Glaswegians On Gay Marriage


Westminster has officially voted in favour of allowing gay marriage – something which Holyrood has yet to do. They have, however, announced that they will be holding a consultation on the issue with the Scottish public. Not to be outdone, we decided to beat them to it. Here’s a selection of the opinions we found…   Andrew So More...

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By Hard-Copy On Sunday, June 2nd, 2013

Something old, something new

  Glasgow’s Art Deco cinema has started work on a £1.6m revamp that will include a new 60-seater theatre. True to form, the GFT’s new screen feature niche films and provide longer runs for popular movies. Jaki More...

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By John On Thursday, May 23rd, 2013

The terrorists win, thanks to the EDL

If you were a terrorist, where would you strike? Would you go for a 9/11 style explosive attack, bringing down some iconic structure of racking up a massive body count in the process? Would you try for a 7/7, crippling More...

By Politics On Sunday, May 19th, 2013

Balls to the Compro-Monkeys

By Graham Rex   One of my favourite videos on YouTube is the one in which George Galloway walks out on a public debate at Oxford University upon discovering that the person he is debating is an Israeli. Amid More...

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By Politics On Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

“What’s so bad about UKIP?”

by Andy Davis I was recently at a party where one of my less politically-engaged friends innocently asked “just what’s so bad about UKIP?” to an almost stunned silence in the room. Having worked a More...

By John On Thursday, April 18th, 2013

Thatcher’s Poll Tax legacy

by Richard Jackson An important issue regarding Margaret Thatcher’s 1979 – 1990 reign is the Poll Tax, particularly for Scottish readers, as its legacy is deeply etched into the Scottish consciousness and More...

By John On Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Blood, bombs, and cameras: reporting tragedy

For the past 18 hours, my social media feeds have been overwhelmingly focused on yesterday’s terrible events in Boston. The floodgates opened almost immediately after the first reports of explosions came through. More...

By HardCopy On Monday, April 15th, 2013

Thatcher’s Poll Tax legacy.

An important issue regarding Margaret Thatcher’s 1979 – 1990 reign is the Poll Tax, particularly for Scottish readers, as its legacy is deeply etched into the Scottish conscious and it remains a dirty More...

By HardCopy On Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Does the UK need Nuclear weapons?

  Should the UK have Nuclear weapons? Yes No View Results  Loading ...    More...

By HardCopy On Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

Better Together?

I’m here today to talk to you about the evils of joint campaigning. No, I’m not talking about the harmless pro-cannabis movement we all know and love, this is something much more sinister. I’m More...