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iScot Magazine  |  October 2016  


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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iScot Magazine

The breadth and quality of the features in this magazine are superb and reflect life in modern Scotland. There is no other magazine covering Scottish issues that comes even close to iScot. ?? Reviewed Sunday, October 4, 2020
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Super magazine with interesting articles which are really well written. Reviewed Tuesday, June 23, 2020
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A bit middle class trendy Reviewed Tuesday, June 2, 2020
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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

Articles in this issue

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

Voice from Europe Remaining in the EU By Alyn Smith MEP 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 repr...
Malcolm Chisholm Man o independent mind by Robbie Dinwoodie WITH FIRST MINISTER Nicola Sturgeon having launched a fresh conversation with Scottish voters to persuade them of the merits of independence, she could do w...
The Essential Nationalist by Peter A. Bell As a young child at school, I was often beaten for saying ‘aye’ instead of ‘yes’; or ‘disnae’ instead of ‘doesn’t’; or even ‘ye’ rather than ‘you’. Woe betide the bairn who utter...
Letter from America Hilary and the US Media An American Perspective By Will McLeod, New York IMAGINE the warped view of Scotland that many Americans have today, thanks to what we’re told by the British media. I hav...
Lets Talk GERS By Dr Craig Dalzell THE 24th of August saw the publication of the 2015-16 edition of the Government Expenditure & Revenue Scotland report, also known as GERS. In one substantial sense this has...
Wee Ginger Dug Have a nice cold bowl of BREXIT by Paul Kavanagh THERE’S NOT much left about Great Britain to justify the qualifying adjective great. But our political masters in the Tory party still inhabit a me...