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‘How Welcoming is Scotland?’ University of Edinburgh host World Justice Festival panel

On Friday 6 October, Edinburgh Hope Not Hate hosted a panel discussion asking how welcoming and inclusive Scotland is, as part of the Edinburgh World Justice Festival 2017. Speakers included Tommy Sheppard, SNP MP for Edinburgh East and Sally Witcher OBE, CEO of the Disabled People’s Organisation, Inclusion Scotland. The theme of inclusivity ran throughout […]

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Ruth Davidson: The UK is more than just London

Ruth Davidson, leader of the Scottish Conservatives, has criticised the London-centric focus of UK politics whilst speaking from the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester last weekend. She commended the work of the Scottish Conservatives for winning 13 seats in the election earlier this year. Prior to this, the Conservative Party have been unable to attain […]

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Maria George Awards Vera Two of Five Stars

Vera, a British crime drama based on the novels by the award-winning Ann Cleeves, has returned for its seventh series. Having come under fire for poor north-east English accents, and with many sources hinting that Brenda Blethyn, the actress playing DCI Vera Stanhope, is the sole saviour of the show, this episode has a lot […]

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Art Culture

Kevin Harman: Ltd Ink Corporation

Kevin Harman: Ltd Ink Corporation is a solo exhibition created by an ex-Edinburgh College of Art student by the name of, you guessed it, Kevin Harman. Produced by a man whose projects have caused controversy since his student days, this exhibition focuses on challenging institutional power and encourages visitors to reflect on their own situation. […]