The Scottish Government
Stabilise house prices and tax unearned wealth: 5 ideas the Scottish Government could take from Land for the Many
With the Programme for Government coming up in September, could Labour’s Land for the Many paper be a fruitful source of radical thinking for the SNP Government?
A NEW paper commissioned by the UK Labour Party and edited by writer George Monbiot on land policies, Land for the Many, is packed with good ideas, some of which have been borrowed from Scotland.
Analysis: John Swinney has questions to answer over Israel-Palestine education resources fiasco
The Scottish Government appears to have given up on providing educational resources on Israel-Palestine for Scotland’s schools. In that failure of leadership the buck stops with the Education Secretary, Ben Wray finds.
IT’S four years and two months exactly since CommonSpace reported on educational material being used at a school in North Lanarkshire caricaturing Palestinians as separatist terrorists.
Daphne Vlastari: Is Scotland's nature Brexit-proof?
Daphne Vlastari, Scottish Environment LINK advocacy manager, explains why a coalition of environmental charities have come together to call for a Scottish Environment Act to protect Scotland’s nature from the potential impact on standards from Brexit
IT MIGHT seem that the imminent threat of a No Deal Brexit, or any kind of Brexit, has been postponed. 31 October feels very far away, and the consequences of leaving the EU might seem far removed from our daily preoccupations.
Keith Baker - Paying for your sins: Why carbon offsetting is not a serious approach to climate change
Dr Keith Baker, co-founder of the Energy Policy Research initiative, says that if the SNP is to back up its “climate emergency” statement with serious substance, then former climate minister Stewart Stevenson MSP’s carbon offsetting proposals must be rejected outright
WHAT is the price of one tonne of carbon?