As I See It
Is Donald Tusk really a dreamer, or could the UK change its mind about leaving the EU?
Will a cut in air passenger duty really benefit the Scottish economy and travellers?
Shareholders on Monday will give the go-ahead to the merger of Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management and immediately plunge the £11 billion mega-business into a fresh round of speculation about its future as a life insurer….
Twelve months ago David Cameron was confidently expecting a result that would back his pro-Europe campaign and propel him, his party and Britain into a more certain future. The PrimeRead More
A lot of humble pie is being eaten by political correspondents following the “shock” general election result, in particular for misjudging Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. The apologies have been comingRead More
If anything can be taken from a confused election result, it is that the electorate does not want a hard Brexit….
As I See It: General Election
An extraordinary night and one that has left a field full of casualties. ..
The love conveyed by the performers who took part in the special concert for the victims of the Manchester Arena attack was a simple message of hope and determination inRead More
Britain may be in the grip of election fever but there is some frantic behind-the-scenes campaigning going on to garner votes for three mergers involving Scottish companies…
Why are devolved matters being debated in a Westminster campaign?