The case for #IndyRef2 after the election

By Eszter Tarnai Scottish Independence has been a divisive issue in British politics for almost a decade now and is still a relevant debate five years after the Independence Referendum and approaching a General Election. Since then, the Brexit vote has came and gone, but how has it affected the attitudes towards independence? How will that pan out during the General Election? What are the parties saying? And will there ever be another referendum? Dr Murray Leith, Reader in Politics at UWS says “Roughly about a third of the SNP supporters and roughly a third of their membership are Brexiteers. But, … Continue reading The case for #IndyRef2 after the election

Politician aims to bridge gap between generations as he runs as youngest candidate in Scotland

By Calum Brown Cameron Glasgow, a 19-year-old from West Lothian, is the first candidate to run for the Green Party in Livingston, in a general election, since 2004. The Green candidate decided to take a year out before committing to … Continue reading Politician aims to bridge gap between generations as he runs as youngest candidate in Scotland

Johnson launches Scottish Conservatives manifesto

by Darren Gibson The Scottish Conservatives‘ launched their general election manifesto today at a packed conference hall in Fife. Jackson Carlaw, acting leader of the Scottish Conservatives, opened proceedings on the offensive: “We’ll let the SNP MP’s carry on just as … Continue reading Johnson launches Scottish Conservatives manifesto