Children’s Television personality Basil Brush was spotted at Heathrow Airport this morning attempting to leave the country, as the Conservatives strike a deal with the Democratic Unionist Party. Nobody from Mr Brushes team have yet commented on why he is leaving, however it is highly likely that it is due to the Conservative Party’s … More Basil Brush Spotted at Heathrow as Tories Stike DUP Deal
Sighthill in North Glasgow is currently in the middle of a £250 million regeneration.
Leader of the Scottish Green Party: Patrick Harvie MSP on what he believes needs to be done to improve the city and the country’s transport infrastructure.
Paul Wardrop also known as Replicator is releasing a new 13 track album titled “13 Million Minutes Old”. The album will be released through Girobabies frontman Mark McGee’s label – Traffic Cone Records. Replicator is a member of the Hip Hop collective Futurology, a group which has released several projects together as well as gigging … More The Replicator is Paul Wardropping a New Project
Universal Basic Income is a form of social security in which every citizen will regularly receive money from a government or other public institution, unconditionally. Universal Basic Income should definitely not be confused with Universal Credit, which is the current benefit system in the UK, an arguably very flawed system. Universal or Citizen’s Basic Income, both … More Basic Income – Free Money for Everybody Glasgow?
Ticket price increases, cancellations, constant delays and cramped unclean conditions, you can already tell this is going to be about trains. In August 2015 about a third of all trains in Scotland were delayed. However Abellio, the Dutch Operator of ScotRail still made at least £1 million that month, which got reinvested in their home country. … More The Art of Renationalisation – My Interview with Ellie Harrison
Glasgow City Council which is under Labour’s control borders 6 other council areas, many of which include Glasgow’s suburbs. Labour received the most votes in all of these councils during the 2012 election, however out of these councils Labour only has a majority in 3 of them. Labour has the most seats in East Dumbartonshire … More The Whole of Greater Glasgow is Likely to Change in 2017