“Scotland must look to the blue-sky ambition of Andrew Carnegie, James Watt and its titans of the First Industrial Revolution if it is to power into the Digital Age as a modern, enterprising economy.” (Read More)
The 27th of January 2017 will bring an end to twenty-one years of hope, speculation and anticipation when Trainspotting 2, squeal to Danny Boyle’s generation-defining cult classic Trainspotting (1996), hits cinema screens across the UK. (Read More)
In an era which has seen antipathy and mistrust towards the political classes mount to such levels as to give rise to the likes of Donald Trump, few politicians from the political mainstream can be deemed genuinely popular. And yet, the presidential-style campaign lead by the young, gregarious, kick-boxing, tank-straddling, former Territorial Army signaller struck a chord with voters in a way in which precious few in Ruth Davidson’s party could ever hope to emulate.