Brexiteers triumphed in the EU referendum by persuading people that their problems were caused by Brussels bureaucrats and immigrants. When Brexit happens, we should all be worried about the backlash as it becomes clear this was untrue, writes Kenny MacAskill.
A recent presentation by Ken Russell of JG Russell Transport and Morwen Mands of the Highland Spring Group at Blackford, below the rolling Ochils of Perthshire, slaked the thirst of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport for a model of how to embed sustainability in Scottish business.
The Bethany Christian Trust’s Buy a Bed scheme is an opportunity to sponsor a bed in a winter care shelter for a rough-sleeper for £21, which is something to consider when two homeless people die every day, writes Ian Murray.
Glasgow Science Centre’s forthcoming innovation exhibition, Idea No59, should encourage everyone to consider how society is being shaped by technology and how we need to inspire the next generation of experts in STEM subjects, writes Rear Admiral John Weale.
Council by-elections and polls suggest Labour risks going the way of the dinosaurs as traditionally left-wing voters hold their noses to back the Tories because of fears over the Union or in the hope that the party will pick a more moderate leader after a big defeat, writes Conservative MSP Murdo Fraser.
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