On 18 September voters in Scotland will choose whether Scotland remains part of the United Kingdom or becomes an independent
By the age of 10, I was already well adjusted to the threat of violence. In some ways, violence itself
So the games are over. Who among us didn’t enjoy the spectacle, and who didn’t feel at least a little
It is an irony not lost on Patrick Harvie and others in the Scottish Green Party that the independence referendum
Long distance relationships aren’t easy. But distance can provide the time and space to reflect inwardly and quietly about ourselves.
Let’s start with the facts. I was born 1955 in Saltcoats and spent my childhood yearns in The Swinging Sixties.
Like all good love stories, my involvement with Scotland started slowly. It wasn’t love at first sight but when has
There won’t be many people reading this who haven’t skipped school, been too hungover for a lecture or thrown a
This is a speech taken from National Collective Presents… at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe on Saturday 16th August 2014. Like
From the recent #ScotDecides debate, one would think that the Yes campaign has been absolutely crushed under the genius play