Book Review of Leaving Alexandria by Richard Holloway
Richard Holloway, erstwhile Anglican priest and bishop, has written many books. The latest is his autobiography, and it may we…
On Wednesday this week, GSEN and the Yunus Centre at Glasgow Caledonian University launched the GSEN/Yunus Centre Social Business Award. Susan Aktemel (Impact Arts and Chair of GSEN), sharing the plat…
Salmond and Murdoch: this friendship is bad for Scotland
The Herald Scotland, by Iain MacWhirter
Why do political leaders, even in Scotland, worship at the tawdry court of The Sun king Rupert…
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