Interview by Neil Anderson. Part 1 of 3 with GCC Councillors. This first one with Scottish Green Party Councillor Elaine Gallagher. With two music tracks. Firstly – The Wakes – The Battle of George Square and part way through Voxken – Crystal Eyes.
With contributions from our own Val Waldron (Twitter: @scribblingval) and David McClemont (@DavoMc82), plus the Scottish Green Councillor, Marth Wardrop (Twitter: @MarthaWardrop), David Peutherer of Scottish CND (Twitter: @scottishCND), SNP Councillor Graham Campbell (Twitter: @ceeGraham1) and a view from the USA from our George Collins – All held together (and edited by) Neil Anderson (@BikerNeil). […]
Join David, Debra and Brian discussing last weeks Scottish Election results when the SNP were re-elected for a fourth term and the Scottish Green Party increased their presence in the Scottish Parliament.
Scottish Labour MSP James Kelly launched a bizarre attack on the Scottish Green Party in an open letter following the launch of the Green campaign for the upcoming Scottish Parliamentary Elections. Mr Kelly claimed to be “puzzled” that the Greens are concentrating on the regional list and fielding only a few candidates in constituencies. As […]
I recognise that the Greens offer an alternative independence supporting party that simply goes further and dares to dream bigger. Where do I start? Well, I guess it should be the beginning. It has been just over four months since joining the Scottish Greens. Ever since jumping ship from the SNP I had been […]
https://ungagged.podbean.com/mf/play/b289jv/RIC_Conf.mp3 Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean On Saturday 26th of October, the Radical Independence Campaign held a conference. The Speakers included Ungagged’s Nathalia Urban from Resist Brazil and Scottish Green MSP, Ross Greer. Nathalia starts the podcast off, followed by Ross at, 6 mins 25 sec and then Nathalia again at 15 mins 20 secs. […]
Good times are coming for the Knapdale Beavers, who have sculpted their permanent mark on the stunning ancient deciduous forest. They will become a protected species in May 2019, in a long awaited and controversial move. Much of this area though flanked on both sides by huge areas of privately owned land is in the […]
Free Education: The Foundation of a Better Society I am passionate about education. I believe that it has the power to transform individuals, communities and society for the better. As such, I think education should be free. And that means free education throughout life, not just primary and secondary schooling. As Rector of the […]