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Iain Gray: Call Swinney to account for catalogue of failures

Writing for the Scotland on Sunday this weekend, Labour Education spokesperson Iain Gray outlines the challenges facing John Swinney in the Education brief and calls for Holyrood’s education committee to investigate falling attainment in Scotland’s exam results. In the coming weeks school children begin returning to school, reenergised by six weeks or so of holiday, spent for the lucky ones, […]

In pictures: Hundreds protest in Glasgow against ‘BBC bias’

A couple of hundred protesters gathered outside of the headquarters in Glasgow on Saturday afternoon to protest against what they describe as “ bias”. • View the full album The rally at Pacific Quay saw demonstrators call out the for not representing the “voices of the people of Scotland”. Hundreds of people waved Wings Over Scotland flags, Saltires and anti- […]

Irvine man killed in motorbike and tractor collision on A77

A biker has died in a crash with a tractor. Colin Rutherford, 59, from Irvine, was riding a Harley Davidson on the A77 when the accident happened around 9am on Saturday. Emergency services attended but he died at the scene, near to the junction with Floak Quarry in East Ayrshire. The 60-year-old man driving the John Deere tractor did not […]

Pussy Riot founder slams Alex Salmond’s Russian TV hosts

A founding member of the Russian punk group Pussy Riot has accused western politicians who work with her country’s state media of “supporting terrorists”. Maria Alyokhina said it was “awful” that figures such as former First Minister Alex Salmond had chosen to work with Russia Today, the Kremlin-backed TV channel, helping to give the broadcaster credibility in the West. Alyokhina, […]

Euan McColm: At the mercy of ideologues who won’t face facts

The march of progress has been stopped in its tracks by political dogma and prejudice, writes Euan McColm. The economist John Maynard Keynes is often quoted as responding to a challenge over a shifted position by saying, “When the facts change, I change my mind.” There is some debate over whether Keynes ever actually uttered those words – or a […]

Government ready with Plan B for Named Person

Anti-Named Person campaigners have accused the Scottish Government of trying to implement the controversial scheme by the back door even if the legislation fails. The accusation was made after documents retrieved via Freedom of Information showed that having a “Plan B” if MSPs reject the proposals was discussed at a meeting of unnamed government officials and advisers. A note of […]

Shabnum Mustapha: Advertising standards tough on obesity

While it’s summer holiday season and we’re basking in the good weather, this can also be a time when some of us over-indulge. Sometimes that extra helping of ice cream can be just too tempting. When it comes to what we eat and drink, most would argue that it’s about personal choice and responsibility. But what happens when a significant […]