By Campbell Finlayson Today is the last day that you will be able to register yourself to vote in next month’s General Election. To vote on December 12th, British citizens who haven’t previously voted have to register via the UK … Continue reading Last chance to register to vote in General Election
By Harris Cumming MORE than three years after the UK voted to leave the EU, the British public witnessed yet another extension to the Brexit deadline yesterday. The news left many feeling perturbed and desperate for the seemingly ceaseless process to reach its ultimate conclusion. However according to experts, this frustration could have potentially severe implications for the UK economy. Barry Reilly, Professor of Economics at the University of Sussex, argues that the threat of Brexit has already inflicted damage on the UK economy and that this new deadline will exacerbate this further: “Certainly for agents in the economy, firms, … Continue reading Never-ending Brexit saga more destructive than a bad deal?
by Ryan Brown On June 23 2016, the United Kingdom voted by a majority of 51.9 per cent to leave the European Union but what really led to the political mess that we are in? In times of uncertainty, we tend … Continue reading What Really Caused Brexit?
A series of social shorts from the MA cohort in Broadcast Journalism, 19/20 at UWS Ayr discussing social housing. Continue reading MA Social Shorts On Scottish Housing
By Jack Ewing Picture Source: Gordonstoun Twitter page Common sense, common ground and a common purpose are sorely missing from our dialogue in today’s often tribal political setting. An event going on over the next few days at a … Continue reading Learning to Listen: Finding Common Ground for Our Common Good