On the 18th September, I will be voting both ways. I’ll be voting: No to bailing out banks. No to
This campaign has been the most thrilling I’ve ever witnessed. I’ve covered many as a presenter and reporter. I’ve watched
In the early 80’s I became politically active in London. Scotland? I couldn’t wait to run away from a drug
I am a lecturer in Contemporary Performance Practice at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland – that is my job –
Sixteen years ago this month my dad drove me and a small car load of my worldly possessions (including a
My Father was a staunch Tory. A supporter of Thatcherism in the 1980s. We spent many a Sunday afternoon discussing
Democracy has awakened. Wiping the sleep from its eyes, its morning stretch can be heard in the bowels of Westminster.
Speech originally presented at the National Collective #YesLive event at Dunfermline’s Alhambra Theatre, Saturday 6th September. Before I speak about
Any campaign lasting several years can seem like a hell of a long time no matter what the issue. When
I realised that I supported Scottish independence when I was living in London. I had English friends, an English boyfriend.