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AS we tumble ever further down the rabbit hole of Brexit, it became front page news that one of Theresa May’s ministers was willing to publicly support her exit plan.
Donald MacLeod: Scotland’s biggest city should park this transport blueprint. It looks like a one-way street to disaster
BALANCE is not something you find, it’s something you create, according to author and “big dream strategist” Jane Kingsford.
Donald MacLeod: Nordoff Robbins Scotland have been rockin’, rollin’ and changing lives for 20 years and I couldn’t be prouder
I will, along with my wife Pauline and nearly 1,000 other guests be attending the 20th – yes folks, the 20th – SSE Scottish Music Awards at the SEC Campus in Glasgow on Saturday.
THE Westminster government’s spin cycle is in overdrive attempting to heap acclaim on a Prime Minister who has successfully managed to negotiate a deal that makes her country worse off.
THERESA May is the Weeble of UK politics. No matter how far she is pushed, no matter how difficult the terrain, just like the 1970s roly-poly toys, she just won’t fall down.
I DON'T know about you, but I’ve not so much become bored with Brexit, as numb.
Donald MacLeod: Things are slowly, slowly getting better for Glasgow’s city centre… and now we’ve an extra hour to celebrate
AFTER months of gloom and uncertainty, Glasgow had two reasons to feel more upbeat and cheerful this week.
The Sunday Post View: Their war was meant to end all wars. Remember them today but remember that too
IF we do not remember our history – we are told and will, no doubt, be told again – we are doomed to repeat it.
THERE is an idiocy about current political discourse that allows core issues to be diverted into a “them and us” debate.
Donald MacLeod: Fans are punching players, coins are hitting managers and we are talking about pouring drink into the mix?
SFA chief executive Ian Maxwell says lifting the ban on the sale alcohol at football matches in Scotland is “definitely a conversation worth having”.
Donald MacLeod: It’s a kind of magic because I was going Radio Ga Ga over Killer Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody
TOWARDS the end of his flamboyant, but all too short life, Freddie Mercury, legendary frontman of Queen, famously dressed up as a mad gothic harlequin and sang “I’m Going Slightly Mad”.