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Alyn Smith is one of Scotland’s six Members of the European Parliament. He is a member of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Commitee.
BEN MACPHERSON was an 18-year-old Labour Party member
“THERE’S nothing I wouldn’t do for independence,” writes
IT WASN’T very long ago that it genuinely seemed just
ALL GREAT stories – even moderately interesting ones
MEMORY is a strange thing. I can be halfway up the
IN OCTOBER last year, the British government decreed
AS HUMAN beings we belong to the class of animals known
ONCE both a plaything of the wealthy and a means of
Billy Kay is the author of Scots The Mither Tongue and over the next few months, he will tell the story of the Scots language from its ancient origins to the present day.
NOTWITHSTANDING some outrageous union-flaggery in recent
THIS MONTH we will be dealing with two separate but
Esther Inglis and Scottish Jacobean Culture
from QUINES: Poems in tribute to women of Scotland
Dad and Blaze are away doing important stuff, and I
The settlement is not shown on even the oldest Ordnance
LITTLE is more precious than a comfortable, safe home
LIES, LIES and more lies. That’s what Brexit has shown
I HAVEN’T seen the film, “Bird Box” and I don’t have
HAZEL DIED on a Tuesday, which was kind of bizarre
EVERY so often my nephew Andrew comes to visit us.
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