By Rebecca Tierney The campaign to draw attention to women’s safety on nights out after a series of spiking incidents will lead a Scotland-wide boycott of nightclubs tonight (Thursday). Girls Night In […]
By Rebecca Tierney In July, Boris Johnson’s former press secretary Allegra Stratton said people could join the Green Party in their fight against climate change. In response to what members of the […]
As Scotland’s youngest pupils begin a phased return to schools next Monday, a mother-of-three and a primary school teacher share their perspectives.
By Layla Maguire Despite the developments with the COVID-19 vaccination, there is no cure for the mental distress that the pandemic has caused millions of people across the globe. The effects of […]
By Kevin Craigens Trade Unions are calling for food retail workers to be vaccinated as a priority alongside other key workers, such as NHS staff and support workers. This comes in the […]
By Kevin Craigens THERE will likely be a substantial increase in the amount of postal votes used in the upcoming Scottish elections in May says the Electoral Management Board for Scotland (EMBS) […]
By Kevin Craigens THERE is no predetermined format to when a new indy ref can take place says Angela Crawley, SNP MP for Lanark and Hamilton East. In an exclusive interview with […]
The latest news and sports headlines from 4th Year BA Journalism and Sports Journalism Students at 11am on Friday the 6th of November.
By Hannah Scott. Are you a young person? Are you going to vote in this general election? Do you want to see a change in government? Then your country needs you. But […]
By Jack Ewing What both major parties want most for Christmas is to be given a majority by the public. The voters may have other ideas. Hung parliaments have been the […]