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12 issues per year Write Review From $1.92 per issue 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.

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iScot Magazine  |  November 2016  




November Edition 2016 issue Number 23

The one with Nicola and Saltire 2020 Vision

A bumper 116 pages choc full of the best of Scottish writers today.

Robbie Dinwoodie - Ben Thomson - The Legacy

Alyn Smith MEP - A conference update - Focused

David Bowman Interview - Les Huckfield - ex Labour MP "It's Labour for me... but not in Scotland"

David James Hood - A perfect storm

Jason Michael Mc Cann - The Alex Salmond Interview

Will McLeod - How disasters look good ...on paper

Wee Ginger Dug - They're all so pretty vacant

Derek Bateman - Doing Middle Class

Tom Morton - Sticky Aberdeen - the New Birmingham?

Dr Steve McCabe - Fit to Lead?

Tom Morton - Scotch and Spirit

Jennifer Harper Feature - Simon Community Scotland

Mary Edward - Short Story - The Gift

Grouse Beater - Investigating Gorbal's boy Alan Pinkerton PI

Rachel Gillon - Food for thought

Zoe Weir - Glasgow Tobacco Barons

Peter A Bell - Forget Darien, this is the bigee - The Madness of Men

David McVey - Short Story - A Nation Decides

Major Bloodnok - Agony Aunt - He knows, you know
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.

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iScot Magazine

Super magazine with interesting articles which are really well written. Reviewed Tuesday, June 23, 2020
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iScot Magazine

A bit middle class trendy Reviewed Tuesday, June 2, 2020
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iScot Magazine

Beautifully produced, well worth the money! Reviewed Sunday, March 1, 2020
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Compulsory Reading for those in search of the real Scotland

Beautifully put together magazine. The quality of production and writing demonstrate that this is a labour of love. Layout and graphics are frankly gorgeous, a credit to the talent that exists but is all too frequently ignored in our nation. Quality of editorial is first class, a good mix of comment, politics and lifestyle. Its right up there with Scottish Field, but without the gun toting narcissism. If you want to know, to really know about the mood and the real feeling of Scotland, beyond the MSM soundbite, this is the glossy, velvet rope entrance to the rabbit hole. Reviewed Thursday, June 27, 2019
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Very enlightening

Even though I live in the States I find aScot to be very interesting. It keeps me up to date on all the important issues facing Scotland today. Reviewed Thursday, March 28, 2019

Articles in this issue

Below is a selection of articles in iScot Magazine November 2016.

Voice from Europe Alyn Smith is one of Scotland’s six Members of the European Parliament. He is a member of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee and Scotland’s representative on the Agricultu...
‘It’s Labour for me... but not in Scotland’ Independence the priority, says ex-MP Huckfield IN the first of a series of iScot Question & Answer features, DAVE BOWMAN asks former Labour MP, Industry Minister, MEP and National Exec...
A Perfect Storm Small Business, Europe and Competitive Advantage AT a time of tremendous uncertainty in business, where Scotland is facing extraction from the EU against its will, we ironically have never been...
‘Arc of Prosperity’ ...it’s back SOME EIGHT years ago at Harvard University Alex Salmond, then First Minister, described his ambition for Scotland to become a “Celtic Lion” economy. In that speech he suggested that we cou...
Letter from America An American Perspective How disasters look good ... on paper Skies over Florida during Hurricane, 2004 Will McLeod grew up in Florida. That means I’ve lived through a number of ...
Wee GingerDug They’re all so pretty ... VACANT For months the new government of Thrasher Mayhem has been telling us that Brexit means Brexit. It was a tautological nothing that served to keep the Tory party ...