpool
  1922. David Mundell is a liar
  1923. The secret collectors
  1924. The leak inquiry
  1925. What can’t be fixed must be left behind
  1926. BBC Lying Propaganda and the Tory Party Scottish Conference
  1927. Beyond the Noise: Climate emergency, media and the culture war
  1928. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 3 May 2019
  1929. Carry on shooting: Scottish beavers still being killed
  1930. Glasgow unveils plans to cut homeless services by £2.6m | The Ferret
  1931. The slow learners
  1932. Book Review – Scots and Catalans: Union and Disunion
  1933. ‘Do the right thing’: Family of Sheku Bayoh to lodge perjury complaint as they repeat demand for a public inquiry
  1934. SNP gatecrash the English local elections by seizing control of Dundee City Council
  1935. How has polling changed on Scottish independence since 2014?
  1936. Shut up and go huawei
  1937. How has polling changed on Scottish independence since 2014? | The Ferret
  1938. Analysis: Williamson’s sacking shows the vulnerability of the British elite in the new tech wars
  1939. Robin Mcalpine: Sterlingisation is dead; everyone needs to move on
  1940. Andy Wightman calls for investigation into ‘illegal practices’ as Living Rent report reveals abuse of holiday lets by rogue landlords
  1941. CS Forum 30 May: Climate Change – How do we turn words into actions?
  1942. Nicola Sturgeon challenged to abandon Air Departure Tax cut in the wake of new climate targets
  1943. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #8
  1944. Home Office accused of racial profiling after 200 targeted in Glasgow
  1945. Barking Up the Right Tree – 2019
  1946. May Day 2019 around the world
  1947. WATCH: Tim Rideout on currency and independence at #SNP19
  1948. Talking proper
  1949. A life in limbo: one family’s experience of moving to Glasgow after fleeing gang violence in El Salvador
  1950. Setting an artificial threshold of 60% for a Yes victory isn’t “bold” – it’s ultra-conservative and anti-democratic
  1951. Campaigners call on Scottish Parliament to condemn attempted coup in Venezuela
  1952. Amazon pays more tax to Fife Council than to the UK government
  1953. SNP Conference Adopts Common Weal Statistics Policy
  1954. Daphne Vlastari: Is Scotland’s nature Brexit-proof?
  1955. Nicola Sturgeon’s AirBNB regulation announcement welcomed by Edinburgh and Highland Councils
  1956. Feisty Productions : Civil Disobedience
  1957. Rent controls key to tackling poverty in Scotland’s capital, head of Edinburgh poverty commission argues
  1958. The arrogance and hubris that ends the UK
  1959. Analysis: Ruth Davidson re-enters the political fray with new vigour to shut down Scottish democracy for a decade
  1960. Council pensions invested £130m in arms firms profiting from Yemen war
  1961. The Tories are overplaying their hand by moving from “now is not the time” to “Scotland will never be allowed to choose”
  1962. UK nuclear weapons facing ‘perfect storm’ of problems, says report
  1963. Fantasies from the Ruthiverse
  1964. Turkey, Spain and Britain: The radicalisation of hegemonic nationalisms
  1965. Scott Leatham: To end the reign of the climate delayer we need to re-write our contract with nature
  1966. ‘Act as if this truth is real’: Climate change campaigners respond to First Minister’s declaration of a climate emergency
  1967. The restoration of faith
  1968. The Spanish election result: What you need to know in 1000 words
  1969. Serco staff ‘routinely’ walk into asylum seekers’ homes without warning, claims charity
  1970. ITV speaking power to truth
  1971. Analysis: Sturgeon offers up new commission seeking to restore indy social justice focus
  1972. #SNP19 Currency advocates hit out at claim their amendment is compatible with ‘six tests’
  1973. Nicola Sturgeon: Legislation for indyref2 will be introduced in May
  1974. The way out
  1975. The soft block
  1976. MP under fire for staff day at the races as guests of Qatar government
  1977. Drama as new Panelbase poll continues to show support for independence at unusually high levels
  1978. They ain’t seen nothing yet
  1979. Analysis: A stunning victory for the grassroots of the SNP and Scottish currency advocates
  1980. Video: Reaction to shock #SNP19 currency debate result
  1981. SNP conference demands a Scottish currency be ready ‘as soon as practicable’ after independence
  1982. Landmark YouGov poll suggests SNP are on course for landslide victories at the next Westminster and Holyrood elections
  1983. SNP call on UK Govt to reform EU Settled Status Scheme to protect victims of domestic abuse
  1984. Belts and braces
  1985. Westminster shudders as the announcement of Indyref 2 is followed by dramatic YouGov poll putting support for independence at 49%
  1986. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 26 April 2019
  1987. Catalonia.Aftermath
  1988. Feisty Productions : Game on?
  1989. From the mouths of eggs
  1990. Shock poll shows the sun setting on the day of Davidson as the Scottish Tories return to third place, and the SNP retain their massive lead
  1991. Things which are predictable
  1992. Oil giant ExxonMobil could be prosecuted over flaring in Fife | The Ferret
  1993. We’re talking about money
  1994. Fact check: Claim Customs Union deal means not leaving the EU is False
  1995. Support The National’s 10,000 steps campaign – and get your own Wee Ginger Dug!
  1996. Nicola Sturgeon’s statement of intent on a pre-2021 independence referendum is a positive step forward
  1997. A plan of little action
  1998. We have work to do
  1999. Tax take and a valued society – Newsnet.scot
  2000. Analysis: With just days until the vote, a defence of the economics of Sterlingisation has still not come
  2001. Listening respectfully to trans people and feminists
  2002. What can we expect from Spain’s ‘deeply undemocratic’ election?
  2003. Beyond the Noise: Attacks on Democracy in the Internet Age
  2004. Governments flouting EU state aid rules threaten BiFab jobs, MSPs told
  2005. Grouse moors, land reform, and power
  2006. The National Question in the 21st Century
  2007. No, Mark Ruskell, it’s not possible to vote “tactically” in the Euro elections to stop UKIP or the Brexit Party
  2008. The BBC’s Game of Thrawn
  2009. Context phobia
  2010. Walking into traps
  2011. Scotland urged to reject sex work policy linked to violent crime increase in Ireland
  2012. Robin McAlpine: An investment-led economy offers hope for an independent Scotland
  2013. An Investment-Led Economy
  2014. The Frightening Rabbit
  2015. Wee Ginger “Duckcast” – 19 April 2019
  2016. A tissue of fair comments
  2017. Fishing to feed salmon farms is emptying the seas, claims report
  2018. OPINION: Why the Notre Dame fire raises important question about white supremacy.
  2019. Is Davidson PLUNGING towards CALAMITY? Second YouGov poll in as many days shows Ruth’s Tories facing MELTDOWN
  2020. Writing our own future
  2021. Call to scrap ‘horrifying’ 50 years of British nuclear weapons celebration
  2022. Former Catalan vice-president: ‘We’ve been decisive in the fall of two governments and we can be so again’
  2023. STUC supports Kurdish hunger strikers
  2024. Feisty Productions : Polls and Taxes
  2025. Serco asylum evictions legal case not ‘settled,’ says human rights lawyer
  2026. International self-determination movements: Send us your views
  2027. FilmSpace: Hellboy (2019); Little; Wonder Park
  2028. DEVASTATION for Davidson as BOMBSHELL YouGov poll suggests the Scottish Tories could be WIPED OUT in the European elections
  2029. Campaigners welcome Sturgeon’s ‘Scottish Green Deal’ pledge but urge real and radical follow through
  2030. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #6
  2031. Wee Ginger Duck
  2032. Scottish advocates of land reform to come together at seminar exploring ‘radical redistribution’
  2033. The severed baby
  2034. The Corporal Joneses of British nationalism
  2035. The long drop
  2036. Nearly 3000 licenses issued allowing protected wildlife to be killed
  2037. Ban UK citizens going to China for organ transplants, say Scots MPs
  2038. Equating a Westminster veto with “legality” is a dangerous game
  2039. Aberdeenshire residents urge council to say sorry for backing Trump
  2040. I want independence because …
  2041. What you wish for
  2042. Mass deaths: nine million fish killed by diseases at Scottish salmon farms
  2043. Are the European elections about to hand Ruth Davidson a major setback?
  2044. The real question for Scotland in Brexit Britain
  2045. Sufferin’ Saints Eve
  2046. NHS: £270,000 chronic pain ‘talking shop’ slammed as services stretched
  2047. Scotland’s first choices
  2048. It’s another bonzer by-election breakthrough: Sunshine on Leith Walk for surging SNP, but darkness falls on Labour and the Tories
  2049. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 11 April 2019
  2050. Now is the time to decisively move up a gear in preparations for an independence referendum
  2051. A candle in the darkness
  2052. The ruined summer
  2053. Tories accused of ‘rank hypocrisy’ after £120k spent on Mundell’s foreign trips
  2054. The black hole of Brexit Britain
  2055. Anti-EU party standing for Leith ‘shameless’ for joining EU-funded group
  2056. Fact check: Claim Scottish banknotes aren’t legal tender in England is True
  2057. The case for a consultative independence referendum
  2058. The federalism fairy flaps again
  2059. Waiting For Brexit
  2060. Feisty Productions : Decades of Deference
  2061. Scottish Government ‘ignores’ pleas to improve chicken welfare
  2062. The Father Dougals of British nationalism
  2063. Any minute now they’ll get it
  2064. Is Theresa May unwittingly making independence even more likely by implicating Labour in a hard Brexit?
  2065. Yes Rutherglen Indyref2 panel – Newsnet.scot
  2066. The time to decide is coming
  2067. The problem with being liberal
  2068. Revealed: how the food industry is trying to block health bans
  2069. “Boost for May” as Tory vote drops like a stone
  2070. Minds locked shut
  2071. The balance of powers
  2072. Is there any more ridiculous sight than a Tory commentator using a dud poll to weave a world of illusion in which the “precious Union” is safe?
  2073. Scottish salmon firm drops ‘sustainable’ branding
  2074. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 5 April 2019
  2075. How did Scottish MPs vote over Brexit? | The Ferret
  2076. The tyranny of the rejects
  2077. Scottish Labour’s best man
  2078. The no-personality crisis
  2079. Its war: Tory party goes ballistic – Newsnet.scot
  2080. Clueless Sun newspaper left red-faced after being caught wrongly telling readers that support for independence has “dropped”
  2081. The reason why nobody can agree on what Theresa May just said is that she said everything and nothing simultaneously
  2082. Beware of Theresas despairing rifts
  2083. To James Kelly MSP, our congratulations
  2084. The false choice
  2085. Feisty Productions : Part of the Union
  2086. Anger at MoD plan to rethink nuclear submarine waste disposal
  2087. Little red dots #2
  2088. Tonight’s votes reveal that the SNP are not uncompromising Remain ultras – they just have red lines, which they’ve rightly stuck to
  2089. Sarah Glynn: Turkish thumbs down to Erdoğan – thanks to Kurdish election strategy
  2090. The Tory government, the Tory state
  2091. Mike Downham: We should learn from the #ClimateStrike in our approach to food activism
  2092. ‘We want change’: SNP branches back bid to remove ‘6 tests’ from conference currency motion
  2093. WATCH: CommonSpace Forum 28 March – Food, poverty and Brexit
  2094. Scots-linked arms dealer Raytheon declines to meet MPs over Yemen
  2095. FilmSpace: Wild Rose
  2096. ‘World’s gold standard’: New domestic abuse law comes into force in Scotland
  2097. In a post-ideological world, what brings politicians together in a common endeavour? Apparently, it’s the name “Alexander”.
  2098. Independence for England now
  2099. Scotland’s richest MSP pockets £185,000 in business grant ‘shambles’
  2100. The fork in the road
  2101. The long way home
  2102. The last throw of the dice
  2103. The Clackmannanshire result demonstrates the limits of unionist tactical voting
  2104. An open letter to Brexiteers from Scotland
  2105. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 29 March 2019
  2106. Beyond the Noise: Food Bank Scotland – an era of permanent food poverty?
  2107. Special week of coverage on the right to food: Readers letters
  2108. Write a letter in support of the Kurdish hunger strikers 
  2109. BookSpace: One Shot; Death at the Plague Museum; The Chronology of Water; The Speculative Book
  2110. Call for Johnnie Walker to stop sponsoring Formula One race
  2111. What Brexit obsessed Britain is missing
  2112. As Ruth Davidson would say, “Well done, Clacks!” – SNP storm past Labour to win bellwether by-election
  2113. Gender pay gap campaigners demand action as firms drag feet on inequality reporting
  2114. Over one million living in poverty in Scotland as income inequality deepens
  2115. Robin Mcalpine: The four words that lose us independence – Ecuador, Lichtenstein, Montenegro, Panama
  2116. Climate activists disrupt FMQs with call for a citizen’s assembly
  2117. Urban Agriculture: Grassroots solution to food scarcity – or a gateway to gentrification?
  2118. FilmSpace: Five Feet Apart; Ben is Back; The White Crow
  2119. Little red dots
  2120. US Christian right ‘dark money’ backed anti-abortion Glasgow students
  2121. Westminster rocked as the SNP at last exercise a decisive role in the hung parliament
  2122. The dreadful prospect
  2123. Analysis: With the capitulation of Boris and Rees-Mogg, the Tories are on course for their greatest humiliation
  2124. Analysis: ‘Cultural Marxism’ and why the Right cannot escape its essential racism
  2125. Analysis: With his Golan Heights proclamation, Trump has given Netanyahu a blank cheque for conquest
  2126. Common Weal Policy Podcast #04 – Financial Regulations
  2127. Scottish ministers back Ineos on noise pollution from flaring
  2128. Not in this day and age, unless someone drags us back
  2129. The SNP will be eyeing up Stirling to ensure a net gain from the Tories at the next election
  2130. When Sauron met Mr Bean
  2131. Claim an independent Scotland would need to join the Euro is Mostly False
  2132. More than 400 children killed or injured by airstrikes in Yemen
  2133. Westminster bill risks ‘flood’ of foreign dark money into politics
  2134. Chuka Umunna’s group face wipeout in any snap general election
  2135. Ministers under mounting pressure to outlaw fracking
  2136. Anarchy in the rUK
  2137. Majoritarianism is not democracy
  2138. Oliver Notwell
  2139. The boundary between constitutional nationalism and revolutionary nationalism
  2140. Would Theresa May even respect an indicative vote in favour of a softer Brexit?
  2141. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 22 March 2019
  2142. Metrosplaining the euro
  2143. Revoke Article 50 passes 3 million signatures – Newsnet.scot
  2144. Our pale red faces
  2145. Home Office ‘utterly failing’ in treatment of detained immigrants, say MPs
  2146. Revoke article 50 petition going like the clappers – Newsnet.scot
  2147. Who are the grown ups?
  2148. Sturgeon pressed to better protect wildlife
  2149. Claim Labour voted against carers’ benefit increase is Mostly True | The Ferret
  2150. When Fact Checks Fail
  2151. Nothing has changed. Nothing has changed.
  2152. Pay rises for NHS bosses while Highlands faces ‘unprecedented’ health cuts
  2153. Press release imminent
  2154. Cracked reactors force further delays at Hunterston
  2155. England: Not as English as it likes to think – Newsnet.scot
  2156. The security and stability of a constitutional crisis
  2157. Police probe cyber attack on Dungavel detention centre
  2158. Is this an all-time low for Scottish Labour?
  2159. The BBC’s Pickle Nick
  2160. The Great Coincidence
  2161. Landowners under attack over film of heather on fire | The Ferret
  2162. Not too wee and not too poor
  2163. Survation poll shows Yes vote holding up impressively
  2164. Little Baby Bull
  2165. Public Finances in an Independent Scotland – Newsnet.scot
  2166. Wee Ginger Dugcast – Friday 15 March 2019
  2167. With 334 MPs voting against, the ‘People’s Vote’ option now looks dead
  2168. A matter of self-respect
  2169. What the hell now?
  2170. The end of the rope
  2171. The Plague Houses
  2172. Gaffe reveals why Sturgeon refused to meet nuclear waste protestor
  2173. If the European elections go ahead, the SNP’s chances could be boosted by a split Kipper vote
  2174. May’s Government is broken – Newsnet.scot
  2175. Tonight’s votes mean that, one way or another, a moment of truth for the independence movement is arriving
  2176. Watering the dead plant
  2177. Sturgeon backs Ewing over felled pinewood
  2178. A trick we’ve seen before
  2179. NHS Scotland buys surgical gloves from firm which used forced labour
  2180. How much longer can we put up with this mess?
  2181. The undead Brexit stumbles on
  2182. 65% of the Scottish public want a second independence referendum, says superlative Survation survey
  2183. Westminster ordered to name MPs in hard Brexit lobby group
  2184. Fact check: Prime Minister’s claim of £1,400 UK dividend is Unsupported
  2185. The ugly game
  2186. Raytheon smart bombs linked to more alleged war crimes in Yemen
  2187. Homeless death toll in Scotland rises to 139
  2188. Feisty Productions : Saman.Together
  2189. One way or the other
  2190. Scotland’s most indebted housing associations given Brexit warning
  2191. Embarrassing the jerseys
  2192. Except for viewers in Scotland
  2193. The Rights Of Nations
  2194. A beginner’s guide to stupid
  2195. Most council trucks lack safer brakes recommended after Glasgow bin lorry crash
  2196. A question of consent
  2197. The people’s other game
  2198. The sideshow
  2199. The SNP may now be close to assured of winning the next Westminster general election in Scotland
  2200. Not YOU, Scotland (part 784)
  2201. Revealed: the ‘unacceptable’ risk of no deal Brexit for schools
  2202. The rights of women
  2203. International Women’s Day: Letter to Theresa May – Newsnet.scot
  2204. Panelbase poll leaves Leonard looking like a lost cause
  2205. The fait accompli
  2206. The mystery man
  2207. A letter to the Conservative Party
  2208. Fergus Ewing under fire for ‘conflict of interest’ over felled pinewood
  2209. Back down the slide
  2210. Safety fears over threat to Highland autism service
  2211. Journey to Yes #23
  2212. Abandoning the SNP for a new pro-indy party would be a terrible idea – and here’s why
  2213. A different country
  2214. Journey to Yes #23
  2215. Could Scottish Labour be heading towards a total wipeout at Westminster?
  2216. China promotes propaganda in Scottish universities, says report
  2217. Feisty Productions : To be wanted
  2218. The fightback
  2219. Bus firm failure to cut toxic fumes branded ‘disgrace’
  2220. A Conservative stitch-up
  2221. If this were only cleared away
  2222. Words and deeds
  2223. Claim three in ten children affected by ‘Momo challenge’ is Mostly False
  2224. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 1 March 2019
  2225. CS Letters: Scotland’s towns & places
  2226. Home Office under fire from lawyers over ‘concerning’ immigration powers
  2227. Common Weal poses seven questions about new currency plan
  2228. Beyond the Noise: Naming Scotland’s problem with anti-Irish racism
  2229. Growth Commission critics cautiously welcome proposed SNP currency policy shift 
  2230. The greatest argument of all
  2231. Open letter signed by MPs and journalists condemns media regulator for inaction on racism in the press
  2232. If we really must “reinforce” the mandate we already have for a referendum, let’s do it soon and make clear we won’t go round in circles forever
  2233. Oh no EU can’t. Oh yes we can
  2234. No blanket ban on public funds for asylum seeker housing, new legal guidance states
  2235. Analysis: Chagos ruling shows Britain won’t hang on to its 14 colonial leftovers forever
  2236. Robin Mcalpine: Wish the new BBC channel well – and remember always to be for things, not against them
  2237. ‘So why haven’t you killed yourself?’: One person’s journey through the benefits system Part 2 of 3
  2238. Motherwell: Struggling to escape the past, cut to the bone in the present
  2239. Rachel Goldie: Town centres could help older people get up to speed with the digital age together
  2240. Aberdeenshire urged to drop waste incinerator
  2241. WATCH: What can be done to revive Dumfries town centre?
  2242. Duncan Vs. Reality
  2243. The myth makers of Westminster
  2244. Craig Dalzell: What could a common weal town look like?
  2245. Does the Scottish Government have the power to help WASPI women?
  2246. ‘Slave economy’? CommonSpace investigation finds employment figures ‘skew’ reality of modern work
  2247. Scotland’s waste dump failure ‘could give England £100m’
  2248. ‘It’s only a ghost town when you look up’: How Dumfries town centre could thrive through re-population
  2249. The National publishes the McCrone Report
  2250. Remember: if the UK and EU can’t reach agreement on the length or purpose of an extension, No Deal next month remains the default outcome, regardless of how parliament votes
  2251. Feisty Productions : People Power
  2252. FilmSpace at Glasgow Film Festival: Mother’s Instinct; The Feeling of Being Watched; Tell it to the Bees
  2253. Calls for new body to oversee fairness in Scotland’s social care sector wins Green backing
  2254. Kurdish hunger strike first hand account: 70 days without food and still smiling
  2255. Graham Lebeter: Shared services can help independent high street shops reach the public
  2256. Analysis: May’s gigantic Brexit u-turn exposes her and reveals the real power in the cabinet
  2257. Jenny Marra is a liar
  2258. Suspicious scallop dredging reported in the Sound of Mull
  2259. Not the Nine O’Clock News
  2260. The secretary of state for temper tantrums
  2261. The secretary of the playground
  2262. The Independent Group look increasingly like the Tory B Team
  2263. The flapping plastic bags of Britishness
  2264. Salmon: branded as Scottish but owned abroad
  2265. Every rat for themselves
  2266. A shit argument for Brexit
  2267. Wee Ginger Dugcast, Friday 22 Feb
  2268. If the 35-strong SNP group don’t appear on network TV significantly more often than the Independent Group over the next few months, serious questions will be asked of the broadcasters
  2269. Scottish Government under fire for £715k caged hen firm subsidy
  2270. A disease of British nationalism
  2271. Business as usual
  2272. Question Time faces many questions – Newsnet.scot
  2273. Claim workplace levy is SNP ‘car park tax’ costing £500 per year is Half True
  2274. Prepare to be STAGGERED: new YouGov poll shows the Independent Group have less support in Scotland than anywhere else
  2275. Is a general election getting closer or further away?
  2276. The “longrun implications” of the Independent Group
  2277. Counting With James Kelly MSP
  2278. Scottish ministers can stop nuclear waste dump, say advisers
  2279. The master of detail
  2280. Feisty Productions : The Secret 7
  2281. Tom Watson’s public display of disloyalty is one of the most extraordinary spectacles in recent political history
  2282. Video of dead fox being ripped apart by hounds in Fife prompts outrage
  2283. The not so magnificent seven
  2284. Labour split: is today the day that assures the SNP of continued hegemony in Scotland?
  2285. The tissue-paper tigers
  2286. Scotland’s green watchdog slammed for paying consultant £1,000 a day
  2287. Labour rebels launch new party
  2288. A journey through “Yr Hen Ogledd”, old loyalties and new horizons
  2289. This is what happens when you mess with people’s heads about how the Holyrood voting system works
  2290. The Harvesters
  2291. New Brexit poll analysis shows most people now back remain
  2292. Counting With Scottish Labour
  2293. House of Lords committee says UK arms sales to Yemen are unlawful
  2294. A rose by any other name
  2295. Memo to Andrew Wilson: Brexit is happening right now. Did no-one tell you?
  2296. Fears over fish farm eggs import to Scotland after deadly virus outbreak
  2297. Counting With Jamie Greene
  2298. Nazi sympathiser David Irving giving secret talks in Scotland
  2299. Scots Jewish group demands ban on pro-Israel campaigners at anti-racism protest
  2300. A projection that the SNP will prosper
  2301. Counting With The Scottish Media #2
  2302. Campaigners: tourist tax should fund crack down on short-term lets
  2303. An uncertain future
  2304. The road from the isles
  2305. Nicola Sturgeon’s 3-5 year timescale points to an independence referendum in the near future
  2306. The alarm clock is ringing
  2307. Scot Goes Pop: The Trailer
  2308. The outstanding balance
  2309. Revealed: the suffering faced by Scotland’s farm animals during live transport
  2310. End-Of-The-Road Runner
  2311. Counting with the Scottish media
  2312. BBC Question Time’s definition of balance
  2313. Wee Ginger Dugcast with Anne McLaughlin
  2314. Sturgeon in US: why failure to reach Brexit deal would be catastrophic – Newsnet.scot
  2315. Auntie’s Favourite
  2316. Revealed: The dark-money Brexit ads flooding social media | The Ferret
  2317. Whether we like it or not, the constitutional destinies of Scotland and Northern Ireland are entwined
  2318. We see you
  2319. Mistaking incompetence for sincerity
  2320. Fact check: Claim SNP budget gives tax cut to ministers is Mostly True
  2321. Brexit: Plan, Eh?
  2322. Grouse management: An environmental liability? – Newsnet.scot
  2323. UK neo-Nazis active on website offering bomb-making and chemical weapons training
  2324. Standard Wales Check
  2325. Context in numbers
  2326. Insight: Dundee’s drugs crisis and those left behind
  2327. Feisty Productions : The Aftermath
  2328. Feisty Productions : True Grit
  2329. The crazy you get when opinion becomes fact
  2330. The two pronged approach
  2331. Three good reasons
  2332. Scotland’s been DUPed – Newsnet.scot
  2333. Danes 1 Fox News 0
  2334. Doing walking away
  2335. Ministers accused of ‘skullduggery’ that could harm wildlife sites
  2336. Budgetary constraints
  2337. A tale of two parliaments
  2338. The Wee Ginger Dugcast : with James Dornan
  2339. Beyond the Noise: How Red Clydeside women transformed Scotland
  2340. Long Read: The heroic story of Harry McNish and Shackleton’s Imperial Transantarctic Expedition
  2341. Haggis Surprise – not just for Burns Night
  2342. Voters backed the SNP so they would be given a choice on Scotland’s future *at the time of Brexit* – not 10, 20 or 30 years later
  2343. Budgeting for stupid
  2344. Last minute deal with Greens sees Scottish budget secured
  2345. Analysis: Have the Greens got enough bang for their buck with their #ScotBudget deal?
  2346. Fears over safety of vulnerable people in Dungavel after rise in crime
  2347. Craig Dalzell: Looking past the headlines on Scotland’s export stats reveals hidden truths
  2348. ‘He simply wouldn’t be able to understand’: Grandparents caring for autistic teenager threatened with deportation to Iran
  2349. Robin McAlpine: This is a chance for Holyrood to be better than Westminster – so why isn’t it happening?
  2350. ‘There were no infant Lenins or Trotskys’: Interview with Owen Dudley Edwards on Red Clydeside and its legacy
  2351. Media Rebuttal: Why is there a blackout on John Bolton’s Venezuela oil grab remarks?
  2352. Another unfortunate oversight
  2353. FilmSpace: Vice; Destroyer; The Mule; Isolani
  2354. Interview: Scotland’s referendum experience has provided a template for the Irish Left, says MLA Gerry Carroll
  2355. ‘Ransacked’: Expert slams UK Treasury involvement in asset-stripping RBS customers
  2356. No Second Jobs for MSPs
  2357. Scottish Parliament to review ethics of pension investments
  2358. That EU reply in full
  2359. An innocent misunderstanding
  2360. 5 big ‘rock the boat’ ideas the indy movement could take from Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
  2361. Scotland’s links to Chinese phone firm accused of spying
  2362. WATCH: Interviews with Kurdish Hunger Strikers
  2363. Watch Thou For The Mutant!
  2364. The red white and blue unicorn tattoo
  2365. Holyrood comes together in recognition of the threat posed by loneliness and social isolation
  2366. Exclusive: Bank of England would be ‘complicit in robbery’ if it hands over Venezuelan gold to coup plotters, MP says
  2367. A Pyrrhic Suicide
  2368. Scottish Government confirms support for Our Power employees after ethical energy supplier folds
  2369. Lucky and still here: students struggle to access mental health services
  2370. The UDI that dares not speak its name
  2371. Rich arms firm linked to war crimes gets free business advice
  2372. ‘Alarming’ rise in Glasgow homeless deaths linked to street valium
  2373. The English nationalist elephant in the room
  2374. What happens next
  2375. Sharpen your pencils, readers
  2376. Named: the city streets badly polluted by traffic fumes
  2377. The week in Brexit
  2378. Looking for a “mature” way forward? Start with a pragmatic acceptance that a big increase in Yes support is only possible AFTER a referendum is actually called
  2379. Unchained malady
  2380. Scotland’s shame: the disgraceful behaviour of the Daily Record and David Clegg
  2381. BBC to join flight to Europe – Newsnet.scot
  2382. The Wee Ginger Dugcast : with Mhairi Black
  2383. Former police officer’scomplaint against Scottish Police Authority upheld
  2384. When wishes father fantasies
  2385. A polite request
  2386. Pro-Israel group ‘disassociates’ itself from former BNP member
  2387. The flame of hope burns bright in the storm
  2388. P&O Ferries sail away – Newsnet.scot
  2389. The proud Scot butters nae neeps
  2390. Fact check: Claim UK ignored 1979 Scottish referendum is Mostly False
  2391. A Portugese Laddie
  2392. Today in Brexit
  2393. Nuclear submariners snub the Clyde due to ‘Scottish independence’
  2394. Lost and silenced in the dreamscape
  2395. Feisty Productions : The B word
  2396. Rise in restraint of mental health patients causes concern | The Ferret
  2397. Call made for improved out-of-hours mental health care in prisons
  2398. England’s Brexit logjam and Broken Britain – Newsnet.scot
  2399. Living in a 1970s concept album
  2400. Fife arms firm wines and dines UK ministers | The Ferret
  2401. The temple of doom
  2402. £2m cost of Scotland’s peers sparks call for reforms | The Ferret
  2403. Fascist political group plans to infiltrate community councils | The Ferret
  2404. On the subject of blogging etiquette…
  2405. Chris Cairns is on holiday
  2406. Joyce McMillan’s article calls for the SNP to become a unionist-for-now party and to betray its promise to give the Scottish people a choice on their own future in the event of Brexit. We should have no truck with any of that.
  2407. The National’s Wee Ginger Dugcast : Jan 18
  2408. The Prisoners
  2409. Exposed: Airbnb lobbying to stop laws on lets
  2410. Bewildered Farquharson wonders “do these stupid voters actually LIKE civil wars?” as bombshell YouGov subsample puts the SNP close to 50% of the vote
  2411. Thousands of Glaswegians let off with £1.5m in litter fines
  2412. No, Lady Hermon’s support does not give the government a DUP-proof majority
  2413. The Ice Queen’s sandcastle
  2414. Life moves pretty fast
  2415. Feisty Productions : A majority of contradictions
  2416. Last night increased the chances of a People’s Vote – but it probably increased the chances of No Deal even more
  2417. The great defeat
  2418. Egyptian journalist due in court in Edinburgh | The Ferret
  2419. Is it “inconceivable” for Sarah Smith to report Scottish politics objectively?
  2420. How to make lemonade
  2421. The Great British Pseudocracy
  2422. Trafficked children ‘missing’ from care by Scots councils | The Ferret
  2423. Out of the quagmire
  2424. The Prime Minister is a lying idiot
  2425. Having just destroyed the devolution settlement, Nebulous Theresa makes bizarre claim that it would be unthinkable for Westminster to destroy the devolution settlement
  2426. Westminster moiling in multiple plots – Newsnet.scot
  2427. Scenting blood
  2428. Meanwhile in the Scottish media
  2429. A comment on recent events
  2430. Supermarkets and drinks companies try to block recycling plan | The Ferret
  2431. Have the chances of a very early general election just increased?
  2432. Feisty Productions : Common cause and conventions
  2433. Claim civil servant who led Salmond probe is UK govt controlled is False
  2434. The National’s Wee Ginger Dugcast
  2435. Asylum seekers in Scotland deprived of health care | The Ferret
  2436. Corbyn falls flat – Newsnet.scot
  2437. All change in Moray
  2438. An Atlas of Opportunity, putting Scotland at the centre of the map
  2439. Caught on film: geese being shot and injured on Islay | The Ferret
  2440. Sock washing and constitutional crises
  2441. The mess we’ve made
  2442. Is the end NIGH for Ruth? SHOCK YouGov poll sets SNP on course for LANDSLIDE victory
  2443. More cracks found in Hunterston nuclear power reactors | The Ferret
  2444. YouGov and the mystery of the missing Scottish subsample
  2445. England overwhelmed by 1.5 refugees a day – Newsnet.scot
  2446. Brass neck gleaming
  2447. Serco loses contract to house asylum seekers in Scotland
  2448. The problem with Holyrood
  2449. Arms firm linked to Syria ‘ethnic cleansing’ visited Scots schools 17 times
  2450. Would a snap Holyrood election in 2019 really be such a risk?
  2451. Is England still spiking democracy’s guns? – Newsnet.scot
  2452. Far right group Generation Identity trying to recruit in Scottish universities
  2453. Facing the wrong way
  2454. The year of the making of Scotland
  2455. Named: the ‘dirty dozen’ companies that pollute Scotland | The Ferret
  2456. Revealed: the dirty secrets of the DUP’s ‘dark money’ Brexit donor
  2457. Return of the boat people
  2458. Taking back control
  2459. Gloom-tinted glasses
  2460. Welcome to the year in which Nicola Sturgeon will *probably* renew her demand for a Section 30 order
  2461. The one we’ve waited for
  2462. Revealed: UK’s secret plan to dump 22 nuclear submarines in Scotland
  2463. The broken telescope
  2464. The Homecoming
  2465. A two-way street
  2466. How will Nebulous Theresa answer the Lorraine Mann Question?
  2467. Disruptive Technologies: The Impact on Workers in Scotland
  2468. Fact check: Claim gingerbread men banned at Holyrood is Mostly False
  2469. Merry Christmas, England
  2470. At Home in Scotland
  2471. What happens if a “People’s Vote” is won by Leave?
  2472. Twas the night before
  2473. Bats facing death due to railway bridge repairs | The Ferret
  2474. The stupidest year in history
  2475. Bats facing death due to railway bridge repairs | The Ferret
  2476. Scots prisons to consult on changes to transgender policy | The Ferret
  2477. Satan’s Little Helper
  2478. Call for review over Police Scotland strip searches of women
  2479. The controversial journalist David Leask, and the notes from THAT shady meeting : a factcheck
  2480. 98 days and we are out of the EU with no plan while Corbyn and Tories faff around – Newsnet.scot
  2481. No, Mr Kellner, support for staying in the EU has not “rocketed”
  2482. Breaking up isn’t always hard to do
  2483. Sonny Hallett: Why the crisis in autistic mental health should matter to all of us
  2484. Embarrassment Of The Year
  2485. State-backed Integrity Initiative confirms meeting with Herald journalist for Scotland briefing
  2486. Older people and mental health: Is ‘tackling loneliness’ enough?
  2487. Robin McAlpine: Joy as an act of resistance
  2488. Stupid is as stupid does
  2489. Thank You To All Of Us
  2490. Scott Macdonald: The gauntlet of shame that is life in modern Britain can be overcome
  2491. The alliance of silence
  2492. Angela Haggerty: Why your fear of ‘going crazy’ may mean you’re the most sane person in the world
  2493. Nebulous Theresa has made a U-turn, so it must be Wednesday
  2494. Bluffs and calls
  2495. Is Jeremy Corbyn unwittingly saving us from ourselves by frustrating the push for a “People’s Vote”?
  2496. Podcast: Interview with Darren McGarvey – Men, masculinity and mental health
  2497. Coming through the field
  2498. ‘How do we make the next generation of men better?’: Masculinity and mental health
  2499. Stansted 15 solidarity protest in Glasgow set to mark International Migrants Day
  2500. Doaa Shabbir: Forging communities based on togetherness is the solution to our loneliness epidemic
  2501. Richie Venton: Tory workers’ rights reforms are an admission of guilt, but not repentance
  2502. Fact check: Claim Scots police increased while England and Wales reduced is Half True
  2503. Bill Austin: Why Theresa May really wants a hard Brexit
  2504. The definition of tyranny
  2505. The personal is the political: Activism and mental health
  2506. Feisty Productions : Brexit. Stage left
  2507. Just for the record…
  2508. Independence for England
  2509. Revealed: how Scottish airports lobbied for £300m tax cut | The Ferret
  2510. Do the Tory Brexiteers care more about Brexit than they do about their own careers?
  2511. Scottish charity at centre of ‘propaganda’ row probed by regulator | The Ferret
  2512. The top table
  2513. The unwitting midwives of independence
  2514. Glasgow council probes who knew about refugee eviction plans
  2515. The Supreme Court Judgement and Scotland’s Colonial Status
  2516. The Handmaiden’s Tale
  2517. Chortle. John McDonnell wants us to believe that the SNP are only calling for a no confidence vote because they don’t want a general election.
  2518. The man from tomorrow
  2519. Return Of The Magic Abacus
  2520. NATION NORWAY discussion points
  2521. May wins the vote, but loses the narrative
  2522. Now is the time – but has anyone told Tory MPs?
  2523. Anger over licences to kill 4,000 ravens | The Ferret
  2524. Not out
  2525. That’s a fine forfochten fanklefyke the Tories have got us into
  2526. Yes, Virginia, a two-year polling high for Yes was worth reporting
  2527. Knowing our place
  2528. Exhaust fumes blamed for killing mountain wildlife | The Ferret
  2529. A bit of a corbyn
  2530. Feisty Productions : Motherland
  2531. Fish that eat lice off farmed salmon suffer, says report | The Ferret
  2532. Return Of The Terror
  2533. Crisis deepens for Tyrannical Theresa as bombshell Panelbase poll shows support for independence at a two-year high
  2534. The Bumper Book of British Brexit
  2535. MSP pensions invested in iPhone firm with mass suicides | The Ferret
  2536. Is Eyemouth facing a Brexit employment tsumani? – Newsnet.scot
  2537. Wondrous SNP wangle wizard win in windy Wester Ross
  2538. The Stoned Roses
  2539. Trapped between vampires and a flapping plastic bag
  2540. Anger over delays to information rights for housing association tenants
  2541. Congratulations to the Independent for the silliest, most misleading headline about polling since…well, since the last one
  2542. The fart of the deal
  2543. Torture victims kept at Dungavel despite mental health concerns | The Ferret
  2544. The Great British Bin Fire
  2545. The internationalist brigade
  2546. Fact check: Theresa May’s Brexit agreement letter | The Ferret
  2547. Why a no deal Brexit may still be more likely than a “People’s Vote”
  2548. In England’s Dreaming
  2549. An excellent question
  2550. Brexit Bingo, the Irish Question and the Brexit dodo – Newsnet.scot
  2551. Three strikes but she’s not out, yet.
  2552. Published: film of seabed ‘pulverised’ by scallop dredging | The Ferret
  2553. In different times
  2554. Is a new route-map to independence starting to take shape?
  2555. The myth of the Union
  2556. Taking the strain
  2557. Feisty Productions : What’s my line?
  2558. Revealed: Glasgow council managers knew about plans to evict refugees | The Ferret
  2559. Ministers ‘pandering’ to farmers on beaver shooting | The Ferret
  2560. How the dice could be loaded in favour of Brexit in a “People’s Vote”
  2561. Articles without faith
  2562. All show, no game
  2563. Gordon Morgan: We need solutions, not scaremongering, on Scotland’s green energy transition
  2564. Beyond the Noise: Dark money, Brexit and ruling class strategy
  2565. Telling Theresa the time
  2566. Patrick Phillips: The relationship between citizen and state has to change at local level
  2567. In photos: migrants finding refuge in Sarajevo | The Ferret
  2568. Quick context check
  2569. Indyref2
  2570. Thick skin in a leather factory
  2571. ‘Radical’ plans to reform Glasgow’s transport system unveiled
  2572. TIE announce teachers panel to oversee new charity’s school resources and services
  2573. ‘A failed experiment´: Councillor says PPP’s have to end as Council reaches settlement over Edinburgh schools scandal
  2574. Analysis: The turgid Brexit Fisheries debate lets down Scotland’s coastal communities
  2575. Think tank under fire for tobacco and oil ‘propaganda’ in schools | The Ferret
  2576. Something smells fishy
  2577. Robin McAlpine: Autonomy movements in Africa and Europe have more in common than we’re told
  2578. Stirring it up – Newsnet.scot
  2579. 3 Scottish councils could save over £1 billion by refinancing ‘Lobo’ loans, research finds
  2580. ‘We want to see a fightback’: Protests greet Edinburgh Universal Credit roll-out
  2581. FilmSpace: Shoplifters; Robin Hood; The Girl in the Spider’s Web
  2582. WATCH: Homelessness On The Rise – How Do we Eradicate it?
  2583. Braveheart or something
  2584. Sturgeon backs Kinning Park Complex as community centre starts crowdfunder to secure future
  2585. If Ruth Davidson, David Mundell and Theresa May “hate” the Common Fisheries Policy, why did they all vote Remain?
  2586. Minister spars with Labour over best means of undoing Tory welfare reforms following UN poverty report
  2587. BBC urged First Minister to change her mind on Steve Bannon, emails reveal | The Ferret
  2588. Theresa’s listening exercise
  2589. MSPs demand tougher regulation for fish farming | The Ferret
  2590. Sky News are hellbent on undermining Scottish democracy – they must be challenged, and stopped
  2591. Leading SNP MP under fire for UAE visit | The Ferret
  2592. Fact check: claim student debt has doubled in Scotland is True
  2593. Feisty Productions : Bravery not Bravado
  2594. The fall and fall of sterling speaks volumes for the loss Britain’s influence in a changing world – Newsnet.scot
  2595. Pretending to be stupid
  2596. A Scottish reply to Theresa’s letter
  2597. YouGov poll suggests that Scotland is even more opposed to May’s Brexit deal than the rest of the UK
  2598. Elderly Scots face Christmas care chaos as private provider nears collapse | The Ferret
  2599. Revealed: Edinburgh’s 466 breaches of homeless B&B law | The Ferret
  2600. Ireland’s superpower is independence
  2601. If you can’t hold on, hold on
  2602. Helping out Murdo
  2603. Putting a second indyref on pause for the last eighteen months may yet prove to have been beneficial, but only if that pause ends soon
  2604. A surprising convert
  2605. David Mundell hasn’t resigned yet
  2606. Cracks delay plans to restart Hunterston reactors | The Ferret
  2607. A different kind of beat
  2608. Here’s why the Scotland in Union propaganda poll should not be included in any list of independence polls
  2609. Will tactical voting in the next general election be anti-SNP, anti-Tory, or both?
  2610. Hypocrisy, thy name is North Briton
  2611. Spycops: judge rejects claim for undercover police inquiry in Scotland
  2612. Britain really is this stupid
  2613. Closure urged after 350 cracks found in nuclear reactor | The Ferret
  2614. Kelp harvesting ban backed by Scottish Government | The Ferret
  2615. Scotland in Union’s “yawns” turn into blind panic as its OWN POLL backfires spectacularly: half of Scots want to leave the UK if there’s a no-deal Brexit, and a clear majority want a second indyref before 2026
  2616. The final death of the Spanish veto myth
  2617. The dust of the sawdust
  2618. Yemen: hundreds of alleged war crimes but only 79 investigations
  2619. May: pleasing nobody but soldiering on – Newsnet.scot
  2620. Conservatives in Scotland and Poverty in the UK
  2621. Prison suicides prompt call for fewer sentences to save lives
  2622. The staunch defenders
  2623. Waiting for the penny to drop
  2624. Any indyref strategy that could leave us powerless to act until 2026 is a strategy that should be rejected
  2625. Revealed: 505 nuclear safety incidents at Faslane
  2626. The Daily Mail should be careful what it wishes for
  2627. This is the state we’re still in
  2628. The armchair terrorists
  2629. Labour for Indy?
  2630. Unionist Blackjack
  2631. The threatened member
  2632. What’s in the ayeMail Indy kits? – Newsnet.scot
  2633. Rare GB-wide Panelbase poll has Labour and the Tories locked together at 40% apiece
  2634. Palpably pleasing Panelbase poll puts support for independence at eighteen month high
  2635. Acknowledging Scotland’s existence
  2636. The question begged
  2637. Destitute refugee family win right to rebuild their lives
  2638. New BOMBSHELL Scottish poll suggests Ruth Davidson could face ANGUISH in snap election
  2639. A very big deal
  2640. Theresa May’s Crack Team
  2641. Serving the nations
  2642. Searching for answers: Scots struggling to access records on their lives in care
  2643. We’re about to see the difference between a real political party (the DUP) and a branch office (the Scottish Tories)
  2644. Brexit impact: warning of more risks from infectious diseases
  2645. The whistleblower
  2646. Journey to Yes #22 : Clive Ponting
  2647. Journey to Yes #22
  2648. Stopping the spreading rash of Union flegs
  2649. Brexit impact: child protection fears over EU information sharing
  2650. When Will the War Be By? – Newsnet.scot
  2651. A draft constitution for the Scottish state
  2652. Is this really how we should present the end of WW1 and get the number of British Imperial deaths wrong? – Newsnet.scot
  2653. When they think we’re not listening
  2654. Brexit impact: university research ‘will take decade to recover’
  2655. Sold out going in, sold out going out
  2656. The worst-laid plans
  2657. Bottom of the remedial class
  2658. Scots laird asked to help save ancestor’s ‘evil’ slave castle
  2659. Feisty Productions : The Infamous Grouse
  2660. NATION 3 Norway – The Twin Nation
  2661. Inequality worse in Scotland since devolution, says study
  2662. The news that could be
  2663. The only poll that matters
  2664. The seven-year itch
  2665. Autistic people denied mental health services, says report
  2666. Wildlife widely damaged by fish farm pesticides, says Sepa
  2667. That Survation poll: a brief autopsy
  2668. A quick morality check
  2669. What we could be
  2670. Unionist chuntering heard all the way from Chichester after chipper Channel 4 poll gives massive boost to independence
  2671. Norway: The Twin Nation
  2672. NATION Norway – the twin nation
  2673. Call to review domestic murders to help prevent further deaths
  2674. If no one is going to save you, you have to save yourself
  2675. New podcast
  2676. The sleepy watchmen
  2677. Ministry of Defence rapped for five nuclear safety breaches
  2678. Glasgow council paid less than £35,000 by film companies
  2679. The treasonous plot
  2680. It’s the same old songs
  2681. If a so-called People’s Vote actually happened, what would be the consequences for independence?
  2682. There is no such thing as…
  2683. La trêve hivernale: As France eviction ‘truce’ begins, Living Rent call for a Scottish Winter Break
  2684. Edinburgh Council requests review of rent cap legislation after report finds its not fit for purpose
  2685. Robin McAlpine: Why my worries about democracy don’t start in Brazil
  2686. Analysis: Why a ‘tax divide’ is unlikely to see Scotland lose money
  2687. Bill Ramsay: Join us this Sunday to plan for a Scotland without Trident
  2688. Review promised on Scottish homeless death statistics
  2689. Feisty Productions : Ghosties,ghoulies and whigmaleeries
  2690. Ifs and buts and maybes
  2691. Analysis: Why climate activists have to take politics as seriously as science to win
  2692. VIDEO: Thousands take to the streets in Brazil
  2693. As public consultation on #SNIB draws to a close, campaigners advocate fossil-free economy
  2694. Analysis: Pete Wishart is right – the danger of a #PeoplesVote to Scottish democracy is real
  2695. Scottish Labour distance themselves from John McDonnell on tax cuts for higher earners
  2696. Podcast: How would community level democracy work?
  2697. Development Councils – A Proposal For A New System Of Local Democracy In Scotland
  2698. VIDEO: MI5 can’t save us from the far right
  2699. Rising financial emergency in Scottish households as Universal Credit continues roll-out
  2700. Scottish Govt must demonstrate leadership after shocking global wildlife report, say WWF Scotland
  2701. Revealed: Saudi pilots trained by the RAF in Wales
  2702. David Carr: This is not a drill – Scotland’s oil must stay in the ground
  2703. Analysis: Make the Tories suffer for the mismatch between rhetoric and reality on ending austerity
  2704. #Budget2018 reaction: Richard Murphy, Craig Dalzell, Poverty Alliance, Inclusion Scotland + more
  2705. EIS confident of an ‘overwhelming rejection’ of final pay offer by members
  2706. You don’t stamp out anti-semitism by stamping all over the innocent
  2707. Now featuring Scotland
  2708. Stronger than fear (part 2)
  2709. University blamed for housing crisis had 131 student vacancies
  2710. Fife arms firm boss fails to boycott Saudi summit over journalist murder
  2711. Are online polls superior to telephone polls?
  2712. Buttons up the back
  2713. Another disaster for Scotland
  2714. Another crushing defeat
  2715. Mass killing of geese on Islay must cease, say scientists
  2716. Broken Brexit: fragmented, fractious and farcical – Newsnet.scot
  2717. The apex of the U
  2718. SNP with 12-point Holyrood lead in new Survation poll
  2719. A hero arrives
  2720. Gremlins in the machine
  2721. Exactly what it says on the tin
  2722. SNP vote holds up in agonisingly close Coatbridge South by-election
  2723. In Coatbridge South? Don’t forget to vote before 10pm
  2724. Feisty Productions : Equality and elites
  2725. The rank outsider
  2726. When words fail
  2727. Celebrity hunter posts killed animals on social media after Scottish trip
  2728. Anti-fascists to protest outside Steve Bannon event
  2729. The Last Days Of Pompeii
  2730. Saudi Arabia trade plan dropped by Scottish Government after killing of journalist
  2731. Just enough rope
  2732. A better way
  2733. We must just be idiots
  2734. MSPs urge Pakistan PM to lift ban on human rights activist
  2735. The unwelcoming committee
  2736. You know how it works by now
  2737. The rules where you are
  2738. Trump and big name polluters damned as ‘poor’ by government watchdog
  2739. Sturgeon pulls out of event after BBC invites Trump guru Steve Bannon
  2740. Friends like ours
  2741. Why do we allow the Holyrood balance of power to be affected by the choice of Presiding Officer?
  2742. Kicking the can down the road
  2743. The recycling plant
  2744. Not totally wired
  2745. One more time with feeling
  2746. A rapid improvement
  2747. Feisty Productions : The art of thrawn
  2748. Misery demands company
  2749. Call for trafficking victims to be protected from ‘hostile’ immigration policies
  2750. We know this one
  2751. No laughing matter… maybe
  2752. This is it
  2753. Scotland’s former police chief sanctioned spycop who duped women into sex
  2754. This is It
  2755. Hard Brexit threat to Scotland’s ferries
  2756. Moving to Yes
  2757. Sauce for the goose
  2758. Fact check: Claim you can get cocaine faster than pizza in Glasgow is Half True
  2759. The good, the bad and the other one
  2760. Correcting the corrections
  2761. The Man With No Brains
  2762. Feisty Productions : Senator Neale Richmond interview
  2763. Feisty Productions : Respect yourself
  2764. SIC letter to the independence movement
  2765. Going Forward
  2766. Claim Richard Leonard supported the Leave campaign in Brexit vote is False
  2767. Keep siblings together: Call for law to stop separation of brothers and sisters in care
  2768. If the SNP end up using the 2021 election to seek a constitutional mandate, it must be an outright mandate for independence, not another mandate for a referendum
  2769. The end of everything
  2770. Stronger than fear
  2771. Survation telephone poll reveals astonishing recovery in support for independence since last June
  2772. A One-Off Event?
  2773. Survation sensation as new poll puts SNP on course for OVERALL MAJORITY in the Scottish Parliament
  2774. The challenger responds
  2775. ‘Appalling’ new figures reveal almost two people a week die while homeless
  2776. The definition of insanity
  2777. The Unofficial Idiot World Championships
  2778. New Fungus discovered in Broonland – Newsnet.scot
  2779. Clap along if you feel like you’re in a land with unlimited potential
  2780. The Slide
  2781. Tory MPs back #CaymanIslands tax haven after £18,000 trip
  2782. Stupefying Survation survey suggests Scotland will vote Yes to independence if there’s a No Deal Brexit
  2783. Grapes are the sourest fruit
  2784. Ship of fools
  2785. Growth Commission: National Yes Registry officially recognised for grassroots engagement – Newsnet.scot
  2786. Growth Commission Consultation, Gathering #2
  2787. US arms firm @Raytheon linked to war crimes taught in schools 81 times
  2788. The Ungrateful Nation
  2789. The Tories, still not giving a toss
  2790. Feisty Productions : It’s a legal matter
  2791. The fine art of self-delusion
  2792. Anatomy Of A Thicko
  2793. Claim Scotland spends 10 times more per person on social housing than England is Half True
  2794. Iceland: land of ice, fire and confidence – Newsnet.scot
  2795. Half the news fit to print
  2796. What Ruth Davidson really wants
  2797. Britain is now a prison – the SNP must set out its escape plan
  2798. The dangerous hypocrisy of the Conservatives
  2799. Historic Environment Scotland has shot cannonballs through both feet – Newsnet.scot
  2800. Edinburgh Indy march organiser: SNP must provide ‘clear answer’ on #indyref2 strategy
  2801. #ClimateWeek: Is Scotland still an international leader in tackling climate change?
  2802. Video: Report shows UK welfare cuts leave thousands across Scotland at risk of poverty
  2803. Experts: New report shows Scottish Govt swamped by “tragedy”of Tory welfare reforms
  2804. Nicola Sturgeon announces government consultation on tourist tax
  2805. Report shows UK welfare cuts leave thousands across Scotland at risk of poverty
  2806. FilmSpace: A Star is Born
  2807. Fish farm censured after film exposed lice-ridden salmon
  2808. One tired eyebrow
  2809. Cutting your losses
  2810. The Festival of Exit Britain
  2811. The So Solid Crew
  2812. History lessons and Scottish school visits from arms dealers
  2813. My resignation from the Labour Party
  2814. The Cheshire cat of politics
  2815. ‘I can be forthright’, says Fergus Ewing
  2816. Against all the odds
  2817. For the bendy, not the few
  2818. Brexit: Out means Out – Newsnet.scot
  2819. What currency should an Independent Scotland aim for? – Newsnet.scot
  2820. Scotland’s oil and gas sales up 18.2% – Newsnet.scot
  2821. Brexit and Scotland – Newsnet.scot
  2822. Mitigate with Mogg: The Hard Brexit Survivor Guide – Newsnet.scot
  2823. Brexit: UK politics in a maelstrom of indecision – Newsnet.scot
  2824. Ashley Graczyk’s journey to YES – Newsnet.scot
  2825. GERS: a silly season fixture? – Newsnet.scot
  2826. Newsnet has moved – Newsnet.scot
  2827. Europe today offers safety to its citizens but beware the Putin/Trump agenda – Newsnet.scot
  2828. Not keeping calm and carrying on
  2829. Beyond the Noise: Scottish Labour after Liverpool – from bad to worse?
  2830. Ineos facing prosecution over gas flaring breach at Grangemouth
  2831. Learning to speak Kezia
  2832. As Brazil gets ready to go to the polls, Trumpian politics is on the rise
  2833. BookSpace: A Scottish Journey; For Every One; Resistance; The Way of All Flesh; Kerb Stain Boys
  2834. Before the truth has its boots on
  2835. Oh Jeremy Corbyn
  2836. Saying what really matters
  2837. NATION 2 Iceland – the extreme nation
  2838. Feisty Productions : Decisions decisions
  2839. ‘A sea change’: Campaigners welcome news that @ScotGov won’t use private sector in disability benefits assessments
  2840. Ban driven grouse-shooting, Green MSP argues after Visit Scotland remove ‘devastated’ Cairngorms photo
  2841. NUJ reaffirms commitment to gender equality following controversy over ‘misogynistic’ Herald article
  2842. FilmSpace: The House with a Clock in its Walls; Mile 22; The Little Stranger
  2843. Quick perspective check
  2844. Robin McAlpine: Can Scottish Labour be led by a man whose heart isn’t in Holyrood?
  2845. Named: councils that have let thousands of litter louts go scot free
  2846. Analysis: On Scottish independence, Labour will find no solutions by going backwards
  2847. Analysis: Class Politics Vs Constitutional Politics?
  2848. Corbyn challenges May to achieve ‘jobs’ and ‘rights’ Brexit or stand aside
  2849. Breaking the glass of the fishbowl
  2850. Fergus Murray: Why ‘nothing about us without us’ should be an Autism policy principle
  2851. Exclusive: Campaigners call on Scottish Govt to release legal advice on testing
  2852. Analysis: Leonard, Corbyn and the two souls of Labour socialism
  2853. Fergus Ewing faced ‘at least one’ bullying complaint
  2854. Young people with autism ‘failed’ by Scottish school system
  2855. Police Scotland amends counter terrorism plan after fracking fracas
  2856. Geese and ganders
  2857. Trying kill us but not with kindness
  2858. Time for the stars to shine
  2859. Where’s Richey?
  2860. Town and gown relations @univofstandrews at ‘all-time low’ over housing crisis
  2861. Corbyn’s day of infamy as Labour become the party of colonialism
  2862. Labour rips up the Claim of Right
  2863. Far-right Scots vlogger named in report on YouTube extremist networks
  2864. Lord Of The Fruit Flies
  2865. Your all-important YouGov subsample update
  2866. The principles of opposition
  2867. The gravity of theory
  2868. Podcast: Why the international anti-nuclear weapons movement has come to Scotland
  2869. When they try to silence us it means we’re winning
  2870. Theresa May’s Masterplan
  2871. Scotland’s Brexit deal revealed!
  2872. Beyond the Noise: Labour conference and the party’s troubles in Scotland
  2873. Interview: Laurie Macfarlane explains what we need to build a post-neoliberal economy
  2874. Fury as leaked correspondence of Spanish judges refers to pro-independence Catalans as ‘rapists’ and ‘Nazis’
  2875. Unprecedented strike action planned as hospitality workers walk out for £10 an hour
  2876. The King Of Opposite World
  2877. Feisty Productions : The V&Tay
  2878. Robin McAlpine: Ignore ‘origin stories’ – political debate deserves better
  2879. Analysis: 3 internal battles Labour will face at its party conference
  2880. Sturgeon to quiz Police Scotland over branding fracking critics as “extremists”
  2881. The monstering
  2882. “NO”: how Thatcher refused to help Mandela’s ANC
  2883. Our Democracy Is Not For Sale
  2884. Cash in, cash out
  2885. Alice Kinghorn Gray: It’s high time citizens were empowered, not ignored
  2886. Adam Ramsay: If we want economic justice we need a democratic revolution
  2887. Analysis: Despite the release of Hanifi Barış, Turkish oppression continues
  2888. As Holyrood votes to scrap P1 testing, campaigners call for ‘progressive education’
  2889. You can’t have a Union Day if there is no Union
  2890. Alex Lockwood: How the story of Chernobyl reveals our mindless attachment to nuclear weapons
  2891. Building Our Common Future: Why the team fight for a better Scotland
  2892. Local democracy being ‘systematically eroded,’ claim campaigners
  2893. Leading fish farm watchdog joins fish farm industry
  2894. Stranger things
  2895. Tory ‘dark money’ donor fined by Electoral Commission
  2896. SIC launches a new cross-movement campaign
  2897. What isn’t a fact
  2898. Depression is not just a personal struggle
  2899. Everybody but you
  2900. Brexit Day blues
  2901. Fracking campaigners are ‘domestic extremists’, say Police Scotland
  2902. Police Scotland under pressure after landmark ruling on unlawful spying
  2903. The dead horse
  2904. Help Edinburgh Yes Hub
  2905. The tin-eared soldier
  2906. The confirmatory referendum
  2907. Dunbar: A Lesson From History
  2908. Scottish Government treated people with autism ‘appallingly’
  2909. Fact check: Claim 8,000 army personnel will be affected by Scottish tax changes is Mostly True
  2910. The Chords Of Damocles
  2911. What’s really important
  2912. The volunteers facing jail for rescuing migrants in the Mediterranean
  2913. Counting the hours
  2914. The battle of Braveheart
  2915. 11 September, La Diada, Catalonia’s national day
  2916. Counting With Cretins
  2917. Scots pension funds linked to Yemen bus atrocity
  2918. Tony Perridge: Austerity economics is lunacy – independence with a sovereign currency can offer an escape route
  2919. Analysis: John McDonnell’s Ownership Fund, The Meidner Plan and the gradual transition to socialism
  2920. SSPCA under fire over lice-infested salmon filmed at fish farm
  2921. Stop the War Coalition condemns Trump’s ‘belligerent foreign policy’ following revelations of secret talks to aid regime change in Venezuela
  2922. 10 years since the crash: Where did banking go wrong, and how do we fix it?
  2923. SNP councillor at National Assembly: Members ‘overwhelmingly opposed’ to sterlingisation
  2924. Public Energy Company – Common Weal Consultation Response
  2925. Breaking the Bankruptocracy: CommonSpace special week of coverage 10 years after the Crash
  2926. FilmSpace: American Animals
  2927. More offensive than a Boris Johnson opinion piece
  2928. Alarm over toxic pesticide sprayed on Scotland’s woodlands
  2929. Fergus Ewing should stop Michael Russell on pesticides, says leaked email
  2930. The Sunday National front page
  2931. New YouGov subsample offers reassurance for SNP
  2932. There is no cheat mode
  2933. Stakeholder engagement
  2934. Data in depth
  2935. The Great British kakistocracy
  2936. Beyond the Noise with David Jamieson: How to tackle Sturgeon’s strategic problems
  2937. Richie Venton: Why a guaranteed 16 hour minimum working week is a demand worth fighting for
  2938. Out of the frying pan into the fire
  2939. Revealed: the hidden storage costs faced by Scotland’s homeless
  2940. Scotland set to be the first part of UK to ban smacking of children, as Greens publish Bill
  2941. For process, read rights
  2942. Horror show for Labour in Fife by-election
  2943. The National’s new advert
  2944. Demonstration against private developers in Loch Lomond aims to rally support for public ownership
  2945. Peter Ryan: Brexit threatens data protection – here’s the changes we need to make to protect democracy
  2946. New mental health strategy must tackle root causes and be tied to reducing economic inequality, experts argue
  2947. ‘The more you try to silence us, the louder we will say it’: Palestine activists in Scotland determined to fight on
  2948. The Borders Railway Disaster
  2949. Sometimes being ruthless just means losing Ruth
  2950. No more business as usual
  2951. Getting no satisfaction
  2952. Liam Fox spends tens of millions on firms warning of Brexit dangers
  2953. Union wants pension funds clean-up over links to Trump migrant camps
  2954. Dickie’s Taffy Puddings
  2955. The case for an early independence referendum has already been made – it can’t and mustn’t depend on transitory opinion poll results
  2956. Sick salmon at Scottish fish farm revealed on film
  2957. 52 and rising
  2958. Pies Of The Day
  2959. The scissored isles
  2960. Deltapoll delirium as new survey finds Scotland split down the middle on independence
  2961. First Scottish subsample since the Alex Salmond story broke has the SNP still in the lead
  2962. The Filth
  2963. The Phantom Power Broadcasting Corporation
  2964. The Old Billy Boys Club
  2965. A new landscape
  2966. Wrestling in the mudhole
  2967. Journey to Yes #21
  2968. The Thomas Muir Lecture 2018 with Gerda Stevenson
  2969. On the subject of faith, wealth, and personal choice
  2970. Beyond the Noise with David Jamieson – Goodbye Sunday Herald: The crisis of the media
  2971. The rush to judgement
  2972. Feisty Productions : Haud yir wheesht
  2973. Anthony Fletcher: How the Daily Record lied about me – and didn’t get away with it
  2974. Lynn Henderson: Why Westminster can learn from Scotland in creating a more democratic, consensual politics
  2975. Maybot Dance Craze
  2976. Scientists: State-led planning, not markets, is the only hope for preventing a planetary climate catastrophe
  2977. Beyond Wonga: Economists call for changes to British finance as payday lender hits buffers
  2978. SCOTIA – Edinburgh Festival Post-Mortem
  2979. Robin McAlpine: The Sunday Herald was once Scotland’s future; the media we have is only its past
  2980. Woodwork squeaks, out come freaks
  2981. Lives on hold: meet the people existing in Edinburgh’s homeless hostels
  2982. Family accused of providing ‘substandard’ homeless accommodation paid £15m
  2983. Alex Salmond resigns from the SNP to avoid dividing the party
  2984. ‘No risk’ Asylum seekers shackled for up to 17 hours during Home Office removal operations
  2985. Alex Salmond resigns from SNP
  2986. ‘No risk’ Asylum seekers shackled for up to 17 hours during Home Office removal operations
  2987. Claim that SNP built more social rent homes than Labour Mostly True
  2988. Rebuttal: The story the media missed on ex-chief rabbi Sacks
  2989. Analysis: History has humiliated May over ‘terrorist’ Mandela – supporters of apartheid Israel will be next
  2990. Hilary Long: John Swinney should do the right thing for Scotland’s children – scrap the tests
  2991. Labour MSP Daniel Johnson’s response over links to racist comic book sales ‘not good enough’
  2992. Another policy change
  2993. Salmon firms bid to block diseased fish photos
  2994. Swinney announces changes to Standardised Testing, but teachers’ union and campaigners remain unconvinced
  2995. Campaigners warn of Growth Commission UK aid trap as May pursues new ‘unashamed’ aid strategy in Africa
  2996. The National Enquirers
  2997. Ex-CIA spy Valerie Plame speaks to CommonSpace
  2998. A sad, sad robot all alone
  2999. That was then and this is now
  3000. The eternal mystery
  3001. Call to shut down oil industry to combat climate change | The Ferret
  3002. The curse of life
  3003. An uncommon act
  3004. The bridge over troubled waters
  3005. Absolute Riddy Of The Day (25-08-18)
  3006. Will the SNP take an electoral hit from the Daily Record’s cynical reporting of the allegations against Alex Salmond?
  3007. The stamp of authority
  3008. A time of crisis is a time of opportunity
  3009. The worst apology in the world
  3010. Iceland: a nation living with an unpredictable environment – Newsnet.scot
  3011. Dear Murray
  3012. Arms sales to Yemen slammed as report claims war crimes cover-up | The Ferret
  3013. Some observations on Thursday night’s events
  3014. A GERSmas carol
  3015. Absolute Riddy Of The Day
  3016. Brexit update from Michael Russell – Newsnet.scot
  3017. The National launches a Sunday edition
  3018. When they care who you are
  3019. The six key facts about GERS (2018)
  3020. Scots pension fund sells shares in controversial Israeli bank | The Ferret
  3021. The Scottish version of Groundhog Day
  3022. Off The Buses
  3023. Pensions Now and in Independent Scotland – Newsnet.scot
  3024. The shape of futures past
  3025. Counting down the minutes
  3026. Outlaw King – Newsnet.scot
  3027. Don’t call us, Jeremy
  3028. Bid to control hill tracks scarring the highlands | The Ferret
  3029. What actually is a “People’s Vote” anyway?
  3030. The Bloody Wizards
  3031. A tale of two rallies
  3032. The cereal offenders
  3033. How to turn kids into racists
  3034. Dirty cash
  3035. Poop scooping Ross Thomson
  3036. One-nil to justice
  3037. British nationalism’s problem with extremism
  3038. Councils paid £660m for temporary homeless accommodation | The Ferret
  3039. The Helter-Skelter
  3040. Facts are chiels that winna ding
  3041. The real divisions
  3042. The Different Numbers
  3043. Revealed: Boris Johnson’s Afghan trip cost taxpayers £20,000 | The Ferret
  3044. Important message about Newsnet – Newsnet.scot
  3045. Black Snake Mone
  3046. Charities claim refugees facing eviction due to Home Office errors | The Ferret
  3047. What next for Democracy?
  3048. Let’s state the obvious again: waiting until Yes support is at 60% is a recipe for Scotland never becoming an independent country
  3049. Exclusive: Scotland Remain polling data analysed – Newsnet.scot
  3050. Creating some certainty of our own
  3051. To better days
  3052. Highland hare population has dropped dramatically, says study | The Ferret
  3053. The corpse of independence
  3054. Golf plan attacked as ‘stalking horse’ to wreck wildlife sites in Scotland | The Ferret
  3055. Yes, we are a long way from home
  3056. A powder keg waiting to explode – Newsnet.scot
  3057. It is a quiet time for politics
  3058. A CO2 filled box of frogs
  3059. The parapet
  3060. Tory minister rejects MSP request to visit Dungavel detention centre | The Ferret
  3061. Extended play
  3062. Claim that fire service paying VAT was ‘SNP policy’ is Mostly False | The Ferret
  3063. Feisty Productions : Testing times
  3064. John Curtice is wrong: the Yes rank-and-file would not accept the independence referendum being “kicked into the long grass” this autumn
  3065. Plan B in outer space
  3066. Summer cleaning
  3067. Scottish salmon farming expansion must be stopped, say critics | The Ferret
  3068. Independence remains the only viable Brexit parachute
  3069. In conversation: Elif Shafak, Heather McDaid and Nicola Sturgeon – Newsnet.scot
  3070. Named: supermarkets selling salmon from ‘poor’ welfare firms | The Ferret
  3071. Being catapulted to the Moon
  3072. The fire sale
  3073. Revealed: the fish farms worst on animal welfare | The Ferret
  3074. Magnificent men and their lying machines
  3075. Cool Scots
  3076. Stuck in the middle of spew
  3077. Just one more thing
  3078. More than 500 people detained in police cells under immigration law | The Ferret
  3079. Scot Goes Pop Fundraiser 2018: An Update
  3080. Scottish pension funds linked to Donald Trump’s border jails | The Ferret
  3081. A significant debate
  3082. Is something rotten in the state of the BBC? – Newsnet.scot
  3083. The desperate hysteria of British nationalism
  3084. Please disregard our previous message
  3085. Thousands of offences by Scottish fishing industry escape fines | The Ferret
  3086. For the attention of the Director General
  3087. Questions for the BBC on the YouTube controversy
  3088. Second helping or second referendums? – Newsnet.scot
  3089. No rest for Manila’s dead: the front line of the Philippines drug war | The Ferret
  3090. The Chequers shambles brought UKIP back from the dead – and May’s fear of UKIP could increase the chances of a no deal Brexit
  3091. The sounds of the silenced
  3092. Silence will fall
  3093. ‘Serco has picked on the wrong city’: Glasgow protest over plans to evict 300 asylum seekers
  3094. Rebuttal: Contrary to reports, Jordan Peterson’s free speech is not under threat
  3095. Neo-liberal thinktank hit by ‘cash for access’ scandal after undercover sting
  3096. Tie campaign co-founder says Icon Awards should be ‘consigned to history’ following controversy
  3097. Explainer: Why are asylum seekers in Glasgow facing mass eviction and a ‘humanitarian crisis’?
  3098. The propaganda department
  3099. Brexamageddon and Me (and you)
  3100. Vulnerable women at risk in Dungavel detention centre, says report | The Ferret
  3101. Any Blairite breakaway from Labour could be Christmas for the SNP
  3102. Jam today or in 50 years when Brexit might come good – Newsnet.scot
  3103. How I made Britnat trolls work for me
  3104. Not Content with Constant Anti-Scottish Output, the BBC is Extending its Reach to Anti-Scottish Censorship.
  3105. Exclusive: Scottish Labour candidate embroiled in sexism row ditched by party executive 
  3106. Spain paralysed by taxi driver strikes over the spread of Uber and Cabify
  3107. Sarah Glynn: Labour’s anti-Semitism row is a blatant attempt to undermine Corbyn’s leadership and prevent criticism of the Israeli state
  3108. New housing estates fail people by favouring cars, says study | The Ferret
  3109. Exclusive: Glasgow politicians back direct action to prevent ‘crisis’ as 300 asylum seekers face eviction
  3110. The dirty baker’s dozen
  3111. FilmSpace: Mission: Impossible – Fallout
  3112. Rhea Wolfson: I’ve been a victim of anti-Semitism – Labour is doing the right things to stamp it out
  3113. ‘Damning’: New study finds 38 children a day were made homeless in 2017-18
  3114. Big Auntie Is Watching You Update
  3115. Former Tory MP quits ‘dark money’ trust | The Ferret
  3116. Regular context update
  3117. Free speech, except for viewers in Scotland
  3118. When we’re gone
  3119. Operation stockpile
  3120. The state flexes its muscles
  3121. Never his freedom
  3122. Tonight (and every other night until the end of time) Scottish Labour are gonna whinge like it’s Nine-teen-Se-ven-ty-Nine
  3123. ‘We will not be held to ransom’: Tie campaign pull out of Icon Awards over demands that they pay to attend ceremony
  3124. We ‘bloody social workers’ are treated with contempt and need to start sticking up for ourselves
  3125. Great British Nessie farming
  3126. Brexit Inferno: out of the EU frying pan into the WTO fire – Newsnet.scot
  3127. Latest figures suggest Scot Goes Pop is Scotland’s fifth most-read alternative media site
  3128. Feisty Productions : Up the wrang dreel
  3129. This is where we are now
  3130. Fact Check: Sixty per cent of Scots farmers did not vote No, for Brexit and for Tories
  3131. Not down with the sickness
  3132. The exclusion of the SNP from the summaries of poll results is arbitrary, Anglocentric and indefensible
  3133. There Will Be Adequate Food
  3134. Hunger strike by UK businessman in Belarus prison | The Ferret
  3135. But what does journalism matter?
  3136. A collective breath
  3137. Tommy Sheppard on the Union – Newsnet.scot
  3138. Carrot and stick, but mainly stick!
  3139. Call for Westminster probe into Tory ‘dark money’ donations | The Ferret
  3140. This is where you stand
  3141. Biometrics watchdog will lack powers, say critics
  3142. When circumstances change
  3143. Stop the World, Scotland Needs On
  3144. Universal Credit: A Victim Impact Statement
  3145. Scotland lagging behind the rest of the UK on recycling | The Ferret
  3146. Tory ‘dark money’ trust reveals £2.35m assets | The Ferret
  3147. Lobbyist outed as Tory ‘dark money’ trustee sparks call for tighter rules | The Ferret
  3148. Home Office wrong to send asylum seeker back to Ethiopia, rules judge | The Ferret
  3149. University chaplain holds service calling Pride a ‘gross offence to God’
  3150. Shell fined £40,000 for breaching climate pollution rules at Fife plant | The Ferret
  3151. MoD keeps Trident’s official safety assessments secret | The Ferret
  3152. Trump donor firm accused of ‘slave labour’ made £1m profit | The Ferret
  3153. Icelandic whalers condemned over blue whale ‘slaughter’ claims | The Ferret
  3154. Fact check: Claim Scotland produces more oil than Abu Dhabi and Dubai is Mostly False
  3155. Steve Bannon’s European Foundation to fuel spread of rightwing populism – Newsnet.scot
  3156. The end of democracy? Hello plutocracy – Newsnet.scot
  3157. To Russia with Love ends a European tour of Trump farts – Newsnet.scot
  3158. To Russia with Love ends a European tour of Trump farts – Newsnet.scot
  3159. Brexit: The Shapelessness of Things to Come – Newsnet.scot
  3160. Brexit: The Shapelessness of Things to Come – Newsnet.scot
  3161. EU Japan trade deal: Scotland to lose out – Newsnet.scot
  3162. Tories intent on starving us into submission – Newsnet.scot
  3163. High tariffs on food will make for a thin time – Newsnet.scot
  3164. FutureFest: Nicola Sturgeon on how government can shape the future – Newsnet.scot
  3165. Are the Tories gagging democracy? – Newsnet.scot
  3166. Are the Tories gagging democracy? – Newsnet.scot
  3167. Claim of Right debate: Tommy Sheppard’s brilliant speech – Newsnet.scot
  3168. Claim of Right debate: Tommy Sheppard’s brilliant speech – Newsnet.scot
  3169. Stella Wants Her Groove Back
  3170. Our best offer
  3171. News of a world
  3172. The People’s Mess
  3173. Don’t knows and don’t cares
  3174. The bag carrier
  3175. A cordial invitation
  3176. Sliding-out doors
  3177. Back home
  3178. Yes vote stands at 46% in Scot Goes Pop Poll of Polls
  3179. If an outright mandate for independence is sought at a parliamentary election, it should be done at Holyrood 2021, not Westminster 2022
  3180. An independence referendum looks ever more inevitable tonight as Tory rebels FAIL to vote down a hard Brexit
  3181. Heartbreak for the mainstream media as “Operation Hush-up” fails – Survation poll reveals widespread public awareness of the power-grab
  3182. More about that sensational Survation poll
  3183. Spectacular Survation poll suggests SNP are on course for landslide
  3184. Drama as Survation poll shows support for independence INCREASING – and almost half of Scots DEMAND that Nicola Sturgeon should call a referendum
  3185. The Brexit delusion over who calls the shots
  3186. Thoughts on the Plaid Cymru leadership election
  3187. Pressure mounts on Theresa May to pass a Section 30 order after UK House of Commons UNANIMOUSLY votes to accept the sovereignty of the Scottish people
  3188. Border checks at Gretna Green? We’re totally cool with that, say majority of Scots in new SHOCK poll
  3189. Bend It Like Blackford
  3190. Panelbase poll suggests the prize of staying within the EU will boost Yes support
  3191. Anguish for mystery man Leonard as Scottish Labour slump to THIRD in new Panelbase poll
  3192. The momentum is now unstoppable as the previously unionist Mail on Sunday demands…THE BREAK-UP OF THE UNITED KINGDOM
  3193. To save you some time
  3194. Absent Without Leave
  3195. Feisty Productions : Bees make honey
  3196. It’s all gone a bit rossthomson
  3197. Fundraiser update
  3198. Meaningful consequences
  3199. Impotent imperialists and the pursuit of the impossible
  3200. Feisty Productions : A state of chassis
  3201. The imodium to Trump’s logorrhea
  3202. Tossing the Trump
  3203. Colette Walker: What has to change to get more women into politics
  3204. SNP reveals details of National Assemblies to discuss Growth Commission with grassroots, but questions over engagement remain
  3205. Wee Ginger fundraiser
  3206. Anti-war activists hit back at Trump’s threats to NATO members over military spending
  3207. The baby has landed
  3208. NUS Scotland president condemns police attempts to gather information about student anti-Trump activists
  3209. Migrant rights advocates brand partial hostile environment suspension a ‘PR exercise’
  3210. ‘A great achievement’: Campaigners welcome defence of the right to self-determination from Sturgeon & Catalan President Quim Torra
  3211. Robin McAlpine: Four lessons the independence movement should learn from the Brexit fiasco
  3212. 10 reasons you should join a protest against Trump and all he stands for
  3213. Growing movement of Scots expected to oppose politics of Trump during president’s visit
  3214. Putting the radical-right ‘back in their box’: How do we defeat Europe’s growing populist movement?
  3215. ‘Clara, we are with you’: Catalan President voices support for Clara Ponsati ahead of meeting with Sturgeon
  3216. Irish Parliament Upper House becomes first in EU to pass motion banning Israeli settlement goods
  3217. UK Parliament say addition of St George’s Cross to Big Ben not a snub to other UK nations
  3218. SCOTIA 2
  3219. Susan Rae: It’s wrong to link football results to domestic abuse – abusers will abuse whether England win or lose
  3220. NATION 2 Iceland – the extreme nation
  3221. Wee Ginger T-shirts
  3222. A string of aubergine emojis
  3223. Coming next door to home
  3224. Theresa’s Brexit fudge makes independence sweeter
  3225. SCOTIA with Michael Gray and Robert Somynne
  3226. Migrant Voice Photography Exhibition
  3227. Promo for New Live Show with Robert Somynne and Michael Gray
  3228. The Scottish Independence Foundation – The Proclaimers
  3229. NATION 1 Faroe Islands – the connected nation
  3230. MARCH FOR SCOTLAND
  3231. SHADOW DEMOCRACY
  3232. THE GREAT BRITISH POWERGRAB
  3233. The Brexit Threat to Scottish Whisky
  3234. THE BREXIT LEAK anatomy of an economic disaster
  3235. Journey to Yes #20
  3236. JOURNEY TO YES #19
  3237. CASTRO ON CATALONIA
  3238. POWER GRAB
  3239. POWER GRAB – PROPHECY
  3240. Have we reached peak SNP? Don’t count on it | Lesley Riddoch
  3241. May and Sturgeon are battling for Scotland’s future. Who will blink first? | Lesley Riddoch
  3242. May’s speech shows how little Scotland means in her dangerous game of Brexit | Lesley Riddoch
  3243. Nicola Sturgeon needs to keep Scotland in the EU. But how? | Lesley Riddoch
  3244. Nicola Sturgeon has good reasons for wanting Britain to stay in the EU | Lesley Riddoch
  3245. Nemo meam tabletam impune lacessit
  3246. We are the people, and we can say yes
  3247. Ca Canny
  3248. Dark money and double standards
  3249. Broontervening for beginners
  3250. No Need For Nato
  3251. STUC youth conference: There is no case for young workers to be paid less than older colleagues
  3252. The Holyrood Shuffle
  3253. Malcolm Fraser: The Mackintosh inferno and the questions it begs
  3254. The Unsubtle Art of Non-Verbal Communication
  3255. The shitty shreds of May
  3256. ‘People power works’: Peace campaigners welcome Glasgow council announcement of no more arms fairs
  3257. Colette Walker: A new approach to public infrastructure? Start by making buildings accessible
  3258. Revealed: Aberdeen University accused of ‘racial bias’ in staff restructuring process
  3259. Glasgow Arms Fair
  3260. Podcast: Catalonia Reborn, with co-author Chris Bambery
  3261. Scottish Government’s Bill on fuel poverty is a ‘missed opportunity’, energy poverty expert says
  3262. Family ends citizenship hunger strike in Glasgow after Home Office U-turn
  3263. Holyrood marks third anniversary of the TIE campaign with rainbow ties in the chamber and a commitment to inclusive education
  3264. Robin McAlpine: Europe’s autonomy movements represent islands of optimism in a sea of democratic decay
  3265. ‘It has got to the point where there is no other way out’: Kurdish-Iraqi family on hunger strike in Glasgow tell their story
  3266. Respect starts with self-respect
  3267. Back to the blackboard: Education bill’s demise marks a chance for @ScotGov to reflect on its approach, experts say
  3268. ‘Can we end homelessness in Scotland? Aye, we can’: Scottish Government pledges £21m to Housing First
  3269. The Scottish Govt claim a new social attitudes survey shows they have the trust of the people – but is it true?
  3270. Reclaiming the future
  3271. Falbhaibh a ghabhail ur gnùisean airson càc
  3272. Bringing Theresa May down to earth
  3273. meetup point for auob
  3274. yesbikers AUOB Bannockburn heading off
  3275. CommonSpace Podcast with journalist and author Paul Mason
  3276. Woman duped into relationship by undercover cop tells how he used tales of childhood abuse and mental trauma as part of his act
  3277. ‘An unstoppable challenge to the centralised status quo’: Scottish civil society launches Declaration on Local Democracy at #Democracy21
  3278. ‘If someone seems too good to be true, they probably are’: Environmental activist speaks out on how undercover police shook her community
  3279. Doaa Shabbir: If educational progress is not about uplifting a whole generation, then it is not progress at all
  3280. Up in Flames
  3281. As famine threatens Yemen following Saudi offensive on Hodeidah, campaigners demand UK ends its complicity
  3282. Outsourcing firms as inefficient as Soviet state-owned enterprises but more unstable, academic finds
  3283. Co-operative movement welcomes new Scottish Parliament report extolling the virtues of employee-owned businesses
  3284. First Minister questioned on high rents at #FMQs as new data reveals Edinburgh is a landlords paradise
  3285. Robin McAlpine: Every future Scotland – why you might be wrong about our indy work
  3286. 4 ways that the United States under Trump has proven it is a rogue state
  3287. ‘Land Grab’: Campaigners say Scottish Enterprise have no right to sell public Loch Lomond land to developers
  3288. As SNP pressure Theresa May to condemn Trump’s child imprisonment policy, campaigners prepare for his Scotland visit in July
  3289. Nuclear disarmament protesters from Scotland chain themselves to Westminster
  3290. HU!
  3291. YesBikers
  3292. The heart that beats stronger
  3293. Lies, damned lies, and newspaper headlines
  3294. There Is Another England
  3295. This site
  3296. Dave Lohoar YesBiker RIP
  3297. On Board with the YesBikers arriving at glasgow green
  3298. YesBikers arrive at Glasgow Green June 3rd
  3299. Accept no substitutes
  3300. Revealed: ‘Unreasonable’ red tape on rent caps could see 3 year delay on applications
  3301. Call for Scottish MPs to resist attempt ‘to make Britain militarily great again’, as committee proposes £20bn extra for Defence
  3302. With workplace stress at a 16 year high, UNISON demands a new mental health strategy to tackle the effects of austerity
  3303. Siobhan Tolland: Everything I know about history tells me Scotland’s next chapter will be independence
  3304. FilmSpace: Hereditary
  3305. Katie Price and the smouldering squirrel
  3306. There’s been a Broontervention
  3307. The Sewer Convention
  3308. Scotland won’t be silenced
  3309. The sixth circle of devolution hell
  3310. This is what contempt looks like
  3311. Ma dug’s no deid
  3312. A Q.E.D. moment
  3313. The art of being in without being in
  3314. You can’t buy this
  3315. A Longer View
  3316. Tempting Fate
  3317. Silence is Sort of Dirty Bronzeish
  3318. The Mills of God Grind Slowly. Particularly in Spain.
  3319. Doune the Rabbit Hole Final Line-Up
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
  1. The EU’s open arms
  2. Confront the structural forces inducing individualism and social isolation – Source
  3. UK government branded “disgraceful” after resuming arms sales to Saudi Arabia
  4. Sean Bell: If we purport to care about art, we must care about artists – Source
  5. ‘Angry and growing’: Renters union say they will increase pressure for justice – Source
  6. Black Gold: The trade in human life – Newsnet.scot
  7. Scottish care homes owned by the Chinese state in tax havens
  8. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Trust matters
  9. The Tory threat to devolution
  10. UK sanctions list is about geopolitical influence, not human rights – Source
  11. Scotland failing to protect marine wildlife, says government study
  12. Sean Bell: Polls, pundits and the perils of heeding the loudest voices – Source
  13. The fate of Gaelic is in our hands
  14. 5 ways to build pressure for the Right to Decide – Source
  15. More on that astonishing Panelbase poll
  16. Turning the corner
  17. Landowners bid to shoot more birds to save wild salmon
  18. This is the real deal: support for independence stays at record-breaking high of 54% in new Panelbase poll for the Sunday Times
  19. The pros and cons of Alex Salmond fronting a new pro-indy party
  20. For the second time in a few weeks, Ruth Davidson demonises a leading scientific expert on the basis of what is essentially a falsehood. This is beginning to look like a vendetta, Ruth.
  21. Where there’s a will
  22. Iain Bruce: The UK’s theft of Venezuelan gold endangers a successful fightback against the pandemic – Source
  23. The Dugcast fae the Dughoose – with Andrew Tickell
  24. How has Scotland done on coronavirus testing?
  25. Britain can do little to prevent China’s Hong Kong power-grab – Source
  26. Analysis: Rentier Parliament? How Scots’ demands for fairer rents were locked-out – Source
  27. The border of human decency
  28. Boris Johnson’s Underwhelming Recovery Plan – Source
  29. Mexico’s political prisoners held in prison despite Covid-19
  30. The First Minister should fight fire with fire over English quarantine row – Source
  31. Dear England – Newsnet.scot
  32. Sean Bell: Keir Starmer is doing exactly what he was selected to do – Source
  33. Nick Kempe: It’s time for debate on a National Care Service for Scotland – Source
  34. They’re just not that into you
  35. Johnson may be no FDR, but his public investment plans could still out-manouvere the left – Source
  36. Scottish Tory MP Andrew Bowie has made the most despicable comment of the pandemic – and lives may be lost as a result
  37. A solution in search of a problem
  38. Analysis: West Bank annexations reinforce the impunity of Israeli action – Source
  39. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Why not
  40. Economic stimulus meh
  41. A plea to both sides of the “game the system” debate – stop using misleading terminology that will increase the risk of independence supporters spoiling their ballots by mistake
  42. Abortion protest limits opposed by SNP’s mental health MP
  43. Renewed Calls to Address Living Conditions for Asylum Seekers Following Stabbing – Source
  44. Pursuing elimination in Scotland requires Ardern’s single-mindedness – Source
  45. Neo-Nazi from Leeds linked to National Defence League
  46. Keeping us safe
  47. Ineos ‘under-reporting’ climate emissions, says regulator
  48. A terrible outcome of an awful system that leaves no one safe – Source
  49. Want to know how to maximise pro-indy representation at Holyrood? The dull (but correct) answer is “vote for a party large enough to have a chance of winning seats”
  50. New podcast
  51. The millstone that is Westminster
  52. Catholic church told to shut gay conversion therapy groups
  53. Call for inquiry after Glasgow stabbing incident at hotel
  54. Better than this
  55. Plan A is dead, long live Plan B
  56. Robin McAlpine: Covid is a tragedy – but, in our people, it has also been a triumph – Source
  57. David Jamieson: The Jenrick Affair is a window into the world of the British oligarchy – Source
  58. Dugcast fae the dughoose – with Anne McLaughlin
  59. 331 stabs in the back
  60. Racist policing is a systemic, international problem – Source
  61. ‘The only immediate consequence is more uncertainty’: James McEnaney talks Scottish schools and Coronavirus – Source
  62. Torness nuclear reactor shut by faulty valve
  63. 1/3 Young People Could be Jobless by Christmas – Source
  64. Tax haven firms are buying many of Edinburgh’s iconic buildings
  65. The inevitable no
  66. Highland Council is crying out for a tax on land – Source
  67. Private firm housing asylum seekers accused of misleading politicians | The Ferreta
  68. Analysis: The runaway national question – Source
  69. Robin McAlpine: As lockdown sputters out, what actually happened and what can we learn? – Source
  70. Nick Kempe: There is no sign the Scottish Government has learnt from the care sector’s lack of preparation for a pandemic – Source
  71. Glasgow equal pay lawyers plan legal action over pensions
  72. The three B’s party
  73. Back to school?
  74. Swinney’s gamble – Source
  75. Revealed: the 16,000 hidden victims of Edinburgh Airport noise
  76. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The Outsiders
  77. The smart bomb
  78. When words lose their meaning – Source
  79. Tiffany Kane: Making change happen requires that we know our own power – Source
  80. Robin McAlpine: More an essay than a plan, the Recovery Group thinks the thunk – Source
  81. Grabbing Westminster by the balls
  82. The Jenrick scandal highlights London’s plutocracy problem – Source
  83. Memo to Pete Wishart: “Plan A” has left Scotland in a “hellish limbo” already. Do you have a single credible proposal for getting us back out of it?
  84. Whichever way you cut it, there’s more support for independence now than there was in 2016
  85. We’re on our way
  86. Scottish property worth billions held in tax havens
  87. The earth shakes as support for independence soars to 54% – the highest EVER in a Panelbase poll
  88. Time to end the false moral equivalence
  89. Plan B, and dual mandates
  90. Sean Bell: Talk of ‘culture wars’ obscures the real conflict on our streets – Source
  91. I’m in the dughoose
  92. Asylum protestors claim police didn’t offer protection
  93. Dugcast fae the dughoose – with James Kelly
  94. Charities issue calls for child maintenance to be enforced
  95. What hand-to-hand combat in the Galwan Valley tells us – Source
  96. Face coverings mandatory on public transport from Monday – Newsnet.scot
  97. Analysis: Scottish racism is a modern phenomenon, not a legacy of the past – Source
  98. ‘Everything is down to political will’: Revive seeks further grouse moor reform as Holyrood votes to ban hare-culling – Source
  99. Robin McAlpine: The future is Radio Rental – Source
  100. Equal rights for all refugees – no to racism – Source
  101. UK government broke inspection rules at Scots bomb factory
  102. Ruth Davidson’s catastrophically misjudged attack on Devi Sridhar may unwittingly reveal a lot about the toxic culture of the Scottish Tory party
  103. Mass shooting of mountain hares to be banned
  104. The ugly truth about British nationalism
  105. Report calls for UBI to be piloted in Scotland – Source
  106. Nick Kempe: The care home crisis begs the question – what is the Care Inspectorate for? – Source
  107. Racism in Scotland: Dealing with being different
  108. Who knew Gloucestershire was within 5 miles of Aberdeenshire
  109. The limits of Tory divide and rule – Source
  110. Seal scarers used by salmon farms branded ‘sonic torture’
  111. Analysis: Scotland’s ‘tourism and bust’ economics need to change – Source
  112. Craig Berry: Democracy within the SNP must go beyond listening exercises – Source
  113. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Twa radiators
  114. 21,660 thank yous
  115. Tory ‘dark money’ trust fined again by Electoral Commission
  116. Lord Provost portrait cost Glasgow council nearly £20,000
  117. Scrapping exams is the key to solving the schools conundrum – Source
  118. This is the problem with not being an independent country
  119. The ugly truth that the Scottish media tries to hide
  120. The changing moods of unionist economics – Source
  121. British nationalism: the personality disorder of politics
  122. The problem that will not speak its name
  123. Scots pension funds put £90m in US firms linked with abuses
  124. Who or what is “tone deaf”? Perhaps it’s mainstream journalism – which has misread the public mood on independence so completely in recent weeks
  125. In the UK, statues matter more than people
  126. Beyond the Noise: ‘The world is on our side’ – where next for Black Lives Matter? – Source
  127. Covid-19: How badly has Scotland been affected by the virus?
  128. UK backing for oil drilling in Brazil and Ghana ‘unforgivable’
  129. Dugcast fae the dughoose – with Prof John Robertson
  130. Racism: Scotland’s record isn’t bad, but it isn’t good. – Source
  131. Tear up the old economic rules – Source
  132. In numbers: the year-on-year increase in support for independence
  133. Robin McAlpine: You want radical? How about producers selling to consumers – Source
  134. Seal shooting at fish farms doubles before ban
  135. Analysis: The furlough scheme is coming to an end, but job losses aren’t – Source
  136. The uncomfortable past
  137. Sticking to the 2 metre rule is a litmus test – Source
  138. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: From a Remain country to a Rejoin country – by emphatic 60-40 margin, voters say “Scotland should rejoin the European Union”
  139. VIDEO: Preview of tonight’s final results from the Scot Goes Pop poll
  140. Keeping safe – Newsnet.scot
  141. Nick Kempe: The Scottish Government should put older people, their families and care staff at the heart of the care system – Source
  142. Keeping the eye on the prize
  143. Nazi Scottish Dawn propagandist jailed with ‘Miss Hitler’
  144. How the virus entered Scotland – Source
  145. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: By overwhelming 3-1 margin, Scottish voters say they would be “more safe” if the UK Government’s decision-making powers about the lockdown were transferred to the Scottish Government
  146. VIDEO: Preview of Tuesday night’s results from the Scot Goes Pop poll
  147. A few points to “consider”
  148. Analysis: The BLM protests are shaping our post-lockdown world – Source
  149. Keith Baker: How should our approach to energy use change post-lockdown? – Source
  150. Robin McAlpine: Economic Recovery Group – should Scotland support the Killing Floor Model? – Source
  151. The Ministry of Defence wasted £9m on ‘fruitless payments’
  152. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Set in stone
  153. Breaking the impasse
  154. One more heave will not deliver indyref2 – Source
  155. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll finds that, by a decisive margin, Scottish voters want the SNP and Greens to use an election to seek an outright mandate for independence, if Boris Johnson continues to refuse a Section 30 order
  156. VIDEO: Preview of Monday night’s results from the Scot Goes Pop poll
  157. Wee Ginger Crowdfunder 2020
  158. Black Lives Matter: Perspectives on an uprising – Source
  159. Independence is ours to win
  160. Plans to mine peat for a decade ‘breach climate targets’
  161. Confronting British ‘historical amnesia’ is not only about the past – Source
  162. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: SNP on course to win almost every single Scottish seat at Westminster, while the Tories and Lib Dems would be WIPED OUT – Scottish Parliament looks set for a big SNP overall majority with Labour and the Tories facing substantial seat losses
  163. VIDEO: Preview of tonight’s third installment of the new Scot Goes Pop poll
  164. The death of British exceptionalism
  165. Rejected meat: five million defects found by food watchdog
  166. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: Sensation as Scottish voters, by a 3-1 margin, say that the Scottish Government’s handling of the pandemic makes them “more confident” that Scotland will be well-governed as an independent country, and that the UK government’s response to the crisis makes them “less convinced” that Scotland is safer as part of the UK
  167. VIDEO: Preview of tonight’s second installment of the Scot Goes Pop poll on independence
  168. Changing their minds
  169. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: Yes storms back into the lead in wake of Dominic Cummings episode
  170. Video teaser for the Scot Goes Pop poll on independence, which will be released later today…
  171. Ellen Höfer: The only hope for EU New Scots faced with illegal status is an Indyref within the next 12 months – Source
  172. Dugcast fae the dughoose – with Mark McNaught
  173. The Battle Against Homelessness Post-Coronavirus – Source
  174. The corporate bailout you’ve never heard of – Source
  175. Fergus Ewing is ‘un-ministerial’, says civil service union
  176. Scotland’s missing Covid-19 paper trail: Five questions that need to be answered – Source
  177. The hypocrisy of British nationalists in Scotland
  178. Back when the MP for the Western Isles held the fate of the UK government in his hands
  179. Care Homes crisis: 4 questions for the Health Secretary – Source
  180. Daft Dom’s Durham Dash & 8000 a day herd infections – Newsnet.scot
  181. The emptiness in Johnson’s head
  182. Robin McAlpine: I’m a socialist – but I’m here to save capitalism – Source
  183. Nick Kempe: Isolation, human rights and keeping older people safe in care homes – Source
  184. After the US: Is Scottish neutrality a viable future? – Source
  185. The Digital Scottish Covenant
  186. Dave Watson: ‘Resilience Economics’ must be credible – and build a better society for all – Source
  187. ‘Act like a tourist’, or build community wealth? – Source
  188. Welcome to the wacky world of Mark Smith (twinned with Planet Daisley)
  189. Institutional Racism in 2020: Not Just a Problem in the US – Source
  190. The return of the Tory howler monkeys
  191. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Hard evidence
  192. Seal shooting by fish farms to be banned to save exports to US
  193. Why outsourcing and secrecy is the route to contact tracing and testing failure – Source
  194. Claim Holyrood meets once a week during lockdown is false
  195. Sean Bell: New powers for the SSPCA reinforce the case for Scotland doing things differently – Source
  196. The UK’s willingness to be lied to
  197. A world after the US Empire? – Source
  198. Fergus Ewing attacked over 25 meetings with fish farm firms
  199. Vote to value humanity
  200. Two Scots councils lend £15m to Thurrock to gamble with
  201. Your suggestions for poll questions, please…
  202. Government by smirk
  203. Leading SAGE members make clear that the UK government have ceased to “follow the science”, and are making a political choice to accept a large number of avoidable deaths
  204. After lockdown, we must ask: who is the economy for anyway? – Source
  205. Trump tells Minneapolis protesters he is sending National Guard for “shooting” – Source
  206. UK and allies condemn China over Hong Kong security law – Source
  207. Scottish engineering firms warn of job losses – Source
  208. Scottish Finance Secretary warns of limits of Coronavirus funds – Source
  209. Durham police say Cummings may have breached lockdown – Source
  210. MSPs urged to learn from Skye nursing home Covid-19 outbreak
  211. Dugcast fae the Dughoose – with James Dornan
  212. Scotland’s schools are readying to reopen, but what is the new normal for education? – Source
  213. Why independence won’t go away – Source
  214. The next steps to indy
  215. Do not give Ineos £500m Covid bail-out, say campaigners
  216. Test and trace: There’s still a long way to go – Source
  217. CROWDFUNDER: Help Scot Goes Pop commission a post-Cummings poll on independence
  218. Pressure mounts on ministers as 87 beavers confirmed killed in Tayside
  219. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The lies have it
  220. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The New Normal
  221. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The grand mither tongue
  222. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Risky business
  223. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: Trust never sleeps
  224. Stunning telephone poll finds almost TWO-THIRDS of the Scottish public want a second independence referendum
  225. Robin McAlpine: Progress needs the state, but the state must progress – Source
  226. Astonishing and creative
  227. Testing failures mean Scotland may be sleepwalking into a new crisis – Source
  228. Iain Bruce: For lessons in protest during the pandemic, look to Latin America – Source
  229. Rape charity demands changes after judge condemns trial
  230. Not better together
  231. Open Letter: Scottish Labour for Radical Democracy
  232. No Second Jobs for MSPs
  233. Conservatives in Scotland and Poverty in the UK
  234. Labour for Indy?
  235. This is It
  236. Coronavirus fracking crisis: Scotland dodged a bullet – Source
  237. Carlaw left with nowhere to go, as new Scottish poll reveals a severe lack of confidence in London’s handling of the crisis, and almost total backing for the Scottish Government’s approach
  238. Jonathon Shafi: Cummings scandal highlights rot at the heart of the British political system – Source
  239. Nick Kempe: Scottish Government response to care home crisis proves why older people need a voice – Source
  240. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The lies have it
  241. The curse of Cummings
  242. What the importance of one adviser tells us about Johnson – Source
  243. Eyesight exams on the way to Castle Barnard
  244. Acting on instinct
  245. Loopholes let MSPs declare ‘arbitrary’ share values
  246. 48 hours that prove the unelected Dominic Cummings is running Britain like a Mafia boss
  247. The arrogant and offensive truth twisters
  248. The second cummings of Dominic
  249. Toxic fish farm pesticide polluted ten lochs across Scotland
  250. Cummings and goings
  251. What will the High Street look like after lockdown? – Source
  252. Dugcast fae the Dughoose – with Angus MacNeil
  253. Race, Scotland and Covid-19 – Source
  254. Lighting the Tunnel – Source
  255. Jonathon Shafi: The independence movement is more important than any party – Source
  256. Care providers hit by ‘100-fold increase’ in PPE price gouging | The Ferret
  257. British nationalism is only exceptional in the lies it tells
  258. Evictions: The Second Wave of the Covid-19 Crisis – Source
  259. Pictured: Glasgow’s drugs crisis in the time of coronavirus
  260. Some unsolicited advice for the new pro-indy party: “get on or get out”
  261. A grim day in Holyrood – Source
  262. Sean Bell: A global mental health crisis can only be defeated by changing the world that created it – Source
  263. Robin McAlpine: ‘Green New Deal’ and ‘Green Deal’ are opposites – Scotland has to choose – Source
  264. The Tory perversion of science costs lives
  265. Beyond the Noise: Neil Davidson, 1957 – 2020 – Source
  266. Problems facing Scotland’s care homes will outlast Covid-19 unless major change is made – Source
  267. We need to talk about democratic accountability in public services – Source
  268. MSPs reject Scottish Government curbs on freedom of information rights
  269. Sorry, not sorry
  270. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The New Normal
  271. DUP dark money man in ‘very unusual’ investment scandal
  272. A housing test of the Scottish Parliament – Source
  273. Sarah Smith’s unforgivable lapse of judgement last night may be career-defining
  274. Information law must be toughened to stop evasion, say MSPs
  275. Polls and donkeys – Newsnet.scot
  276. Freeing Scotland’s hands to build a better country
  277. Horse rescue charities facing closure due to Covid-19
  278. The Scottish Rich List and Key Workers’ List do not match – Source
  279. The best of both worlds
  280. “Wholesale slaughter”: around 100 beavers shot in Tayside
  281. I am a free, I am not man, a number
  282. The disease that’s killing the British state
  283. Home / Dachaidh
  284. ‘Food for Good’, not just for lockdown. – Source
  285. Would it be so bad to trust teachers during Covid-19? – Source
  286. Supplies, chained – Source
  287. Relief as opposition parties move to restore information rights
  288. Dugcast fae the Dughoose – with Joanna Cherry
  289. Claim UK is meeting Covid-19 testing target is Mostly False
  290. Home Farm, and why the failures in care homes run deep – Source
  291. Landmark Wings poll finds that the SNP’s popularity is crucial to preserving the coalition of support for independence
  292. Robin Mcalpine: If this crisis needs a grown-up conversation, are we the children? – Source
  293. They hate us, and the feeling’s mutual
  294. Our enemies among us
  295. Normal was the problem – and now it is disaster – Source
  296. Prematurely relaxing restrictions on so-called “low-risk” groups is an exceptionally high-risk thing to do – unless you can somehow totally segregate the generations, and you can’t.
  297. The appearance of justice
  298. Alister Jack’s Mini-Me
  299. Care under capitalism is broken – Source
  300. How workers can win – a Taxi lesson – Source
  301. Remember the care home survivors – Source
  302. The BBC can’t have it both ways: if they want to criticise the Scottish Government for not taking stronger action than Westminster, they can’t simultaneously dismiss devolved laws as toytown rules that shouldn’t be taken too seriously
  303. Back where we started
  304. Jonathon Shafi: The indy movement and anti-racism in the Covid-19 era – Source
  305. We need a no-blame approach to a Scottish Covid-19 review – Source
  306. Blaming Scotland for Westminster’s shortcomings
  307. The scorpion stings the frog
  308. The rhetoric and the reality – Source
  309. After Disclosure: Time for SGoRR transparency – Source
  310. Dr Mike Ryan of the WHO ferociously denounces UK-style herd immunity strategies: “Humans are not herds”, “No-one is safe until everyone is safe”
  311. The BBC’s criticism of Scotland’s slowness to react to the crisis is *partly* justified – but the BBC itself has questions to answer about its own failings in March
  312. It’s common sense
  313. Robin Mcalpine: Scotland is in desperate need of good journalism – this is how we can have it – Source
  314. As predicted, Stuart Campbell performs *another* 180 degree turn: his new case for a list-only party flatly contradicts the one he was making only a few months ago
  315. British nationalism is a fantasy novel
  316. Open letter to the First Minister: Make any Covid-19 Vaccine Affordable for All – Source
  317. The object of power
  318. The UK state is a health risk – Source
  319. If Britain has ceased to look like “one United Kingdom” tonight, it’s because Boris Johnson has insisted upon a go-it-alone English-only policy change, while Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland remain united around “stay at home”
  320. Save lives, ignore Boris Johnson
  321. Syrian refugee found dead at Covid-19 asylum seeker hotel
  322. Stay alert for Tory stupidity
  323. Scotland calling : Vietnam
  324. Does Boris plan to turn the population in England into an army of virus slayers? – Newsnet.scot
  325. The power of presentation
  326. Fifa bribe scandal bank received £7m council fund investment
  327. Here we go again: now Iain Macwhirter is trying to gaslight us into thinking the WHO have done some sort of U-turn. Spoiler alert: no they haven’t.
  328. The fifth column revealed
  329. Scotland Calling…Vietnam
  330. The self-congratulatory British nationalist street party of politics
  331. In lockstep
  332. Not ageing well
  333. Clap for Carers or Value Them in the Economy? – Source
  334. Dugcast fae the dughoose – with Billy Kay
  335. Abolishing women
  336. Alarm over peat extraction plans in south west Scotland
  337. Panelbase poll suggests more than one-third of Labour voters are pro-independence – which leaves Keir Starmer with a big problem
  338. The end of lockstep lockdown: can it lead to a wider divergence? – Source
  339. On Your Marks, Jet Set… – Source
  340. Lockstep is a march off a cliff
  341. Crunch time for Nicola Sturgeon: she must hold firm and maintain the Scottish lockdown in full. Saving thousands of lives is far more important than staying in lockstep with Westminster as it loses its mind on ‘Magic Monday’.
  342. Towards a Body Positive Scotland – Source
  343. Suspicious activities
  344. Rare birds ‘devastated’ by huge wildfire in Tayside
  345. Resist Boris Johnson’s “unlockdown” – Source
  346. Crisis for crestfallen Carlaw as extraordinary Panelbase poll gives the SNP a thirty-point lead over the Tories on the Holyrood constituency ballot
  347. The British black comedy of Covid
  348. Facts aren’t decided by opinion poll
  349. ‘They will have to commit and they will have to act’: Revive manifesto lays down challenge to Scottish politics – Source
  350. The listening ears
  351. Jonathon Shafi: Addressing climate change must be central to a post-Covid case for independence – Source
  352. The arrival of the wolf
  353. Hygienic spaces for tenants is surely not too much to ask – Source
  354. Did the Telegraph deliberately target Neil Ferguson in a sinister attempt to weaken government policy on suppressing the epidemic?
  355. Torness nuclear reactors predicted to start cracking in 2022
  356. This is truly remarkable: in the middle of the biggest international crisis since World War II, support for independence has just INCREASED to 50%
  357. Neck and neck
  358. What hope for a pandemic era Scottish independence strategy? – Source
  359. Eliminating fuel poverty in a post-Covid world – Source
  360. The Lesley Riddoch Podcast: The grand mither tongue
  361. The lethally incompetent arrogance of the Tories
  362. Emergency repairs leave tenants ‘locked out’ of their homes
  363. “Track, trace, employ”? – Source
  364. Anti-lockdown right-wingers seem to believe in libertarianism for pathogens, not people. It’s Thatcherism for microbes.
  365. Reviewing Scotland’s Testing Strategy – Source
  366. Robin McAlpine: Corrupted Scotland needs a post-virus governance revolution – Source
  367. The pageant of British self-regard
  368. Islamophobia: Muslim women’s experiences in Scotland
  369. Want to tackle inequality? Start by giving the corporate lobby the cold shoulder – Source
  370. A short reply to Dani Garavelli: perhaps the independence movement should be reclaimed from those who think independence is less important than purity tests?
  371. Scotland calling : Estonia
  372. Ministry of Defence gags staff on Trident and Scotland
  373. The vast majority of the British public want to extend the lockdown, according to new YouGov poll
  374. The first instinct of the Tories is to lie
  375. All quiet on the forgotten front
  376. Unionist journalists learn the hard way that wishful thinking doesn’t get the job done, as sensational YouGov poll shows the SNP on course for an overall majority in the Scottish Parliament
  377. Murdo’s Law: Murdo Fraser proves Scotland counts for nothing within the UK
  378. Retail behemoth: Are we witnessing the birth of a savage new business age? – Source
  379. Pensions can divest from Palestinian occupation firms, court rules
  380. Off Road and Off The Rails – Source
  381. The dugcast fae the dughoose – with Philippa Whitford
  382. Covid-19 planning laws ‘captured’ by property developers
  383. Putting the genie back in the bottle – Source
  384. SCOTLAND CALLING…ESTONIA
  385. The Scottish Government is more trusted as a source of information about the current crisis than the UK Government, the BBC or any newspaper, according to a remarkable poll from Survation
  386. 100 days of WHO reports – time to get masked up – Newsnet.scot
  387. Human Rights, Inequality, and the Scottish Budget – Source
  388. Excess mortality in Ecuador – Source
  389. A failure of duty
  390. Nourishing the care economy – Source
  391. To squash the epidemic and make contact tracing feasible, the lockdown needs to last several more weeks – but we’re being edged towards a second disaster by a deeply irresponsible “get Britain moving again” campaign from the right-wing media
  392. Sean Bell: Don’t forget the animals – not now, not ever – Source
  393. Tibetans forced to display pictures of Chinese state leaders
  394. Jack Perry: Now is the time to take basic income seriously – Source
  395. The dangerous irresponsibility of the British media
  396. We can all count mortality – Source
  397. Massive North Sea crisis means ‘just transition’ needs to become more than a slogan – Source
  398. Feisty Productions : Risky business
  399. The Stockholm Troopers
  400. Tall oaks
  401. Free to Rebel? – Source
  402. Robin McAlpine: The virus put unionism in crisis – their best hope is a compliant SNP – Source
  403. Jackson’s car lot
  404. A “new normal” in Education? – Source
  405. How did it ever come to this? Iain Macwhirter is now at one with Tory right-wingers in calling for a premature lifting of the lockdown to allow a mass epidemic – and he dismisses the resulting biblical death toll as a “marginal risk”
  406. Claim that the first person to receive the Covid-19 trial vaccine has died is False | The Ferret
  407. British exceptionalism is lethal
  408. Westminster bid to re-launch toxic plutonium reactors
  409. For the record: a reply to the hysteria about my column in this month’s iScot magazine
  410. Scotland Plans the End of Lockdown: What Comes Next? – Source
  411. If it’s got Cummings in it, it’s not The Science
  412. Tories and Labour regard British uniformity as more important than keeping people alive
  413. Drinking Dettol to own the Nats
  414. Sean Bell: Young people must not become the acceptable losses of the coming depression – Source
  415. Sven Giegold: Lobbyists are trying to water down a sustainable way out of the Corona crisis – Source
  416. Build Back Better – Source
  417. The dugcast fae the dughoose – with Alan Bissett
  418. Scottish NHS charities get £525,000 boost from ‘amazing’ covid-19 appeal | The Ferret
  419. A “class group-think” problem? – Source
  420. University urged to end Saudi deal after rise in beheadings
  421. Scottish Government document decisively repudiates the catastrophic ‘herd immunity’ approach that the whole UK was following only six weeks ago
  422. Robin McAlpine: Recover forward – how to use crisis for good – Source
  423. Covid-19: Maternity Action Calls for Increased Rights for Pregnant Women – Source
  424. Co-op slammed as rural communities hit by weeks of food shortages
  425. Returning to normal need not mean the Tory normal
  426. Better Together; the Pandemic edition – Source
  427. The Scottish Government must overcome or override Chris Whitty’s obstructionism. We must at long last accept the WHO’s guidance, and proceed with a contact tracing operation to suppress the epidemic.
  428. Asylum seekers lives ‘put at risk’ by move to hotels amid Covid-19
  429. EU procurement and Number 10’s deceit
  430. Jonathon Shafi: The independence movement needs a bold post-globalisation platform – Source
  431. Care Homes: A Privatisation Story – Source
  432. In elite circles, the debate about how to make us pay has begun – Source
  433. Inciting British nationalists to stupidity
  434. Lessons of the first post-Corbyn YouGov poll?
  435. The five stages
  436. Feisty Productions : Trust never sleeps
  437. Channel 4 show accused of promoting anti-Traveller myths
  438. ‘Won’t someone take my oil!?’ – Source
  439. ‘An awful way to welcome visitors’: Dumfries and Galloway’s derelict buildings
  440. Robin McAlpine: How do we start to rebuild? – Source
  441. The Empire Strikes Back
  442. The largest 10 vacant and derelict sites in Scotland
  443. Has Sturgeon’s pivot come too late? – Source
  444. The “British family coming together” has directly led to Scotland being part of (probably) the worst death toll in Europe – and that in itself makes a powerful new case for independence
  445. ‘Left behind and ignored’ – Glasgow’s derelict buildings
  446. Johnson’s negligence is costing lives
  447. The biggest test of Nicola Sturgeon’s career: she must insist that Scotland’s lockdown remains in force until it can be safely replaced with a credible ‘test, trace, isolate’ plan to suppress the epidemic – and if that means facing down the right-wing London media and the Tory ‘hawks’, so be it.
  448. Government ministers are trying to gaslight us again: no, the UK death toll is not “lower than the modellers expected”. It’s considerably higher.
  449. The Governor General of the North British Colony addresses the natives
  450. Shellfish businesses offered funding to cope with coronavirus crisis
  451. The greater good
  452. David Mackenzie: ‘Unready Scotland’ and the current emergency – Source
  453. Turn it off and on again – Source
  454. Beyond the Noise: From CoronaCrash to resistance – Source
  455. Jackson Carlaw’s desperate bid for attention
  456. Plan to buy out Buccleuch in Scotland’s highest village
  457. Britain’s Dickensian charity society is the real sickness – Source
  458. To mask or not to mask? – Newsnet.scot
  459. What is really demeaning …
  460. The new ‘yellow peril’: Why we should all fear the anti-China drumbeat – Source
  461. When is a union not a union: when it’s the UK.
  462. Time for a global debt revolt? – Source
  463. Animal charities face financial issues amid Covid-19 crisis
  464. We don’t need no stinking badges
  465. Max Wiszniewski: Action against muirburn reminds us that real change must be enforced – Source
  466. Sarah Glynn: After the deluge – Source
  467. The whole world, from Jacinda Ardern to Donald Trump, from Anthony Fauci to Neil Ferguson, has said no to the “herd immunity” madness – but, never fear, Iain Macwhirter (of all people) remains a devoted fan
  468. Change starts with a YES
  469. Feisty Productions : WHO are you?
  470. Birds of prey ‘in danger’ during coronavirus lockdown
  471. Forward to the hibernation economy – Source
  472. Is Jackson Carlaw right to think he’s going to be the new Clement Attlee? (Caution: spoilers ahead)
  473. The mounting problems facing Starmer’s new Labour era – Source
  474. Jonathon Shafi: Opposition to Trident will take on new meaning in the post-Coronavirus landscape – Source
  475. Robin McAlpine: The lack of a Scottish virus strategy is a national crisis – Source
  476. Loneliness and Self-Isolation: Longterm Effects of the Covid-19 Crisis – Source
  477. Bank increases bet that Irn-Bru maker AG Barr will fail
  478. Better together means Scotland and Wales are expendable
  479. International comparison is necessary – and is here to stay – Source
  480. A second lockdown – which would be harsher and longer – is inevitable if we lift the current one prematurely, and if we don’t start testing, tracing and isolating
  481. Truth, lies, and consequences
  482. Scottish cities see ‘much larger’ Covid-19 lock down response
  483. Priti Vacant
  484. More toxic pesticides to be used by salmon farmers
  485. 5,000 sites escape pollution checks due to coronavirus crisis
  486. Going walkabout
  487. The lethal ideology of British exceptionalism
  488. BBC make ‘Herculean effort’ to conceal the scale of the catastrophe from the public
  489. A hand up, not a hand out
  490. Increase allowance for asylum seekers, charities tell UK
  491. 91% of the British public say the lockdown should be extended, according to YouGov poll
  492. Radical theatre co-operative to launch second festival in Glasgow’s Southside – Source
  493. Pressure on Scottish Government to find solutions as ATM charges double – Source
  494. Govan Docks: The Potential to Change Govan’s Future – Source
  495. BookSpace: Hotel du Jack; Monster Slayer; Fate; The Great Pretender – Source
  496. Nicola Sturgeon makes fresh case for Scottish EU membership in Brussels speech – Source
  497. ‘Build a better Scotland for all animals’: Proposals to expand powers of Scottish SPCA win committee backing – Source
  498. Scottish Budget 2020: Reaction round-up – Source
  499. Scottish communities seek government support in local battle against climate change – Source
  500. COP 26 and climate emergency loom large in extraordinary Scottish budget – Source
  501. Inequality kills
  502. Government facing legal challenge on ‘inhumane’ calf exports
  503. Becoming exercised
  504. Scots vulnerable to Covid-19 struggle to get home deliveries
  505. 5G and tin foil hats
  506. Photo essay: sexual violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo | The Ferret
  507. Calls to help drug users access services in Covid-19 crisis
  508. The German plan to put the pandemic into retreat: we MUST have a similar plan in place before we even think about ending the Scottish lockdown
  509. Scotland’s position on the Labour party has never been clearer
  510. Feisty Productions : Declarations and departures
  511. Environmental rules for salmon farming industry relaxed
  512. Nothing better symbolises the UK’s open defiance of the World Health Organization than the Chief Medical Officer returning to work when he might still be infectious
  513. Time for a rant – Newsnet.scot
  514. Coronavirus guidelines – Scottish media hypocrisy version
  515. 57 sites guilty of environmental breaches kept secret
  516. Nicola Sturgeon must make 100% sure that whoever is appointed as the next Chief Medical Officer is not a “herd immunity” zealot
  517. UK’s Egyptian arms deals damned after child torture revealed
  518. The poisoned pens
  519. The Declaration of Barlanark
  520. People are above kings: A nation is its people – Newsnet.scot
  521. The Betty Windsor Show
  522. The sharp end
  523. With a voice in London once again banging the “herd immunity” drum, the time has come for Nicola Sturgeon to follow Jacinda Ardern by loudly saying “no way, not EVER”
  524. Declaration – a letter of liberty
  525. Ipsos-Mori poll suggests the public are aware that Johnson was too slow in ordering a lockdown
  526. Government delays to information rights ‘draconian’
  527. PFI firms promote coronavirus donations but refuse NHS fee cut
  528. What’s wrong with British nationalists?
  529. Dounreay offered large supplies of PPE to health workers in Caithness – but the bureaucrats said “no”
  530. Ewing backs fox control with hounds in public forests
  531. What’s in a name
  532. The number of excess deaths caused in the UK by a “herd immunity” strategy would be comparable to the Hiroshima bombing
  533. Reasons to be cheerful, part four
  534. Chickens coming home to roost – Source
  535. Warning that coronavirus bill could weaken public scrutiny
  536. It looks like the Dr Strangelove-style “herd immunity” plan of Whitty and Vallance may need to be defeated for a second time
  537. Coronavirus: What’s left of the world Brexit Britain and indy Scotland want to join? – Source
  538. Robin McAlpine: Why I’m optimistic about post-virus economics – Source
  539. Feisty Productions : Scores and scams
  540. Getting a grip
  541. Airbnbs keep hosting travellers despite coronavirus lockdown
  542. The Silverburn Suffragettes, and other sources of hope – Source
  543. The time has come to accept Alex Salmond’s innocence, and to welcome him back into the SNP fold
  544. Scottish Citizens’ Assembly: Answering The Big Questions – Source
  545. Lena Swedlow: Climate, Coronavirus and the shared solution – Source
  546. The accused and the accusers
  547. The baby and the bathwater
  548. Beware of lockdown passivity – Source
  549. Leadership, not management
  550. The women you mustn’t believe
  551. NHS struggled to recruit anaesthetists before coronavirus
  552. Sensational Panelbase poll shows SNP have further increased their enormous lead over the Tories
  553. As the UK continues to defy the World Health Organization on mass-testing and contact tracing, the Deputy Chief Medical Officer attempts to gaslight the public into thinking the WHO’s recommendations somehow don’t apply to us
  554. Right royal lunatics – Newsnet.scot
  555. Updated regulations for dog owners
  556. Best served cold
  557. Nathália Urban: Solidarity, Covid-19 and Latin America – Source
  558. Robin McAlpine: When people say the virus has changed the world, this is what they mean – Source
  559. The latest right-wing American conspiracy theory that could lead to millions of deaths if it goes unchallenged
  560. Dugs, self-employment, and the white van man
  561. Food During Crisis: Government Needs to Support Communities That Support the Vulnerable – Source
  562. Let’s not kill ourselves
  563. Coronavirus cases in Scotland | The Ferret
  564. Metal festival accused of neo-Nazi links moves to Edinburgh
  565. The real face of Lord Kitchener – Source
  566. Crucial services to disabled people cut due to coronavirus
  567. The R-word
  568. Hundreds of police recruits ‘breach coronavirus rules’
  569. Why are the most vulnerable people being forced to work and put themselves at risk?
  570. We’re not all in this together
  571. Wings-to-English translation
  572. The lockdown
  573. Feisty Productions : 2020 Vision
  574. MSPs call on social media firms to crack down on coronavirus misinfo | The Ferret
  575. The UK’s boneheaded refusal to accept the World Health Organization’s central recommendation on testing and contact tracing remains the missing piece of the jigsaw
  576. Alex Salmond and the future of Scottish politics
  577. An innocent man
  578. The sigh of relief
  579. YouGov poll shows overwhelming public demand for lockdown
  580. The lessons we learn
  581. US climate-denying think tank plans to host event in Glasgow
  582. A suppression strategy is the ONLY way to protect Scotland’s rural communities
  583. The things that need to change
  584. Nicola Sturgeon: Information, Compassion and Hope – Newsnet.scot
  585. Bolted from the blue
  586. How social distancing helps keep you safe – Newsnet.scot
  587. Fact check: Debunking myths about coronavirus
  588. The grasping vacuum in Number 10
  589. Scots university taught cadets from Saudi air force
  590. Climate pollution on the rise because of Peterhead gas plant
  591. UK continues relentlessly with its wholesale defiance of the World Health Organization
  592. It’s simply a fact that, until a few days ago, the UK government were pursuing a strategy that would have led to a large number of avoidable deaths
  593. Don’t be like T-Rex
  594. The health of civil liberties
  595. Tibetan language being replaced by Chinese, warn campaigners
  596. Homeless ‘should be housed in hotels’ to protect them from Covid-19
  597. Sowing the seeds
  598. Feisty Productions : Keep your distance
  599. Fish farm companies ‘bidding to use bee-harming pesticide’
  600. Imperial College paper: “managed epidemic” / “herd immunity” strategy would kill quarter of a million people in the UK
  601. Closing down and staying open – Newsnet.scot
  602. The UK is *choosing* to have a mass epidemic. It’s not a necessity.
  603. Patience is bitter but its fruit is sweet
  604. Scots pension funds invest in opposed Canadian gas pipeline
  605. The precautionary principle dictates that you do everything necessary to keep people alive for now, and that you solve hypothetical future problems if and when you face them
  606. The importance of perception
  607. Football clubs accused of ‘astonishing’ failures to protect children | The Ferret
  608. UK lockdown petition
  609. A European journey – Newsnet.scot
  610. Follow the evidence
  611. Ineos ends bid to drill for coal gas in central Scotland
  612. Covid19: Global crisis – an overview – Newsnet.scot
  613. The delay phase
  614. Don’t follow the herd, Nicola, and don’t let’s “take it on the chin” – untold numbers of lives will be needlessly lost unless we radically change course and move into line with the WHO’s recommendations
  615. World Health Organization: “Do not just let this fire burn”
  616. The herd and the unheard
  617. How the government are playing Russian Roulette with the public’s lives by ignoring the World Health Organization’s advice on containment
  618. A matter of resilience
  619. Breaking: Norway closes down – Newsnet.scot
  620. Labour’s cycle of despair
  621. Highland peat extraction ‘at odds’ with climate emergency
  622. Millions and billions for the NHS is not good enough! – Newsnet.scot
  623. Scottish Enterprise backed radar marketed to cruel regimes
  624. The real lesson of coronavirus for independence
  625. Shock horror as Nicola Sturgeon makes a phone call
  626. Feisty Productions : Corona and contempt
  627. The political plague
  628. Passengers leave Grand Princess cruise ship after Covid-19 outbreak – YouTube
  629. Radioactive waste wrongly sent to Hunterston nuclear plant
  630. Oil price crash and geopolitical chess games – Newsnet.scot
  631. A question of perspective
  632. YouTube
  633. Concerns after six safety incidents at Hunterston nuclear plant
  634. The storm clouds
  635. Baillie Gifford ‘hypocrisy’ on £400m fossil fuel investments
  636. Gagging order
  637. Passport controls and watchtowers? – Newsnet.scot
  638. Priti Patel claim on EU citizens with settled status False
  639. Dugcast – 6 March 2020
  640. Alex Salmond profile
  641. Progress ‘under strain’ on attainment gaps between rich and poor pupils
  642. Ducks in a row
  643. Bands accused of Nazism links to play Glasgow music festival
  644. A sliver of hope
  645. How the American TV networks are stitching it up for Biden
  646. The Western friends of North Korea | The Ferret
  647. The Wings party remains a dead end
  648. Keep investing in fossil fuels, pension fund tells council
  649. A question of priorities
  650. Feisty Productions : In plain sight
  651. Six questions for Nicola Sturgeon
  652. Illegal injection van ‘will prevent hundreds of drug deaths’
  653. Fact check: Immigration claims on BBC Question Time
  654. British diseases for British people
  655. The lightbulb moment
  656. Faslane to dump up to 50 times more radioactive waste in Clyde
  657. East of Eden
  658. Sorry, not sorry
  659. Dugcast – 28 February 2020
  660. The democratic deficit
  661. Scottish Defence League links to Nazi groups ‘concerning’
  662. Taking Johnson’s bullheadedness by the horns
  663. Animal lab sanctioned after scores of rats crushed to death
  664. It’s “journalism”, Jim, but not as we know it : comically amateurish Scotsman article contains multiple wild inaccuracies about the YouGov independence poll
  665. Misery for Boris as another YouGov poll finds a clear majority of the Scottish public demand an independence referendum within five years
  666. The failing campaign for a failing state
  667. Dismay as Ineos triggers plan to re-open coal gas inquiry
  668. Constructive obstruction
  669. Imports of Norwegian salmon eggs banned over deadly virus
  670. Wildlife at risk after fivefold drop in official monitoring
  671. Questions for Question Time
  672. The fateful day
  673. Environmental inspections in Scotland down by a quarter
  674. The new consensus
  675. The silver lining
  676. Dugcast – 21 Feb 2020
  677. Trump’s Turnberry resort condemned for environmental breaches
  678. Scotland’s land and marine resource base – Newsnet.scot
  679. The flexible laws of unionist mathematics
  680. Being taken for a mug
  681. Saudi-led forces face war crimes trials linked to Fife arms firm
  682. A consultative referendum is an opportunity to be grasped, not a bogeyman to cower away from
  683. Anger needs no visa
  684. A question of trust
  685. Call for probe after man begging for help died in custody
  686. A solution in search of a problem
  687. UK Gov claims it’s cleaning up Scotland’s beaches – by investing overseas – YouTube
  688. The news where the BBC isn’t
  689. Feisty Productions : Gaming the system
  690. Ineos still bidding to drill for underground gas in Scotland
  691. *******FACTUAL INACCURACY IN A POLL QUESTION KLAXON*******
  692. The double standards of British nationalism
  693. Named: the Scots businessman linked to neo-Nazi groups
  694. It’s good to be back
  695. School children in remote areas do worse than elsewhere
  696. Hello world! – CommonSpace
  697. The vote of confidence
  698. “It’s within the margin of error, Joanna, let’s be clear about that”
  699. IndyLive Radio interview
  700. Of the people, by the people, for the people – Newsnet.scot
  701. £250bn: the cost of giving tax breaks to North Sea oil firms
  702. Did the UK Government just try take credit for V&A Dundee? – YouTube
  703. Labour MP Lisa Nandy indicates SNP should be excluded from UK-wide debates – YouTube
  704. Scottish Secretary Alister Jack acknowledges majority of Scots pay less tax than rest of UK – YouTube
  705. Michael Russell claim Scotland ‘pays out more than it gets back’ from UK is False
  706. Feisty Productions : That’s hut
  707. Torture survivors left with no heating due to voucher system
  708. Trident commanders ‘not legally responsible’ for nuclear attack
  709. No, “consultative referendum” is not a euphemism for “UDI”
  710. Rural areas worst hit by post office closures in Scotland
  711. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: By wide margin, Scottish voters say Holyrood should legislate for a consultative independence referendum WITHOUT a Section 30 order if London remains intransigent
  712. VIDEO: Teaser for tonight’s final installment of the Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll
  713. Baptism of fire
  714. ‘New processes’ for illegal Saudi arms sales, says minister
  715. Could Scotland hold a referendum without UK permission?
  716. “As usual, England talking over Scotland”
  717. Nicola Sturgeon’s full statement on Derek Mackay’s resignation and suspension – YouTube
  718. Trophy hunting opponents ‘unsophisticated’, says shooting group
  719. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: Day of shame for the United Kingdom as, by a convincing margin, Scots say the Section 30 rejection means the UK is “no longer a fully democratic country”
  720. VIDEO: Teaser for tonight’s latest installment of the Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll
  721. Scotland has highest rate of homeless deaths in the UK
  722. Islamist violence in Burkina Faso could displace 900,000
  723. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll: By decisive margins, the Scottish public say the election result *does* give the SNP a mandate to hold an independence referendum, and that Brexit *is* a big enough change of circumstances to justify another indyref
  724. VIDEO: Preview of tonight’s questions in the Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll on independence
  725. Scottish greyhound trainer banned for animal cruelty
  726. Feisty Productions : One step beyond
  727. Keep a light on – Newsnet.scot
  728. Scot Goes Pop / Panelbase poll on independence: Yes vote surges to 52% – the highest figure for three-and-a-half years. And pro-indy parties are on course to take 57% of the seats at Holyrood 2021.
  729. Super Survation survey sees Yes soar into slight lead
  730. Scot Goes Pop independence poll incoming: a quick video teaser about what to expect
  731. Al Jazeera film on Brexit Day
  732. Heathrow expansion to boost pollution from Scottish airports
  733. Scot Goes Pop poll update
  734. The prisoner
  735. Re-imagining Re-integration: CommonSpace Speaks to Vox Liminis
  736. ‘Words I hoped I’d never write’: Nicola Sturgeon writes to Europe on Brexit day
  737. It gives me no pleasure to say this, but a major strategic error has just been made
  738. Nicola Sturgeon: There are no ‘shortcuts’ to #indyref2
  739. The light we shine for ourselves
  740. The Betrayer
  741. When you put your life in their hands
  742. Exam help bought by private schools under review by watchdog
  743. Drama as YouGov poll shows a pro-independence majority
  744. Feeling this
  745. Breaking – Equality Nation gains right to petition EU Parliament on Scotland’s future – Newsnet.scot
  746. Robin McAlpine: There is a giant corruption at the heart of Scottish life and we need to fight it
  747. Catalans face snap election as President Quim Torra calls on independence movement to unify
  748. ‘#LeaveALightOn’: Scottish Government to signal support for EU to mark Brexit day
  749. Here we are again
  750. Beyond the Noise: Brexit day and beyond – what does it mean for indy?
  751. Michael Russell concludes the Holyrood debate on indyref2 – YouTube
  752. Claim blue passports made abroad and can’t be imported is Mostly False
  753. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #34
  754. Social and equality impacts of Brexit – Newsnet.scot
  755. Scottish Parliament votes for right to hold referendum on Scottish independence in 2020
  756. WE’RE HIRING: Reporter position
  757. Becca Bland: Estranged students deserve our attention and support
  758. MP slams ‘ridiculous’ clawback of £50 million from Universal Credit payments in single month
  759. Exporting Scotland
  760. Experts call for more controls to curb damage done by deer
  761. Around the Corner
  762. First post-election YouGov subsample has the SNP at a heady 50% of the vote
  763. ‘A first for Scotland’: New research project into the needs of estranged students launched
  764. Fears over sharp increase in Scottish crisis grants amid continuing benefits freeze
  765. Feisty Productions : A European Commission
  766. A tale of two timestamps
  767. Private finance schemes cost Scottish taxpayers £40 billion
  768. Scots homeless deaths to be officially published next month
  769. No fire in the Reichstag
  770. Police Scotland taser use up sixfold in four years – The Ferret
  771. 2,553 devices awaiting digital analysis, say police – The Ferret
  772. Mid-Galloway and Wigtown West by-election
  773. Poll/crowdfunder update
  774. Everything what goes with chips
  775. Injury risks from “weaknesses” in Ministry of Defence safety, warns watchdog
  776. Q&A with Kate Wimpress, convener of the Citizens’ Assembly of Scotland – YouTube
  777. Buccleuch Hunt accused of “mayhem” after losing control of hounds
  778. Pupils targeted by arms firm Leonardo accused of complicity in war crimes
  779. Feisty Productions : The Brit is back
  780. Could excessive timidity lead to us squandering a golden opportunity to win independence?
  781. Air pollution from traffic is getting worse on some Scottish streets
  782. An overwhelming majority of Labour party members are open to supporting an independence referendum, reveals SHOCK YouGov poll
  783. Blog break
  784. Winning back Scotland
  785. Claim Scotland needs deficit of 3% or lower to join EU is Mostly False
  786. Dugcast – 17 January 2020 – & an announcement
  787. Hubris: A Warning From History
  788. Government officials worried that tree deal with Shell was “greenwashing”
  789. The twin cheek of the twin cheeks
  790. UK tried “diplomatic blackmail” to force Mandela to buy Scottish warships
  791. The Broken Buckle
  792. The stick to beat the bully
  793. The “no legal shortcuts to independence” article relies as much on political arguments as legal ones – and those political arguments are deeply flawed
  794. Prisoners of time
  795. FUNDRAISER: Help Scot Goes Pop commission a post-election poll on independence
  796. Boris Johnson’s contemptuous letter drops all the pretence: London’s rule in Scotland is now officially a dictatorship
  797. We won’t be trapped in the shortbread tin
  798. There Is No Plan A
  799. HMP Our Precious Union
  800. Transition to a low carbon future – Newsnet.scot
  801. The wicked word
  802. Feisty Productions : Guests of the nation
  803. Alister Jack has killed Scottish unionism
  804. Call for landowners to be forced to kill more deer to protect trees
  805. Dancing in the rain
  806. Councils have sprayed 170,000 litres of weedkiller linked to cancer
  807. Sooner or later, the Westminster veto has to be circumvented – there is no realistic alternative
  808. Her Loyal Subject
  809. The certainty of Brexit ensures the casus belli for an indyref
  810. Dugcast – 10 January 2020
  811. Footage of fox hunt released amid calls for stricter laws in Scotland
  812. Successful union? Successful for whom?
  813. The Toady And The Trap
  814. There’s been a murrdurr!
  815. Watchdog probes overseas schools after claims of human rights abuses
  816. The inalienable right
  817. FFS explains: Voter fraud and ID plans
  818. British nationalism’s vested interest in misery
  819. The crucial year
  820. Feisty Productions : Not a game
  821. From the archives #12
  822. Firms linked to tax havens profit from NHS recruitment crisis
  823. From the archives #11
  824. Invitation to the IndyApp training event in Perth
  825. The president and the poodle
  826. The success story
  827. Revealed: the private schools that buy in exam help from government body
  828. The year the thistle’s bud will flower
  829. What it is to burn
  830. Dugcast – 3 January 2020
  831. From the archives #10
  832. Doing the heavy lifting
  833. Do the Corbynites have a Plan B?
  834. Crossover content
  835. The problem with the English: England doesn’t want to be just another member of a team
  836. See you in the decade of independence?
  837. 2020 visions
  838. The Hillary Step
  839. My New Year Wishes
  840. Will the real Boris Johnson show himself? – Newsnet.scot
  841. Scottish democracy can never be illegal
  842. Scottish and UK governments have no records on commercial peat digging
  843. A radical idea
  844. SNP MPs are very poorly advised to do Westminster’s work for it by using words like “illegal”
  845. The Birth Of Little England
  846. London’s pre-agreement is not needed to bring about an initial mandate for independence – even Mrs Thatcher accepted that.
  847. Claim survey found one in four want Santa gender change is Half True
  848. Deny all that’s evil
  849. May the Elves be with us – Newsnet.scot
  850. Μπορίς Τζόνσον ἐστί πρωκτός
  851. The messiah of gammon
  852. The dangerous fool
  853. The Failure
  854. The fury of a patient nation
  855. Scallop dredgers accused of sabotaging creel fishing gear | The Ferret
  856. The magic money tree
  857. No Christmas
  858. Yes, winning independence will require a measure of patience – but there must be no drift towards accepting the Westminster veto until 2024 (or beyond)
  859. Beyond the Noise: From the ruins – what next for Scottish independence?
  860. Dugcast – 20 December 2019
  861. London Will Never Give Independence – We Must Take It
  862. Except for voters in Scotland
  863. The Scottish Tories and their media allies have discovered the virtues of proportional representation – but only when it suits them
  864. Scotland’s Right to Choose – Newsnet.scot
  865. Things we told you would happen, part 99
  866. Analysis: 3 realities facing the indy movement after the Queen’s Speech
  867. ‘Washout’: Grouse moor review does not go ‘far enough’ campaigners say
  868. ‘Democracy must prevail’: Sturgeon sets out democratic case for second referendum powers
  869. The Abolition Of Sanity, Part 2
  870. The dangerous path
  871. Eagles at risk after landowning lobby delays licensing of grouse shooting
  872. Abellio to lose ScotRail contract early Scottish Government announce
  873. No More Delays
  874. ‘Appalling’: Disabled Scots unable to use half Scotland’s train stations
  875. Enemies within
  876. Same auld, same auld
  877. VIDEO: The SNP’s six best results in Election 2019
  878. Analysis: Gathering storm – why 2020 is set to be a year of tension between Edinburgh and London
  879. Green MSP launches rights bid to halt eviction of Leith resident of 27 years
  880. Rise in number of Scots new builds, but number of long-term empty houses grows
  881. Feisty Productions : Parts of the union
  882. Grasping the thistle: moving on after the election
  883. The silence
  884. The Tories told voters that this election was “one last chance” to stop an independence referendum. That chance has now gone.
  885. Senior Scottish Labour figures back second referendum as party grassroots discuss future
  886. House builders demand more subsidies from Scottish government
  887. Win for children’s groups as Scot Gov promise new guidance on school restraint
  888. The Tony Blair approach to making an independence referendum happen
  889. A starring role in Scottish history
  890. Open Letter: Scottish Labour for Radical Democracy
  891. 65% of Scots voted for parties that accept the right of the Scottish Parliament to hold an independence referendum
  892. Democracy dies when it is locked away
  893. Warning that kelp dredging trials could trigger ‘environmental destruction’
  894. It’s a shame when someone opts out, but the rest of us have got our country’s freedom to win
  895. The rotten fence
  896. Miscellaneous election stuff
  897. Hitting the fans
  898. General Election analysis: Now is the time of monsters
  899. Feisty Productions : Up until Swinson
  900. Beyond the Noise: Black Friday and a new dawn for the indy movement?
  901. Cartoon of the Week: The Nationalised Express (Cancelled)
  902. The dugcast election special
  903. Election 2019: our panel’s verdict – and what the results mean for them | The panel
  904. ‘Watershed moment’: Nicola Sturgeon to launch bid for second independence referendum
  905. Independence beckons
  906. Everywhere and nowhere
  907. Video: Reaction to Jo Swinson’s defeat
  908. Exit Poll Sensation: It could be 2015 all over again as SNP projected to win 55 seats
  909. Some thoughts on the exit poll
  910. Thoughts on the upcoming exit poll
  911. No, you don’t need bring ID or a polling card to vote in Scotland
  912. Arms firms executives could face investigation for complicity in war crimes
  913. The most important election in our lifetime – Newsnet.scot
  914. VIDEO: Anti-Brexit tactical voting guide for Scotland
  915. And now we wait
  916. This is sensational if true: Survation’s full-scale Scottish poll appears to give SNP a mammoth 19% lead. Now only one question remains: CAN WE ACTUALLY GET THE VOTE OUT?
  917. On the subject of postal votes…
  918. The oven ready chicken hiding in a fridge
  919. Fact check: Misleading political party leaflets in Scotland | The Ferret
  920. FFS Explains: what do the manifestos say about austerity? | The Ferret
  921. The battered coffee cup
  922. How the Westminster voting system (doesn’t) work – YouTube
  923. The beginning of the twist
  924. Call for UK government to “right the wrongs” of a decade of austerity
  925. SNP projected to win 41 seats in new YouGov MRP data
  926. Boris Johnson is 88% lies, the rest is just nasty
  927. The misunderstanding
  928. It’s Tuesday, so it must be MRP day
  929. Nine Minutes Later
  930. SNP target women voters with manifesto of key pledges – Newsnet.scot
  931. Johnson’s lies and deceit will ultimately deliver a better Scotland
  932. Feisty Productions : A matter of trust
  933. More information about the YouGov independence poll
  934. The BBC is the big loser in this election
  935. Thousands of callers fail to get through on rape helpline
  936. Gina Miller blasts Mike Smithson’s letter-writing antics for the Lib Dems as “extraordinarily scandalous”
  937. The lies that will consume the Tories
  938. Out of sight, out of mind: An introduction to the Tories’ media strategy – YouTube
  939. The Ringer
  940. Extinction Rebellion, Extinction Johnson’s government – Newsnet.scot
  941. Riding a bike on Boris Johnson’s ego
  942. Warning that wildlife in danger from ‘staggering’ 40% funding cuts
  943. Video: SNP on course for major gains in Scotland
  944. Up-to-date Panelbase poll suggests the SNP are still on course for significant gains
  945. Getting what you don’t wish for
  946. Because they don’t deserve it – YouTube
  947. YouGov independence polling
  948. John Major aghast at prospect of a Johnson government – Newsnet.scot
  949. The Other Guys
  950. The BBC’s reputation in Scotland will never recover from this latest unforgivable betrayal – they made this choice freely, and they can have no complaint about the consequences
  951. Tonight’s episode of “We’re talking about you not to you, Scotland”
  952. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 6 November 2019
  953. The royal prerogative
  954. It’s happening: full-scale YouGov poll gives SNP big lead over the Tories, and enormous lead over Labour
  955. Blatant plug time
  956. The logical progression
  957. BBC doubles down with arrogant reply to complaint about Andrew Neil’s factual inaccuracies
  958. Revealed: the narrowing options at secondary schools in poorer areas
  959. Two Woke Princes
  960. I support Nicola Sturgeon
  961. Solidarity with Denise Findlay
  962. Mike Smithson makes a Blair-style non-apology for his propaganda letters – but he knows he’s got this one badly wrong
  963. The Attack Of The Purity Police
  964. Vote for Richard Arkless in Dumfries & Galloway
  965. VIDEO: Are the Liberal Democrats in trouble in Scotland?
  966. Fishing industry boss backs SNP at general election – Newsnet.scot
  967. The dancing walrus and Jackson Carlaw’s surgically removed sense of shame
  968. Latest YouGov subsample paints picture of SNP dominance
  969. You can’t trust a Tory with a vow
  970. We gotta get out of this place
  971. Fact check: Sturgeon’s claim that violent crime is at 40-year low is False
  972. Vote for choice, or vote for submission
  973. Nuclear bomb programme struggled with staff shortages, says MoD report
  974. Un-national anthems
  975. No-shows, planks of wood, and androids
  976. Tories and LibDems given £658,000 by firms linked to tax havens
  977. Video: Is the Tory lead narrowing?
  978. Britain’s favourite impartial Liberal Democrat election expert Mike Smithson is BACK – and he’s writing letters again
  979. Boris VIII, England’s would-be autocrat – Newsnet.scot
  980. How to be civilised
  981. Across the road
  982. Why is John Lamont ashamed to be a Conservative? – Newsnet.scot
  983. Cartoon of the Week: The Liberal Democrats leading in offshore wind
  984. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 29 November 2019
  985. The game is still on
  986. Ministry of Defence under fire for hiding reports on nuclear safety problems
  987. Options for pro-independence voters in Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath
  988. Robin McAlpine: Simple, accurate answers for Andrew Neil’s questions
  989. Leaked US-UK documents show trade talks on ‘Trump’s terms’
  990. The lying liar who refuses to be held to account
  991. Bombshell telephone poll gives SNP mammoth 18% lead over the Tories – and puts support for independence at 50%
  992. Analysis: Voter registration spike could make election unpredictable
  993. ‘Tired of just surviving’: how care leavers are fighting back against austerity
  994. Long-awaited YouGov projection puts SNP on 43 seats – and suggests Jo Swinson is only 5% ahead in East Dunbartonshire
  995. FilmSpace: Frozen II
  996. Olivia Bridge: How high does the body count need to be before the Home Office stops turning a blind eye to trafficked women?
  997. MRP analysis shows SNP on course for a net gain of nine seats
  998. If the BBC run a ‘fact check’ on a BBC interview and find that only the interviewer got his facts wrong, shouldn’t an apology automatically follow?
  999. Even if no one is talking about it, NATO is a critical issue in this General Election
  1000. Scottish Labour criticised for defying their own members in supporting Trident renewal
  1001. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #31
  1002. General Election 2019: SNP launch manifesto to ‘lock Boris Johnson out of power’
  1003. Democracy or domination, dignity or disdain
  1004. Referendum Bill: MSPs reject 50% turnout amendment branded ‘ghost of 1979’
  1005. The bidding war
  1006. #JustSurviving: how austerity is eroding the lives of disabled people
  1007. ‘No wonder they are on strike’: Greens call on Scottish Government not to undermine university industrial action
  1008. Campaign to save Gorgie City Farm nears £100,000 target
  1009. My namesake’s attempt to rig the next independence referendum by giving the No side a “sabotage-by-boycott” option
  1010. James Kelly’s gonna party like it’s 1979
  1011. Feisty Productions : On the QT
  1012. ‘Persisting deprivation’: inside Dundee’s drugs crisis | The Ferret
  1013. ‘We need a new approach’: Engender urges Scottish Government to create a new offence on misogyny
  1014. Sam Macrae: An open letter to those wishing to become allies to estranged students
  1015. Holding power to account
  1016. Are there signs that the Tory lead may be weakening slightly?
  1017. ‘There is no safety net’: Fife’s child poverty epidemic | The Ferret
  1018. A Tory vote is a vote for a liar telling lies
  1019. Nearly all Scottish universities fail to record student suicides
  1020. Seat projection suggests SNP landslide and Lib Dem meltdown
  1021. First full-scale Scottish poll of the campaign suggests SNP vote has INCREASED
  1022. Wee Ginger Indy Stamps
  1023. Selected voices
  1024. Fnaugh-fnaughing and Swinson car crashes
  1025. How could you, Keith? You’re Cullen my dreams…
  1026. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 22 November 2019
  1027. Tory party accused of “state-sponsored misinformation” on fact checking
  1028. 1km emergency zone around cracked reactors will do, says nuclear firm
  1029. Aberdonian agony for luckless Leonard as super SNP sail serenely on
  1030. Breaking up isn’t always hard to do, part 2
  1031. The new West Lothian Question is how badly Labour are going to do in West Lothian
  1032. Roxanne Sorooshian: It’s The National’s birthday on Sunday – YouTube
  1033. “My mother didn’t want me to be cut”: female genital mutilation in the UK
  1034. Can the SNP prevent a nuclear holocaust by beating Jo Swinson in East Dunbartonshire?
  1035. Toxic and useless
  1036. War on Europe’s frontier: the Ukrainians risking their lives to join the EU
  1037. “Brazen, indefensible”: The night ITV lost the trust of Scottish viewers forever
  1038. You’d have been better off watching Eastenders
  1039. Latest YouGov average suggests the SNP are on course for twelve seat gains
  1040. Don’t forget, folks, it’s Scotland v Kazakhstan at 7.45 tonight…
  1041. Feisty Productions : No Compare
  1042. The Panel
  1043. Look out of the window
  1044. UK “democracy” proved to be a sham as London court backs ITV bid to rig the general election
  1045. The state we are in
  1046. The fruits of apartheid
  1047. Lib Dem ransom demand may ensure the SNP take the BBC to court
  1048. We are confused
  1049. Revealed: the companies in Scotland where the gender pay gap is growing
  1050. Election 2019: How marginal is your constituency over Brexit? | The Ferret
  1051. Lib Dems enter the danger zone
  1052. Going native
  1053. Dugcast – 15 November 2019
  1054. SNP win election dress rehearsal in Fife
  1055. MSP pension fund aims to be more ethical – but ups fossil fuel investment
  1056. SNP enjoy 21-point lead over the Tories in latest YouGov subsample average
  1057. The voice that must not be heard
  1058. Tartan scarf, public schoolboy, or vote for a grown up
  1059. SNP take on the broadcasters in court over the rigged leaders’ debates
  1060. Ruling allowing Serco to evict asylum seekers sets ‘dangerous precedent’
  1061. As others see us
  1062. Nicola Sturgeon speaks at the #indyref2020 rally – YouTube
  1063. Feisty Productions : Promises,promises
  1064. Feisty Productions : Election Fever
  1065. Feisty Productions : The Twilight Zone
  1066. Feisty Productions : Keep it zipped
  1067. First Scottish subsample under YouGov’s new methodology is still favourable for the SNP
  1068. Don Canleone and the Bru bottle mafia
  1069. Outclassing Paul Sweeney
  1070. Feisty Productions : Freedom come all ye
  1071. Cold war icy blast strikes at heart of Johnson’s government – Newsnet.scot
  1072. What effect will Farage’s big decision have on the election in Scotland?
  1073. Rescuing Scotland from Johnson and Farage’s UK
  1074. Rape victims billed hundreds of pounds for mobile phones seized by police
  1075. It’s the Scotland Act, not the Boris Johnson Act
  1076. A question for the BBC and Sky
  1077. Salmon farming firm under fire over fish welfare after 700,000 deaths
  1078. Red faces for the Lib Dems as Panelbase poll finds Nicola Sturgeon is more popular than Jo Swinson ACROSS BRITAIN
  1079. Saying Scotland matters
  1080. And they’re off
  1081. It’s official: the BBC have done a shameful deal with Boris Johnson – they get the ratings, he gets his rigged election
  1082. Dugcast – 8 November 2019
  1083. An all-time low
  1084. ITV dig their own grave even deeper with a comically Anglocentric justification for their rigged leaders’ debate
  1085. Silence is consent
  1086. A handy list of SNP election crowdfunders
  1087. Get it done Brexit could be in a bit of trouble – Newsnet.scot
  1088. Russian donors have given £3.5 million to the Conservative party
  1089. We are lost for words
  1090. True colours
  1091. Parents forced to pay nursery bills up to £3000 because councils refuse funding
  1092. Finding ourselves
  1093. Where’s the respect for Scotland? – YouTube
  1094. Scottish charity watchdog damns group that attacked integrity of politicians
  1095. How do you say ‘buying influence’ in Russian
  1096. Arms firms in Scotland profit from walls to keep out asylum seekers
  1097. Sky News makes brazen attempt to rig the general election by inviting the fourth-largest Commons party to a three-way leaders’ debate, but not the third-largest
  1098. When democracy becomes a sham
  1099. Green ink and chloroform
  1100. Behaviour conditioned by experience – Newsnet.scot
  1101. Election 2019: Early straws in the wind from YouGov are favourable for the SNP
  1102. Choosing the future
  1103. The North Sea oil industry’s £6.8 billion plan to breach climate targets
  1104. The Greens’ intervention in many Scottish marginal seats is not illegitimate – but it may do harm to the independence cause
  1105. ITV betrays its viewers AGAIN by doing deal with the Tories and Labour to stitch-up the election – and BBC clearly plans to follow suit
  1106. The dugcast – 1 November 2019
  1107. A letter to the Jo Cox Foundation
  1108. Analysis: Could General Election 2019 be an historic opportunity for Scottish indy?
  1109. Trending in the United Kingdom: Scexit
  1110. At the margins
  1111. Election 2019: If Brexit Party supporters in Scotland can’t vote for their first-choice party, who will they vote for instead?
  1112. The death of One Nation Conservatism
  1113. Beyond the Noise: #GE2019 at the turning point of British history
  1114. BookSpace: The Goldblum Variations; It Started in a Cupboard; Dear Girls; The Crown Agent
  1115. Robin McAlpine: This is what an independence election sounds like
  1116. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Yvonne Blake
  1117. Boris Johnson’s Broken Brexit Deadline Promises – YouTube
  1118. Nicola Sturgeon warns of ‘real and present’ Tory threat to NHS
  1119. The arsonists
  1120. The Missing Priorities Round
  1121. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Sam Bisiriyu
  1122. Three opponents for the SNP, three different outcomes?
  1123. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Atinuke Sanni
  1124. Brexit deal ‘opens the door to deregulation agenda’, Scottish Government analysis finds
  1125. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #28
  1126. Scottish Tory election campaign branded ‘duplicitous’ over Ruth Davidson leaflets
  1127. The panda election
  1128. Nigel’s Nightmare
  1129. Election 2019: the danger points
  1130. The pros and cons of backing a December election
  1131. Estimating the crowd at Scottish independence and anti-Brexit marches
  1132. Oh, Jeremy Corbyn – YouTube
  1133. A winter General Election is coming: how did that happen?
  1134. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Eyram Ahadzie
  1135. The Birds And The Bs
  1136. ‘What are ministers waiting for?’ Scottish Government urged to take action as consultation shows support for short-term let regulation
  1137. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Layla-Roxanne Hill
  1138. Will the SNP and Lib Dems bypass Labour opposition to bring about a December election after all?
  1139. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Adam Shomo
  1140. Three days in politics
  1141. Polluting Perthshire chicken factory plaguing residents with bad smells
  1142. Revive – the SNP conference fringe meeting
  1143. On a dark desert highway
  1144. FilmSpace at London Film Festival: Knives Out; Portrait of a Lady on Fire; Judy and Punch; Rocks
  1145. Labour MPs’ endless can-kicking on an election could lead to the very thing they don’t want – a No Deal exit next year
  1146. Squid trawlers under fire for entering protected waters
  1147. US ‘hate group’ linked to Trump to debate free speech in Edinburgh
  1148. Is this the most outrageously hypocritical thing Boris Johnson has ever said?
  1149. Would a general election in December help or harm the cause of independence?
  1150. Analysis: With a general election looming, everything is at stake
  1151. Robin McAlpine: Welcome back RIC – the indy movement needs you
  1152. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #27
  1153. ‘It beggars belief’: Demands grow for Ruth Davidson’s resignation over new PR job
  1154. The Saltire strikes back
  1155. Scottish Government urged to double funding for energy efficient homes to meet climate targets
  1156. Scottish Government rejects industry pleas on sick salmon photos
  1157. Big 5 oil and gas firms spent 251 million euros lobbying the EU since 2010
  1158. Is there any chance at all that Labour could lose Edinburgh South?
  1159. Fresh calls for powers over drug law to be devolved as MPs back decriminalisation
  1160. Brexit uncertainty has cost Scottish economy £3 billion
  1161. UK-wide abortion decriminalisation must follow Northern Ireland ‘victory’, campaigners say
  1162. Arms firms selling weaponry to Turkey awarded £15m of tax payers’ money
  1163. Unseasonal Elections And Their Effects
  1164. The Scotsman newspaper should be deeply ashamed of lying to its readers – yes, lying – in today’s headline about an independence poll
  1165. Scottish activists prepare solidarity demonstration as Catalan protests continue
  1166. Scottish Greens call for ‘greater universalism’ to combat problem of unclaimed benefits
  1167. Scottish Businesses and Brexit – YouTube
  1168. New nuclear submarines delayed by technical problems
  1169. Bugger this fur a gemme o sodgies
  1170. FACTCHECK: Have the SNP “gone into alliance with the DUP to kill independence”? (Spoiler: No, they haven’t.)
  1171. Anger over postcode lottery of school charges for practical classes
  1172. The unbreakable lock
  1173. “On a scale of confusion from 0 to 10…”
  1174. Are we finally moving towards clarity on the general election date?
  1175. The new terms of the debate
  1176. The ultimate Scotlanding
  1177. Councils save millions by renegotiating controversial Lobo loans
  1178. The law as a serving suggestion
  1179. Are you being served?
  1180. Dugcast – 18 October 2019
  1181. When history beckoned, Jo Swinson was caught napping (or posturing)
  1182. Brooks Was Here
  1183. Who’s being kept in the loop on Brexit? – YouTube
  1184. No, of course the SNP wouldn’t get a Section 30 order by offering to back Johnson’s Hard Brexit deal
  1185. Safety fears as Hunterston’s cracked nuclear reactors start to crumble
  1186. The road to the moral high ground
  1187. Levers of power
  1188. What happens if (when) Boris Johnson rejects a Section 30 order? – YouTube
  1189. Yesterday’s Women’s Convenor result was a moral victory, not a defeat – but only if people hold their nerve and don’t walk away from the SNP
  1190. Drugs, gold and guns bring terror to 400-mile waterway in Colombia
  1191. Arguing from a position of strength
  1192. Scotland’s top civil servant took 58 flights while telling staff not to fly
  1193. The grand strategy
  1194. False alarm: Panelbase haven’t stopped using the 2014 referendum question
  1195. The fundamentals
  1196. The one sided love affair
  1197. The soul of the SNP
  1198. The problem of England and Wales
  1199. The murder of Catalan democracy
  1200. Qatar Airways stops shipping greyhounds to China
  1201. Panelbase poll is the latest to suggest we’re on course to RETAIN the pro-independence majority in 2021
  1202. Johnson set to push UK and union off the cliff – Newsnet.scot
  1203. What’s in a question?
  1204. Gaelic bingo
  1205. Faith is always blind
  1206. Scottish councils slammed for spending ‘common good’ funds on booze
  1207. Historic breakthrough as Panelbase poll shows 50% support for independence
  1208. The broad church
  1209. The invitation
  1210. Disappointing but not remotely surprising: Stuart Campbell uses ludicrously vague “Archie Stirling”-type polling question to create the false impression of potential support for a Wings party
  1211. No operations at £27m Fife hospital since opening 10 years ago
  1212. With the bomb lighting
  1213. Dugcast – 11 October 2019
  1214. YouGov average suggests SNP remain on course for sweeping gains from both the Tories and Labour
  1215. How to tell when Kezia Dugdale is lying
  1216. The clean break
  1217. Guinness Book of Records on standby as latest Wings poll question is even more loaded than the previous ones
  1218. No-Deal Brexit may cause ‘deaths’ as Chief Medical Officer contradicts Michael Gove claim – YouTube
  1219. The Cuckoo Principle
  1220. Outrage over loch polluted by plastic waste from fish farm company
  1221. Claim that Scotland is highest taxed part of UK is Mostly False | The Ferret
  1222. The wrong sort of scooby
  1223. Revealed: multi-level teaching widespread across Scottish schools
  1224. Your chance to change the face of Scotland
  1225. Priority boarding
  1226. It’s actually pretty remarkable that two-thirds of SNP voters expect a pre-2021 indyref
  1227. Quo vadis?
  1228. Honest dirty hands
  1229. The Power of Scotland
  1230. Wings poll: Disagreement is not the same thing as “not having a clue”
  1231. The Power of Scotland
  1232. Scots greyhound sold to Chinese breeders prompts calls for export crackdown
  1233. The World Is Watching – YouTube
  1234. The mattress fire of British politics
  1235. What you want to believe
  1236. Which parties are considered most united? – Newsnet.scot
  1237. Better news for the SNP with Opinium
  1238. Marine industries must pay to protect wildlife, say environmentalists
  1239. Fines to rogue fishermen fall and illegal fishing escapes prosecution
  1240. Marching in the rain with my Uncle Shug
  1241. How would voters react to the Lib Dems in a post-Brexit election?
  1242. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 4 October 2019
  1243. Movers and shakers
  1244. Scottish families priced out of affordable housing by UK austerity policies
  1245. The Scottish Tory Wheel of Disfortune
  1246. You don’t square a circle by replacing the circle with a Lambeg drum
  1247. YouGov subsample update
  1248. Scottish Government rejects legal ban on fracking
  1249. 57 Channels And Nothing On
  1250. Groping news and Tory pollster finds for the SNP – Newsnet.scot
  1251. Armagammon and escaping unicorns
  1252. Yesbikers Thunderburgh Route from Sheriffhall to holyrood
  1253. Will Jo Swinson’s stubbornness on a Corbyn-led government make her the midwife of independence?
  1254. Opposition parties slam Tory ‘living wage’ promises as ‘playing catch-up’
  1255. A question of character
  1256. Over 60 dogs seized from suspected illegal Moray puppy farm
  1257. Two years on: Catalan independence leaders call for civil disobedience
  1258. Black History Month: Talking Black Excellence with Ashanti Harris
  1259. Dozens of greyhounds racing in Scotland test positive for banned drugs
  1260. Johnson’s hot air
  1261. A Brief Synopsis of Johnson on the Marr Show – YouTube
  1262. Better Banking – A Public-Good Banking Network For Scotland
  1263. Polls, Westminster and how come the SNP is doing so well? – Newsnet.scot
  1264. Taking our fate into our own hands
  1265. Big Enough, Smart Enough, Rich Enough
  1266. How tax haven investors profit from Edinburgh’s empty sick kid’s hospital
  1267. Councils criticised for using common good funds for foreign flights
  1268. The counsel of despair
  1269. An alternative government without Corbyn is a non-starter
  1270. The contaminant
  1271. Going down a bad road
  1272. Changes at CommonSpace
  1273. Analysis: Boris Johnson’s Trumpian outrage politics is a trap
  1274. Dugcast – 26 September 2019
  1275. The Etonian Erdoğan
  1276. Clara Ponsati and Tariq Ali to headline ‘vital’ Radical Independence Conference
  1277. Chris Cairns’ Road to Nowhere
  1278. Robin McAlpine: Welcome to ‘Frame Wars’ – where powerful people decide what words mean
  1279. ‘Resign or be sacked’: Trade secretary faces fury after further breaches to Saudi arms sale ban are revealed
  1280. Christ on a bicycle: how to avoid newbie mistakes on the Holyrood voting system
  1281. The CommonSpace Show – Youth Climate Strikes Special
  1282. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #25
  1283. ‘By far the most ambitious anywhere in the world’: Scottish Parliament backs new target of 75% carbon emissions reduction by 2030
  1284. The dodo government
  1285. Open Letter to Derek Mackay: Put the public interest at the heart of public buildings
  1286. Who needs a criminal underworld when we have Jacob Rees-Mogg and the Privy Council?
  1287. ‘This could be the beginning of the end of Big Pharma’: Campaigners react to Labour public drugs manufacturer policy
  1288. Activists and opposition parties make final demands for more ambitious #ClimateBill ahead of crucial vote
  1289. Ashley Graczyk: Please Caption This
  1290. ‘There is no functioning UK Government right now’: Nicola Sturgeon addresses Supreme Court ruling at Holyrood
  1291. It’s showtime!
  1292. Fuel Poverty Act ‘both unambitious and unrealistic’, team of energy experts argue
  1293. Feisty Productions : 11 nil
  1294. The law is not an ass
  1295. Johnson’s authority shredded – Newsnet.scot
  1296. Bobi Wine: the ‘ghetto president’ challenging Uganda’s elite
  1297. Lord Pannick on the streets of London
  1298. The solidarity of back stabbing
  1299. Waiting for democracy – Newsnet.scot
  1300. Human rights activist Gulalai Ismail flees Pakistan to seek asylum in US
  1301. Labour and Brexit: clarity at last
  1302. Richard Leonard’s Sackful of Ferrets – YouTube
  1303. A BETTER SCOTLAND
  1304. One step at a time to a republic
  1305. It’s answer time!
  1306. Woof! The best leader… for the Yes campaign
  1307. A whole sackful of ferrets
  1308. Official inspections of lice-ridden salmon farm slammed as ‘whitewash’
  1309. The Perfidious Albion clause
  1310. Accentuating the negative
  1311. Dugcast with Philippa Whitford – 20 September 2019
  1312. Police Scotland criticised over treatment of vulnerable informants
  1313. It’s quiz time!
  1314. The Queen forgot the first rule of rule-breaking: don’t get caught
  1315. The lie at the heart of the UK constitution
  1316. Flying without Wings
  1317. Flying with Wings
  1318. We stood, and we still stand
  1319. Song for 18 September 2019
  1320. Anniversary HAMMERBLOW for Boris Johnson as unionist propaganda poll spectacularly backfires: support for a second independence referendum has SOARED to 63%, and support for Scotland remaining in the UK has FALLEN
  1321. How the unionists’ secret weapon may blow up in their faces
  1322. Grasping at red white and blue straws
  1323. Here’s how YOU can help The National win over voters tomorrow – YouTube
  1324. The future of democracy
  1325. £1,800 fine for £2.35m Tory dark money trust damned as ‘derisory’
  1326. Feisty Productions : Heroes and villains
  1327. Tory ‘dark money’ trust fined £1,800 by Electoral Commission
  1328. The blawflummer
  1329. Why the Lib Dems are idiots
  1330. Bomb firm told Scottish Enterprise munitions were “key growth area”
  1331. Fact check: Claim on Labour MPs in Leave areas is Mostly False
  1332. Two faces aren’t enough for the Lib Dems
  1333. A Liberal Democrat FAQ on how liberal democracy works
  1334. The incredible sulk
  1335. Climate ‘under threat’ from new fossil fuel facilities in Scotland
  1336. Westminster politics and the twilight zone – Newsnet.scot
  1337. Arms firms in Scotland fail to make checks to prevent war crimes
  1338. Not so fast
  1339. Fantasy politics and potholes
  1340. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 13 September 2019
  1341. Police Scotland had eight reports alleging domestic abuse by officers
  1342. SNP break through 50% barrier in sparkling subsample from YouGov
  1343. Mendax, mendax, bracae in igne
  1344. Johnson’s Prorogation Pauchle – YouTube
  1345. A drop of Satan’s blood
  1346. No, of course today’s legal ruling isn’t bad news for independence. Don’t be silly.
  1347. From the Information Commissioner
  1348. The mess got messier very quickly
  1349. Wet Blanket Department
  1350. Scots Court rules prorogation unlawful – Newsnet.scot
  1351. The next indyref question will not be Remain/Leave, because that would be based on a false premise
  1352. The mess that’s getting messier
  1353. Feisty Productions : Up until Black Rod
  1354. The letter
  1355. YouGov poll shows support for holding an independence referendum has soared
  1356. Getting punched in the gob by Athena
  1357. Secretary of State for Scotland held shares in arms firm making weapons
  1358. It’s unthinkable for any progressive party not to allow its members to elect the leader
  1359. The widening chasms
  1360. The SNP may be largely insulated from the effects of a Tory/Brexit Party pact
  1361. Narrow windows
  1362. Revealed: the ‘revolving door’ between politics and lobbying in Scotland
  1363. Constitutional vandalism
  1364. The British sense of fair play
  1365. More startled fawns
  1366. Spot The Victims
  1367. The SNP may be right to ca’ canny on bringing about a general election, if only for a very short while
  1368. Carlaw is crestfallen as YouGov polling suggests the Scottish Tories are heading for a COMPLETE WIPEOUT
  1369. Startled fawns
  1370. The road to independence does not run down a Trumpian rabbit-hole
  1371. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 6 September 2019
  1372. Hopeless times
  1373. Nominations please for the Scot Goes Pop link list
  1374. Dead in a ditch
  1375. The midwives of independence
  1376. Edinburgh under fire for failing to make money from film disruption
  1377. Nicola Sturgeon to receive major European award – Newsnet.scot
  1378. The worst Star Wars movie ever
  1379. A note on this blog’s relationship with Wings Over Scotland
  1380. Does Boris Johnson want an election? – YouTube
  1381. A question of trust
  1382. Scottish drug activists urged to break law to save lives
  1383. Chaos and conspicuous lounging
  1384. First post-Boris Scottish poll puts the SNP on course for dramatic gains from both the Tories and Labour
  1385. They think it’s all over for the government…and it almost is
  1386. Feisty Productions : Late night sitting
  1387. Carry On Dishonestly: Boris Johnson’s Brexit claim – YouTube
  1388. Nuclear company under fire for dam project in Burma | The Ferret
  1389. Today is a crossroads in history
  1390. The UK’s very own LBJ
  1391. The SNP must make this an independence election
  1392. A blog post with a short shelf life
  1393. Hanging by a thread
  1394. The power of ideas
  1395. Ammonia air pollution risk as Scotland’s dairy herds grow
  1396. Operation Pantomime
  1397. FilmSpace: Pain and Glory; Crawl; Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
  1398. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 30 August 2019
  1399. Beyond the Noise: The Tory plan to weaponise pensions
  1400. BOMBSHELL POLLING ANALYSIS: Average of YouGov’s Scottish subsamples since Boris Johnson became PM puts SNP on course for SEVENTEEN GAINS, and the Scottish Tories on course for ELEVEN LOSSES
  1401. Long Read: Richard Murphy on a Green New Deal for Scotland
  1402. The Critical Citizens’ Humanifesto for a better Glasgow
  1403. How numbers work, with Paul and John
  1404. BookSpace: Constitution Street; Love, Pan-Fried; Blessed Assurance; I Go Quiet
  1405. Developer backed by Fergus Ewing required to replant wrecked pinewood
  1406. Two by-elections, two big swings to the SNP
  1407. Beyond the Noise: Not a coup – a very British dysfunction
  1408. Is there really ample time to debate Brexit? – YouTube
  1409. Put that in a graph
  1410. SNP hit back as Labour claim indyref2 should only take place after the ‘formative years’ of Corbyn government
  1411. Robin McAlpine: I’m not scared. I’m ready. And it feels really good.
  1412. Scottish Tories locate their Ruth-less streak
  1413. The end game
  1414. Yes, what happened today is a suspension of democracy, and the Queen may not be able to wash her hands of it for much longer
  1415. ‘Can we abolish the monarchy now please?’: Prorogation leads to calls for elected head of state
  1416. Survivor groups criticise “appalling” police inaction on football sexual abuse
  1417. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #21
  1418. Analysis: The British constitution is broken – now it should be dismantled completely
  1419. Predictable things
  1420. A Green New Deal for Scotland
  1421. UK Government to prorogue parliament: Reaction round-up
  1422. Coup versus coup
  1423. Boris Johnson Crosses the Rubicon: We Must React Now
  1424. Why a Green New Deal is Needed…Now.
  1425. SNP MP calls on UK Government to apologise over ‘misleading’ EU citizen settlement status adverts
  1426. The Remit and Terms of Reference of the Citizens’ Assembly of Scotland
  1427. In photos: Orkney’s renewable energy revolution | The Ferret
  1428. Poll: 88% back a legal right to adequate housing in Scottish law
  1429. Wee Ginger Kittens …
  1430. Feisty Productions : Love it to death
  1431. Remember when this happened?
  1432. The smell of panic
  1433. ‘We still haven’t been allowed to be us’: Breaking the Silence on Menopause
  1434. Boris Johnson’s Ministry of Mistruth – YouTube
  1435. Scottish Women’s Aid: Domestic abuse is the number one reason why women and children are homeless
  1436. 1971 to 2019: Bringing the story of the Chagos Islands to the Fringe
  1437. A million to one
  1438. Arms firms give MPs thousands of pounds, gifts and dinners
  1439. SNP remain firmly in the driving seat in latest YouGov subsample
  1440. ‘The case for independence needs to be inclusive’: Patrick Harvie talks indyref2, the Climate Bill and Amazon fires at the Fringe
  1441. The 51st Absolute State
  1442. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 23 August 2019
  1443. Lies, damned lies, and accounting tricks
  1444. We agree with Dorothy
  1445. The flip test
  1446. Thoughts on the upcoming Shetland by-election
  1447. The inverse miracle
  1448. No-deal Brexit ‘severe disruption’ warning from NHS in Scotland
  1449. Is the Holyrood voting system a unionist conspiracy?
  1450. Happy GERSmas day
  1451. Get off my f***ing backstop
  1452. One cracked reactor at Hunterston allowed to restart
  1453. Serco slammed for plans to attend arms fair while evicting asylum seekers
  1454. Feisty Productions : Them not you
  1455. The Great British whoopee cushion
  1456. Shelter to launch legal action against Glasgow council over homelessness
  1457. Questions of identity
  1458. When you’re 74
  1459. Anger at US golf developer’s attack on Scotland’s environmental rules
  1460. Swinson showing her inexperience and right of centre instincts – Newsnet.scot
  1461. The Wings party, and the cautionary tale of Mr Archie Stirling
  1462. SCOT goes POP!
  1463. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 17 August 2019
  1464. We Are Not Your Hostage
  1465. Common good funds falling value sparks call for reform
  1466. No, Jeremy Corbyn didn’t make a strategic mistake with his offer to stop No Deal
  1467. Jo Swinson’s shiny ego
  1468. The enemies of democracy
  1469. Brexit Party MEP’s claims Holyrood and First Minister are Mostly False
  1470. ‘Black Wednesday’: Why everyone’s talking about mental health at the fringe
  1471. Anti-eviction campaigners threaten to ‘Lock-in’ Glasgow City Council as refugees crisis rumbles on
  1472. Elephants in rooms
  1473. Hilary Long: School’s back – but what’s the rush?
  1474. ‘Not acceptable’: Youth climate strikers hit back at Edinburgh Council proposal to permit school strikes to one per year
  1475. 7 Reasons Not To Subscribe to The National – YouTube
  1476. UK government under fire for inviting ‘war crime’ states to arms fair
  1477. No Deal crash out looks to be almost unavoidable – Newsnet.scot
  1478. Why a Wings party is probably a bad idea: Part Two
  1479. Scottish trade union prevented from joining global youth climate strike due to ‘draconian anti-union laws’
  1480. Climate activists call on @ScotGov to follow New Zealand in ending support for oil & gas industry subsidies
  1481. The big idea
  1482. Analysis: The prospects for indyref2 and Jeremy Corbyn as Prime Minister are closely inter-twined
  1483. Exclusive: Asda Chief Exec claims staff are not being forced to sign new contracts despite worker claims to the contrary
  1484. Analysis: Why the Labour right refuse to accept Scottish democracy
  1485. Flying kites
  1486. STUC and Common Weal call for Ferguson Marine nationalisation to be part of long-term public infrastructure strategy
  1487. “Revenge porn” crimes rise sharply but police detection rate down
  1488. The Goriest Twelfth
  1489. Feisty Productions : The Arrangement
  1490. On Tape
  1491. 20 public bodies pressing for restrictions on public right to know
  1492. Nothing has changed: vote-splitting in Holyrood elections is still a mug’s game
  1493. Running the numbers
  1494. Hung out to dry
  1495. Book Review: Is Self-Determination a Dangerous Illusion?
  1496. Beyond the Noise: Why the British constitution is finished
  1497. Johnson and Cummings playing with fire over the Backstop – Newsnet.scot
  1498. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 9 August 2019
  1499. Honest subtitles: Ruth Davidson on John McDonnell and indyref2 – YouTube
  1500. Analysis: RBS say they’d leave an indy Scotland – but who would want them?
  1501. FFS explains: Boris Johnson and the mandate | The Ferret
  1502. Any day now…
  1503. The Federalism Fairy flaps again, again
  1504. NHS Highland director Woerden tried to hide his £155,000 salary
  1505. It doesn’t take a generation to change your mind
  1506. Every Loser Wins: How “democracy” works in Scotland as part of the UK
  1507. Voices of the colonies
  1508. Whit a fankle: Labour and indyref2 – YouTube
  1509. The arses who run what was the union
  1510. The Charlatans
  1511. Victims of sexual assaults travel 100 miles for examinations
  1512. Sacking Boris Johnson – Newsnet.scot
  1513. The wind in our sails
  1514. No appetite for indyref2? Aye right. – YouTube
  1515. Has Ashcroft poll turned Our Precious Union to ASHES? Westminster in shock as a MAJORITY of Scots now support independence
  1516. Scottish airports could lose 220,000 passengers if Heathrow expands
  1517. It’s good to be back
  1518. Some things stay the same
  1519. What the GERS figures really tell us
  1520. The Woke Party
  1521. UK arms sales condemned after 12,000 children killed or maimed
  1522. The propaganda office
  1523. Remaining open-minded about a Remain alliance in Scotland
  1524. The cut-off
  1525. The unifier
  1526. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 2 August 2019
  1527. Life coming at you
  1528. If leaving the EU is difficult, won’t leaving a 300-year-old Union be even worse? – YouTube
  1529. Probes into four safety incidents at Hunterston nuclear plant
  1530. Does an independent Scotland face a £14 billion black hole? – YouTube
  1531. Police Scotland acted as ‘private security’ for fish farm, claims campaigner
  1532. The real winner in Brecon and Radnorshire was the Welsh language
  1533. Piqued Ruth
  1534. What a difference two years makes… – YouTube
  1535. Will Scotland be sent to the back of the queue to join the EU? – YouTube
  1536. Palestinian activist and scientist Dr Mazin Qumsiyeh discusses colonialism, diversity and popular resistance ahead of Scotland visit
  1537. Will Spain use their veto to block Scotland joining the EU? – YouTube
  1538. Scottish Government departments failing on freedom of information
  1539. Slaughter of the lambs – Newsnet.scot
  1540. Analysis: How likely is an Irish border poll?
  1541. Watch: Brexit, BoJo, indy and the SNP seen from East Renfrewshire
  1542. ‘We Are One’: Scotland set for first ‘Festival of Citizenship’ 9-11 August
  1543. Boris Johnson’s trip to Scotland – YouTube
  1544. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #18
  1545. Govan’s Water Row: Gentrification or Community Asset?
  1546. Illegal fishing claims after 112 boats seen in Scotland’s protected waters
  1547. On Robertson v McAlpine
  1548. Poll: 84 per cent of Scots support tax on holiday let landlords
  1549. Council Tax ‘still almost as regressive as the Poll Tax it replaced’, report finds
  1550. Knowing their place
  1551. Val Waldron: With no easy answers, the indy movement needs healthy debate to find the way forward
  1552. Jo Swinson criticised over donor links to fossil fuels and tax avoidance
  1553. Sturgeon: Collective wellbeing, not GDP, should be the most important measure of a country’s success
  1554. Such a parcel o’ rogues 1 – Newsnet.scot
  1555. Boris Johnson leaves First Minister’s residence through back door to avoid protesters
  1556. Analysis: Boris and the Bomb – why Faslane is an apt place for the new PM’s first Scotland visit
  1557. UK austerity blamed for people in Scotland dying earlier
  1558. Plaid Cymru make history by TAKING THE LEAD in a Welsh poll for the first time ever
  1559. Memo to Boris Johnson: “awesome foursome” doesn’t actually rhyme properly in Scottish and Northern Irish accents
  1560. Standard Wales Check #2
  1561. Revealed: the 130,000 wild animals licensed to be killed by wildlife agency
  1562. Swinson Bounce? What Swinson Bounce? Despair for overrated new Lib Dem leader as three new BOMBSHELL polls show her party flatlining
  1563. FilmSpace: The Current War; Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans
  1564. The bag lady
  1565. Keep calm and carrion
  1566. Boris Johnson has declared war on Scottish nationhood
  1567. Beyond the Noise: Would universal income really challenge capitalism?
  1568. Fact Check: Claim Scots drug deaths not comparable with the UK is False
  1569. ‘This doesn’t need to be the case’: Calls for nationalisation as historic Glasgow rail depot closes
  1570. BookSpace: We Don’t Die of Love; What Magic is This?; The Living Mountain; The Art of Dying
  1571. Are we heading for an October election?
  1572. Borismaggedon
  1573. Aerial photos show Scotland’s changing landscape in new light
  1574. Wings Unclipped
  1575. First straw in the wind from YouGov suggests SNP have carried their commanding lead into the era of Johnson and Swinson
  1576. Human rights defender Gulalai Ismail in hiding after claims of terrorist links
  1577. The Oracle Hole
  1578. All hail the new Britain
  1579. Is the end NIGH for Our Precious Union? EARTH-SHAKING poll of LABOUR MEMBERS shows huge support for independence
  1580. Three years and a month
  1581. She wants “Scotland in the Yookye, and the Yookye in the Eeyowe”: now that the female Fraser Nelson is Lib Dem leader, what’s next for Scottish politics?
  1582. Discipline, determination and drive, then the date – Newsnet.scot
  1583. Revealed: European Research Group working as ‘party within a party’
  1584. What the Yes movement is really anti
  1585. Are the Conservatives heading for a pre-election split?
  1586. The Scottish Government’s first big climate conversation takes flak
  1587. Public sector accused of paying ‘lip service’ to climate emergency
  1588. Video reveals damage by illegal scallop dredging off Jura
  1589. The faithful toady
  1590. The Thing From The Crypt
  1591. Diversionary pointing
  1592. Thoughts from afar
  1593. Big Brother surveillance could discriminate against workers, claim unions
  1594. Claim ‘Welcome to Scotland’ slogan cost $162,972 is Mostly False
  1595. Grasping the thistle
  1596. Feisty Productions : Boiling frogs
  1597. Wee Ginger holidays
  1598. Phantom Power Crowdfunder Film
  1599. Scottish Enterprise urged to rule out ‘damaging’ deep sea mining
  1600. Brexit and the questions nobody is answering – Newsnet.scot
  1601. Pensioning off the pensions scare story
  1602. Scottish marine wildlife under threat from ‘smash and grab’ trawling
  1603. If the McEleny/MacNeil alternative plan isn’t even to be considered, what *is* the alternative?
  1604. Not hating – what really drives the indy movement
  1605. The Expert
  1606. The Wee Ginger Book, getting ready for the indy campaign
  1607. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 12 July 2019
  1608. Forever England
  1609. Rebellious Scots to shush
  1610. Hitch a ride on the turning tide
  1611. Nationalism and Thatessempee
  1612. In pictures: the devastated city of Mosul two years on
  1613. Scot Goes Pop fundraiser hits target
  1614. Scottish Government failing to meet rural housing targets
  1615. Money, money, money
  1616. Feisty Productions : Game Changers
  1617. Going to the head of the queue
  1618. The Screw
  1619. Retailers threaten to remove products from shops over recycling scheme
  1620. It’s perfectly possible that Yes are ahead already
  1621. Comparing like with unlike
  1622. Shout loudly and wave a fleg
  1623. Hunterston reactors under ‘enhanced’ regulation due to cracks
  1624. Small nuclear reactors for Scotland? No thanks, say experts
  1625. The four estates
  1626. Gaslighting Scotland
  1627. Field Of Dreams
  1628. Jeremy Hunt downgrades Scotland from an opinion poll democracy to an anecdote democracy
  1629. Dundee council ‘raided’ common good fund for £5.5k Lord Provost portrait
  1630. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 5 July 2019
  1631. The irrefutable argument
  1632. Life after war for Uganda’s former LRA child soldiers
  1633. The lullaby that puts the UK to sleep forever
  1634. No-Independence Day
  1635. 18,514 thankyous
  1636. Theresa’s red white and blutack
  1637. Imagine our astonishment
  1638. Claim of 82 per cent opposition to transgender Self-ID is Mostly False
  1639. Boycotting the people of Scotland
  1640. The Achievers
  1641. Explaining democracy to unionist politicians
  1642. Export licence system lets ‘illegal’ arms sales to Saudi Arabia continue
  1643. New report: South of Scotland economy faces ‘crucial turning point’
  1644. Live and in pieces
  1645. Putting Tory words in Scotland’s mouth
  1646. Biggest success/biggest disappointment: Reflections on devolution at 20
  1647. Scottish Government move to renew Ineos fracking licence ‘disappointing’
  1648. Political Jargon For Dummies
  1649. Borders in the mind
  1650. Calling all Wikipedia editors
  1651. STUC Youth Conference rejects motion in favour of keeping sexual entertainment clubs open in Glasgow
  1652. Drowning out the Bruce
  1653. Scottish fish farms using cancer-linked embalming fluid as disinfectant
  1654. Dissolve The Union, says Labour
  1655. Boris Johnson’s hapless attempt to blackmail Scotland over Brexit
  1656. 52% of Scots demand an early independence referendum in landmark Panelbase poll, as Tory myth dies
  1657. The turd way of politics
  1658. Beyond the Noise: Is the US pushing for war with Iran?
  1659. BBC2 Newsnight’s Scottish Toryfest
  1660. Gaps revealed in nuclear convoy crash preparations
  1661. Wee Ginger Dugcast – 28 June
  1662. Phil Nash: Why the Home Office’s tightening of ‘good character’ criteria could lead to sinister outcomes for immigrants
  1663. Skipper of Scots boat fined for scallop dredging off Guernsey
  1664. BookSpace: Girl in a Cage; My Name Is Monster; Our Little Secrets; Finer Things
  1665. Visit Scotland
  1666. ‘Lock Serco Out’: Campaigners take direct action against planned mass evictions in Glasgow
  1667. The Common Weal Policy Podcast – Episode #13
  1668. The pied piper of shamblin’
  1669. Robin McAlpine: Magic thinking is the indy movement’s biggest threat
  1670. Lift The Ban: Campaign Fighting to Give Asylum Seekers the Right to Work
  1671. The right to vote: A stepping stone to equal rights for refugees and asylum seekers?
  1672. Patrick Harvie calls on @ScotGov to tackle temporary teaching contracts after 40 Glasgow college staff lose their jobs
  1673. ‘Unacceptable’: Lawyers criticise legal aid funding as govt announces public consultation
  1674. ‘The most unpopular planning application in Scottish history’: Councillors vote unanimously to oppose Loch Lomond land resort
  1675. What Can a 1930’s Film Tell Us About Austerity?
  1676. Analysis: Kids not flights – Scottish Child Payment shows how progressive choices make a difference
  1677. Energy Efficient Scotland Consultation
  1678. How will we survive
  1679. The saltire piñata
  1680. Paging Carole Malone: Sorry, Carole, but every single opinion poll this year has shown that support for independence is significantly higher than 45%
  1681. Prop up your jaws
  1682. Scottish solar industry will be hit by UK Government VAT hike, energy expert says
  1683. Feisty Productions : Not my circus
  1684. ‘Duplicitous asset stripping exercise’: SNP demand £167 million as Crown Estate England & Wales boast of selling Scottish asset
  1685. Aberdeen and Falkirk Councils explore public takeover of First Bus
  1686. The iceberg and the lifeboat
  1687. Are we ready to adapt to the coming age of climate refugees?
  1688. Private US arms firms bid for Faslane nuclear base training contract
  1689. Carbon-Free, Poverty-Free
  1690. First public inquiry into Islamophobia launched in Scotland
  1691. Analysis: The Tory leadership campaign in Scotland exposes ‘One Nation’ pretensions
  1692. Beware the Scottish midgie
  1693. Gas leak at Mossmorran plant in Fife prompts safety probe
  1694. Exclusive: Serco apologises for sending asylum seeker false eviction letter
  1695. Sarah Glynn: Erdoğan has been humiliated by Istanbul election re-run defeat
  1696. A failure of balance
  1697. Moments of Freedom: New Scots women in Clydebank on their Refugee Festival event
  1698. Bombshell Panelbase poll shows support for independence at a three-year high – even without Boris Johnson as PM
  1699. A question of character
  1700. Safety risks exposed by nuclear bomb convoy exercise in Scotland
  1701. Wind of change blowing backwards through Britain – Newsnet.scot
  1702. A ‘watertight ban’: Public consultation begins on member’s bill to ‘end hunting for good’
  1703. The imperfect kiss