Camilla Whitehill’s superb monologue about a doomed relationship, impeccably performed by Alistair Donegan, deserves a wide audience beyond the Fringe.
The solution to the west coast drug problem isn’t cracking down on supply with police raids and prosecutions – it’s addressing demand by improving grim lives.
The authorities must do more to tackle fraud – ordinary people can’t be expected to protect themselves against increasingly sophisticated scams.
Huntsman Glenn turns over a new leaf when he develops a crush on shepherdess Caroline – but after she rejects him he forms Operation Cunt to bully women out of the camp.
What felt like a disaster on Tuesday could be downgraded to a minor setback by Friday, and in 10 years’ time it might even look like a blessing in disguise.
There are calls for banning, regulating and supervising … but wouldn’t educating and informing be a smarter approach?
Social workers in Scotland mostly engage with families on a voluntary basis … and there are checks and balances to ensure everyone is treated fairly.
A plan to starve the women into working harder makes the Anton controversy look like a storm in a teacup, while vet Rob loses the plot and Anton comes into his own.