First off, something that may shock you: I don’t blame the politicians for the Brexit bungle. Well, not entirely. There is a lot of stubbornness, an unwillingness to compromise, and too many are pursuing other agendas, in the SNP’s case it is for Scottish independence, while Labour has been driven to undermine Theresa May and thereby trigger a general election.
As I See It
No one needs reminding that the short history of Edinburgh’s new age trams is not a glorious one. The long delays, the humungous overspend and the huge embarrassment that the project imposed on Scotland’s capital will live long in the memory.
Campaigners wanting to remove Glasgow street names linked to the slave trade should instead focus on modern slavery, writes Shan Saba
If you read my previous article you’ll recall that I referred to the investor gloom and panic that swept the world, creating record dumping of equity funds, as millions of “savers” blindly rushed to “safety” in the form of bonds, cash and various esoteric sectors which change their names to protect their absolutely duff returns.
A recent report on the employment prospects of computer science graduates in Scotland gives a slightly confusing view of the fantastic employment opportunities that exist in the sector.