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Holyrude Episode 3.7 – “Man Who Shouts At Cars”

David McClemont (Twitter: @DavoMc82), Debra Torrance (@HeathPeaPict) and Scott McDonald (@Scott_Eff) discuss the latest events in Scottish and UK politics NEWS o Indyref2 Date & Strategy revealed o Education Minister gives the public the finger o Boris Johnson resigns as Tory Leader o Who Will be the next Prime Minister? You can find all our […]

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Holyrude Episode 2.7 – ”Entering The Peppaverse”

David (Twitter: @DavoMc82), Debra (@HeathPeaPict) and Brian (@WeeSociologist) discuss the latest events in Scottish and UK politics

NEWS

–        SCO-IRE Bridge & HS2 Cancelled

–        Government Plan to Strip People of Citizenship

–        Report Finds UK Not Ready for Pandemic

–        Insulate Britain Protestors Jailed

Music by @HippyMusic

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Christmas Borders…

Available FREE  on iTunes and Podbean The UK Christmas Election is highlighting how awful the binary sloganeering of the right really is – and how much the power of the Billionaire owned press and media still is killing democracy. Let this be your antidote.   Help us continue to podcast, publish and campaign… a few quid keeps […]

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From Catalonia to Calton – with Valentina Servera Clavell

Opposition to Scotland’s place in the United Kingdom has existed, in one for, or another, since its founding in 1707, often with anti-imperialist sentiment at its heart. The SNP were founded to campaign against it in 1934 and grew with the collapse of empire in the 1950s, and 60s, but only in the 1970s did […]

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Borders. Teaching Valuable Global Citizens in Glasgow {its what I do…}

{I was invited to speak at the Confronting Inequalities! The Role of Citizenship Education conference, organised by NECE.} The conference brought together academics and educationalists from across Europe, to discuss the issue of inequalities in the development of young people’s citizenship and political identity. My workshop was about the work of WOSDEC, the NGO who […]