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Donald MacLeod: Clampdown in Hong Kong may not have happened right away… but it’s happening right now
It was no surprise when more than one million angry Hong Kong citizens took to the streets last week.
The Sunday Post View: We pledge to seek truth and break veil of secrecy surrounding blue water schools
The Sunday Post has a proud tradition for campaigning and investigative journalism.
Hypocrisy is an overused word but, when describing the runners and riders in this Tory leadership contest, it is a struggle to find one more fitting.
Maggie Lennon: Natalie McGarry stole our money and betrayed our trust but too many women are in our jails
Women for Independence lost a huge amount of money as a result of the embezzlement by Natalie McGarry.
Donald MacLeod: It was nice to see Donald Trump, to see him…nice. Pity some of our politicians didn’t play the game
In the words of the late, great Bruce Forsyth: “Donald Trump, didn’t he do well?”
Donald MacLeod: If every politician who has been economical with the truth is heading to the court, we are going to need a bigger dock
Now that a judge has given the green light to haul Boris Johnson up before a court for allegedly lying during the Brexit referendum campaign, we will need more courtrooms, and a lot of new jails will have to be built.
The Scottish Labour Party couldn’t have picked a better day for its opposition debate in support of the Ready for Renewal campaign.
Nothing illustrated more neatly how irrational public discourse has become than the television footage of an angry woman with a loudspeaker filming herself attacking a Conservative MP for not being “Brexit enough”.
The race to become Prime Minister got personal yesterday as Tory hopefuls took aim at each other less than 24 hours after Theresa May’s decision to quit.
Donald MacLeod: Like Jamie Oliver, I know that pouring money into a restaurant is a recipe for disaster
With the exception of more than 1,000 gutted employees, the news that celebrity TV chef Jamie Oliver’s restaurant empire had had its chips and was being placed into administration hardly came as a surprise.
As warm welcomes go, the fabulous greeting that my wife Pauline and I received from the The Royal Livingstone Hotel, Zambia, will be hard to beat.