Scotland is fortunate to have a “safety net beneath the safety net” in Citizens Advice Scotland – but why is the first safety net full of holes?
After weeks of slow burn, bluffs and double-bluffs, things come to a shocking conclusion.
The murder confession of Spector’s former friend comes under scrutiny, with deja vu for Netflix addicts.
WHEN John Lennon sang Power to the People he was a little short on detail. Yes, it’s a stirring, sing-along number, but what kind of power? Which people? And did he have any sort of evaluation framework in mind? Pre- and post-indyref1 there has been much talk of community empowerment, and of building a newContinue reading “Giving people the purse strings will require a leap of faith”
How to customise Cards Against Humanity for your Halloween party.
A captivating scene between Stella and Rose adds another layer of brilliance to this slow-burning series.
AS the floral tributes pile up after an apparently senseless tragedy, it’s only a matter of time until someone places a card bearing three large capital letters: “WHY?” Once the initial shock and confusion has subsided, the question will generally be addressed by some kind of inquiry, commission or review. The aim of these exercisesContinue reading “Clyping isn’t easy, even when the stakes are high”
It’s not going into care that hinders a child’s life choices – it’s the earlier experiences that necessitate them being removed from home.
Someone finally puts some cuffs on Spector, and after Stella is over-ruled on dropping charges against poor Sally-Anne it seems she might resort to desperate measures.
It will take a brave MSP to take forward Jean Urquhart’s bill proposing total decriminalisation.