In the name of democracy

Liam Hiller, Political Editor Over the past several decades much has changed in the world. Wars have been fought and lost, nuclear development programs have taken a front seat in political debate, one tyrant after another has been overthrown and a new generation of colonialism has begun. All of this has happened for one thing: […]

The moral illegalities of ‘legal’ business dealings

Liam Hiller, Politics Editor Investment in foreign land by large companies, or land-grabs as they have become known, have drastically increased in popularity since the beginning of the millennium. The majority of these investments have taken place in Sub-Saharan Africa where vast amounts of land, up to 90 percent in fact, is owned by the […]

Glasgow is shining

Sheena Macleod Glasgow is becoming a great city to live in, with new and exciting projects coming this way. During these economic difficulties, Glasgow has been able to maintain a vibrant economy. Over the past decade, major developers and investors have been welcomed to transform and shape large parts of the city. The Glasgow 2014 […]

Campaigners win battle for student support

Andy Alston, Editor Student campaigners from across the country have united to successfully reverse the SNP’s decision over their proposed cuts of more than 20% to college funding over the next three years. The Our Future Our Fight campaign was set up to protect students from the impact of devastating cuts to colleges by lobbying […]