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October 2016 Edition The one with the "EAT YOUR CEREAL" COVER Robbie Dinwoodie has an exclusive interview with Malcolm Chisholm Peter A Bell on the Essential Nationalist and why a form of cultural oppression has been going on for years in the classroom Will McLeod in New Yorks writes on Hilary and the US Media Dr Craig Dalzell on the subject of GERS Wee Ginger Dug - Have a nice cold bowl of Brexit The Most Excellent Tom Morton on Finding good whisky at reasonable prices. Delia Forrest in Barcelona - Independence, at what price? Photo Essay by Top Photographer Simon Mayson Prof Steve Peers of Essex University - Can Scotland stay in the EU as part of the UK after Brexit? Jennifer Harper- a Basic Income Guarantee Payment + a Glass Act Dr Steve McCabe - Protecting Vulnerable Adults Ann MacLaren - James MacLaren and Fortingall Dave Bowman - Ewan MaColl iScot Short Story - Lunch at the Palazzo iScot Book Review - Par for the Ladies Rachel Gillon - Preserving Scotland's culinary heritage Grouse Beater - My Life as a Hero Mary Edward - The Govan Stones Fiona Nicholson - Bio-Assistance Dogs David McVey - Industrial Idyll - Inchcailloch - Loch Lomond Major Bloodnok - The guvnor

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