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Better Together responsible for a ‘Yes’ vote

If Scotland votes ‘Yes’ on the September 18, one thing will be clear: the Better Together campaign has been utterly ineffective. Two years ago, when the Better Together was formed,…

Federalisation the best option for Scotland

There was a large rally on Thursday night – the Scottish Liberal Democrats held their last reunion before the referendum. It is impossible for anyone to listen to the passion…

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With the current atmosphere of political tension in the United Kingdom, it is refreshing to hear news of a bright new ray of hope upon the horizon. Yes, the Duke…

Unpaid internships are exploiting students

It is the Government’s responsibility to change the law on internship wages The Student’s discovery this week that Edinburgh business Casa Morada had been advertising several six-month unpaid ‘internships’ may…

A ‘No’ vote does not affirm the status quo

During a general election, the electorate will cast their vote based on conflicting ideologies. Alternatively in the referendum, there are people who share with ‘Yes’ voters the same disdain for…

Leaked images shame female sexuality

Unless you’ve spent the last week in a nuclear bunker, you will be aware that several celebrities have had sensitive and private images stolen and leaked online. Despite the fact…

Craven, not tokenistic: Britain’s conservative establishment takes a step towards gender equity

If Margaret Thatcher’s greatest achievement was New Labour, New Labour’s greatest accomplishment might just be Nicky Morgan and Liz Truss. Yesterday, it was announced that the General Synod of the…