Journalist and broadcaster Derek Bateman, who has previously worked for the BBC and the Scotsman, reveals what he thinks will happen after the Scottish independence referendum vote has taken place – whether it be a Yes or No vote…
How biased has the mainstream media been about the Scottish independence referendum? And how much difference has it made? Journalist and broadcaster Derek Bateman, who has covered the subject extensively, gives us his thoughts.
Journalist and broadcaster Derek Bateman, who has been blogging and reporting extensively about the Scottish independence referendum, provides his opinion about the grassroots campaign which has sprung up around the vote.
Journalist and broadcaster Derek Bateman, who has previously worked for the BBC and the Scotsman, reveals his thoughts about how the Scottish political landscape has changed since the 2014 referendum vote was announced.
Our latest multimedia feature now on Medium: A number of leading figures in academic research were joined by former Prime Minister Gordon Brown and David Steel in Edinburgh to argue for remaining part of the UK, including Nobel Prize-winner Sir Paul Nurse. We talked to him, and heard from the others about why interconnectedness is so important to maintaining Scotland’s strong research reputation.
Speaking at an Academics Together event in Edinburgh in July 2014, former Prime Minister Gordon Brown during the Q&A explained why he thinks the argument for Scotland being part of the Union has been rewritten over the past century. Full feature on Academics Together to follow soon.
Now on Medium: The Common Weal hopes to help shape a better Scotland through discussion and debate, and it held a celebratory event in Glasgow last month that featured music, art, comedy — and plenty of talk about what can be achieved in an independent country. We went along to find out more.