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iScot Magazine Issue 59 January/February Back Issue

View Reviews   |   Write Review Only £0 iScot Magazine is a new multi-media current affairs and lifestyle publication, packed with news and quality features, photographs and video about Scotland crafted for a global audience. .. read more

iScot Magazine offers a fresh view of what’s happening today in one of the oldest nations in the world. Bold, informative, entertaining and 100 per cent pro-Scottish this is a high quality magazine for Scots of all backgrounds and beliefs. iScot Magazine delivers a new multi-media platform which includes a digital magazine to report on stories and angles often missed by the mainstream media.

Although iScot Magazine has been designed specifically for the digital age and can be read on any tablet or mobile device, a 116 page high quality glossy version is also available from selected newsagents or by subscription at www.iscot.scot/subscribe  read less
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iScot Magazine  |  Issue 59 January/February  


Issue 59 of iScot Magazine is now available for download.

The last issue before Brexit !

Jings, Crivvens, Help Ma Boab!
iScot Magazine is a new multi-media current affairs and lifestyle publication, packed with news and quality features, photographs and video about Scotland crafted for a global audience.

iScot Magazine offers a fresh view of what’s happening today in one of the oldest nations in the world. Bold, informative, entertaining and 100 per cent pro-Scottish this is a high quality magazine for Scots of all backgrounds and beliefs. iScot Magazine delivers a new multi-media platform which includes a digital magazine to report on stories and angles often missed by the mainstream media.

Although iScot Magazine has been designed specifically for the digital age and can be read on any tablet or mobile device, a 116 page high quality glossy version is also available from selected newsagents or by subscription at www.iscot.scot/subscribe
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Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in iScot Magazine Issue 59 January/February.

Dear Reader A very warm welcome to issue 59 of our labour of love. It’s a bittersweet time for me, it’s fantastic that we’ve managed to produce another braw issue, but it’s also the last issue before Scot...
The Dinwoodie Interview by Robbie Dinwoodie HARRY BURNS is one of the most modest people I’ve ever interviewed. And he probably has the least to be modest about. He answers to the somewhat gran...
Britain Plays to Win by Jason Michael McCann NEVER IN our lives have we witnessed a British election quite like this. Not even the last few desperate weeks of the 2014 Scottish independence referendum cam...
Enough! By Peter A Bell I WRITE THIS as a citizen of Europe. By the time you read it I will have been reduced, by no choice of my own, to a disregarded, discounted, disrespected cipher...
Down with the federation by James Kelly AS THEY SAY in the chocolate factory, “Oompa Loompa doompadee doo, I’ve got another puzzle for you”. Why do we treat the word ‘federalism’ as if it’s a synonym f...
Talking Talking by Rab Bruce’s Spider Twitter @RabBrucesSpider DECEMBER’S General election produced very contrasting results for those of us who support the idea of Scotland becoming a normal, selfgovernin...

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