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Welcome to issue 57 of our award winning iScot Magazine. Our front cover of ’Sneerining Brittania’ has been drawn by Glasgow artist Alex Eeles and is based on iScots Gordon Craigie’s feature on ‘A Not So Random Scottish History’ We will be reprinting sections of the forthcoming hardback by Jenny & Alex Eeles in future issues.

As we go to print we’ve just heard that the UK has been granted a further extension to our delayed ‘Brexit’ and we are therefore wondering how exactly PM Credibility Johnson is planning to explain away his emphatic “rather die in a ditch than delay Brexit” promise. Oh what exciting times we live in!

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