Thanks to street trade licensing policy that seems to favour corporate organisations over small-scale vendors, Glasgow’s street food chefs are struggling to make their mark on the city’s food scene.
Inspired by last year's independence referendum, Mhairi Black decided to run for UK Parliament—and she might even win.
The Scottish Labour Party is "now set to defcon fucked" according to an MP.
The sad end of the Red Row flats—Glasgow's city in the sky.
Catalan and Scottish nationalists have long fought for a similar cause. In September, just before the independence referendum, Catalan president Arthur Mas delighted Scottish nationalists when he told reporters, "I would like a yes vote in Scotland."
In just one week, more than 38,000 people have enlisted in the Scottish National Party, making the nationalists the third largest party in the entire UK.
The Yes campaign banked on appeals to social justice and economic inequality would persuade Scots living in poverty to ditch their richer neighbors to the south, but things didn't go as planned.
Though Scottish nationalism is often assumed to be anti-English, many supporters of independence were born in England, and the English people living in Scotland are just as divided on the issue as the native Scots.
'Is It Worse to Be Run from Edinburgh or London?' — Scotland's Remote Communities Uncertain Over Benefits of Independence
Far from the corridors of power in both Westminster and Holyrood, residents of the Western Isles are weighing up whether a Yes vote will bring them the greater autonomy they seek.