2018 June



Interview: Andrew Neil awarded honorary doctorate

14th June 2018

Hamish Morrison Editor Andrew Neil and Susan Calman were awarded honorary doctorates from the University of Glasgow yesterday. Neil for his career in journalism and Calman for her mental health awareness and LGBT activism. I managed to grab a few minutes with Neil, host of the Sunday Politics, chair of Press Holdings (Daily Telegraph and ...


Scotland’s only dedicated international affairs magazine ceases publication

5th June 2018

Jonathan Peters News Editor CABLE magazine, the only Scottish media outlet dedicated to international affairs, announced last Wednesday the decision to halt publication for the foreseeable future. Citing financial difficulties as the reason behind this decision, the absence of CABLE leaves Scotland with very little opportunity for internationally focused news and analysis. Launched in July ...


Glasgow’s solidarity with Mexico’s disappeared 43 students

3rd June 2018

Roisin McCarthy Investigations Editor On 26th September, 2014, 43 students from a rural teaching college in Ayotzinapa, Mexico were brutally attacked and abducted as they made their way to commemorate the anniversary of the 1968 Tlatelolco Massacre in Mexico City. What followed has been recognised by many as a cover-up by the Mexican government who ...


Celebrating 150 years of Mackintosh’s Glasgow

2nd June 2018

Anita Katsarska Writer Anita Katsarska explores the lasting imprint of Charles Rennie Mackintosh on Glasgow There were the steep streets imprinted with the scent of tobacco from a past Merchant city; there were the antique alleys bridging pubs, music, and passers; there were the city curtains proclaiming “People Make Glasgow.” And still, in the first ...