As Josh Littlejohn says, the World’s Big Sleep Out send a message to our political leaders about the need for compassionate policies and solutions to homelessness and the global refugee crisis, writes Angus Robertson.
Boris Johnson’s decision to shun a TV leaders’ debate on climate change – described as “shameful” by naturalist David Attenborough – shows this vital issue is not a high enough priority for the UK Government, writes Angus Robertson.
South Africa’s victory in the Rugby World Cup will inspire a new generation of Springboks and while it may dismay England fans, they can still look back on an impressive win over the All-Blacks, writes Angus Robertson.
Independence momentum is growing in Scotland as the UK’s Brexit mess continues. Poll details published at the weekend show that support for independence has reached tipping point at 50 per cent, writes Angus Robertson.
The transition is now complete. Having previously sought to portray themselves as something different, more moderate and electable, the Scots Tories have now fully embraced the extreme Boris Johnson Brexit agenda, writes Angus Robertson.
Given how truly awful both Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn are as political leaders, it really is disappointing to see them matched by the new head of the Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson, writes Angus Robertson.
Edinburgh is set for an exciting transformation over the next decade. Scotland’s capital city will make wide-ranging transportation and environmental reforms which will have a big impact for both residents and visitors alike.