SNP member teacher blasts the Scottish Government’s record on education

By Jack Ewing   In a letter to the First Minister, published in the Scottish Education Journal, a teacher from Fife criticised the Scottish government saying that he saw ‘little evidence’ of education being a top priority for the government. Dean Scott, from Fife, said the government was using education as a ‘bargaining chip’ and for ‘political point scoring’. Scott, who is an SNP member, … Continue reading SNP member teacher blasts the Scottish Government’s record on education

Consultation on Scots defamation law – Have your say!

By Eszter Tarnai A review to change defamation law in Scotland has been launched by the Government today. The aim is to keep up with the ever-changing world of social media in the 21st century. Damaging an individual’s reputation through false communication, or defamation is a growing concern in Scotland, especially online, with the growing popularity of social media. According to Community Safety Minister Ash … Continue reading Consultation on Scots defamation law – Have your say!

BREAKING: Theresa May warns: “Parliament paralysis more likely to lead to no Brexit rather than no Deal”

By Jack Ewing Speaking a short time ago from a factory in Stoke, Theresa May warned MP’s both no deal and no Brexit would be “Damaging and Catastrophic”, as she urged MP’s to back her deal. Theresa May called on MP’s to back her deal as not doing so would in her opinion risk the referendum result not being implemented. Ahead of tomorrow’s vote, Theresa … Continue reading BREAKING: Theresa May warns: “Parliament paralysis more likely to lead to no Brexit rather than no Deal”

Young Scots Voice Concern Over Brexit

By Jacob Toland Young Scots today voiced their concerns over how Brexit could shape up with the current deal on the table between Brussels and Westminster. Their worries come on the back of the advocate general to the European Court of Justice claiming that the UK could unilaterally revoke its withdrawal from the European Union. Manuel Campos Sanchez-Bordona announced that the United Kingdom can decide … Continue reading Young Scots Voice Concern Over Brexit

Theresa May in Scotland to defend Brexit deal

By THEODORE ANTONIOU After winning the support of the EU leaders with her Brexit agreement during the weekend, the Prime Minister is in Scotland in an effort to win over the Scottish public. Along with the Scottish public, May will try to win over as many MP’s as possible in the following days, as she has faced strong criticism from representatives of all parties- even … Continue reading Theresa May in Scotland to defend Brexit deal

Far Right Supporter Dropped from Italian Football Team

BY Ludovica Maria Muttini The women’s team captain, Concetta “Titty” Astarita, was dropped from Afro-Napoli United after announcing her candidacy as a member of the far-right League political coalition run by Matteo Salvini’s in the upcoming local elections. Afro-Napoli United woman’s team refused to play last Sunday at the Scafoglio Stadium just outside Naples, in protest of the exclusion of the captain. The team’s president … Continue reading Far Right Supporter Dropped from Italian Football Team

Scottish Labour Call to Scrap Controversial P1 Testing

By Erin Kearns Scottish Labour have lodged a parliamentary motion at Holyrood calling for the standardised National testing of Primary 1 pupils to be abolished. East Lothian MSP, Iain Gray, pictured above, will table a motion calling for the standardised national testing to be scrapped for the young pupils after feedback from teachers claims that their Primary 1 pupils have been left shaking, crying and … Continue reading Scottish Labour Call to Scrap Controversial P1 Testing

End Scottish Punishment on Police VAT Says SNP MP

By Nicolle Cassels SCOTTISH SNP MP Marion Fellows described the VAT on emergency services as a “Punishment for Scotland”. The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, is expected to lift the VAT on police and fire services in Scotland during todays budget reveal. She branded the Conservatives as “The enemy of public services” and urged that the VAT charges from the past 4 years ,which amount to £140 million, … Continue reading End Scottish Punishment on Police VAT Says SNP MP

Zimbabwe Parliament Begins Impeachment Movement

By Erin Kearns. FORMER vice-president of Zimbabwe, whose firing caused last week’s army takeover, has called for President Mugabe to immediately resign. Emmerson Mnangagwa stated that he would not return until his safety was guaranteed. In a statement made from an undisclosed location, he said: “Given the events that followed my dismissal, my security details assigned to me and at my residency were immediately withdrawn. … Continue reading Zimbabwe Parliament Begins Impeachment Movement