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Articles, Interviews, and Stories from the ISP and Guest Contributors from around Scotland

Electors and successions

In the article, ‘Purring With Displeasure’, I last week described how we haven’t faced a situation where two parliaments are sitting, one in Edinburgh and

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Without Claim of Right

The constitutional position of monarchy being paramount ensures that even when we eventually secure independence, England’s Tory ministers will still be able to interfere in

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A History of Violence

The lessons of history are so poorly observed, we may as well be looking at the past through a telescope the wrong way round. In

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Sir David Amess

The first rule of politics is to turn up. More than anything people want your presence. They want you to be amongst them, to see

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This Week In Scotland – Week 39

Women aren’t women anymore The Lancet’s editor-in-chief Richard Horton apologised, sort of, for giving the impression that they ‘dehumanised and marginalised’ women in their latest

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