If we look at the longer history of strife at the Grangemouth refinery we get a clearer picture of Scotland’s place in the world. It makes clear the need to build Scotland a new place in the coming world.
In Scotland we tend to take an excessively positive position on the European Union. But after spending time with experts from a dozen European countries, there aren’t many others who share our optimism.
iPadgate didn’t ‘just happen’, it is the consequence of incompetent decision-making by the SNP, not Matheson. If it doesn’t stop, the damage may become unrecoverable.
Once again Scotland is giving away its future potential to foreign owners, meaning Scotland gets almost nothing out of it. When will we learn that you make your assets work for the public good or you fail?
A few web searches will reveal that the UK media is, as one, suppressing and hiding crucial information about the world from you. It is no longer wise to assume that you’re being told the truth.
Air Source Heat Pumps are presented as the solution to decarbonise heating, but the debate so far has failed properly to take account of problems and limitations – and there are plenty
This is a great week for climate change deniers and a disaster for children – so it is helpful to understand properly the three political philosophies which offer an alternative. They’re not all equal.
There is a subject on which the Scottish public are particularly dissatisfied with current policy which the political parties don’t seem to realise. What is it? And why don’t the politicians get it?
We’re in another round of asking why we haven’t generate the jobs in the green economy various politicians have promised. It is about time we stopped and actually paid attention to the answer.
Current SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon says this leadership election is being run like all other elections in the SNP and doesn’t see what the objections are about. Does either claim stand up to scrutiny?
The Scottish Government is trying to ‘lever in’ private funding to profit from tree planting in Scotland. The direct consequence of this will be something akin to ‘reverse land reform’, pricing another generation off the land.
The UK’s debt and speculation model is hitting the buffers – Scotland could offer citizens a completely different approach