This is no longer just a question of yes and no. It is, rather, a question of whether we want a fully functioning, vibrant Scottish democracy with every available power – or direct rule from a political culture at odds with our worldview, democratic culture, aspirations, health and economic wellbeing.
On 1st July 1999, the Scottish Parliament was reconvened…..
Review of ‘How Scotland Lost Her Parliament and what came of it’ by Charles Waddie, 1891, available now on the Random Scottish History website.
stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and considers that the UK Government must immediately suspend all export licences for tear gas, rubber bullets and riot gear to the US
“It’s been a privilege to serve Inverness and the Highlands and Islands throughout my career but it’s time to move over for new blood.”
Improving the welfare of dogs and puppies is the subject of a Bill introduced to the Scottish Parliament on 1st of June.
The impact of Covid-19 on Scotland’s transport services and the rural economy is to be investigated by MSPs.
Are Our Food Standards and Farming Industry Under Threat of a ‘Stack it high, Sell it low’ Mindset ?
“We must maintain our integrity throughout everything that we do—environmental standards, animal health and welfare and so on.” Jonnie Hall, Director of Policy for NFU Scotland
“if we consistently do lots of things that have a small effect, they add up to a significant outcome.”
“Fire sprinklers have been proven time and time again to be effective in the fight against fire and I know that this move will save lives.”