What is the point of Labour?

The leader of the UK Labour Party caused a bit of a stushie yesterday in Scotland with his comments on the Marr show and in the print media, his comments seen as a further indication that Labour is merely limping along on the coat-tails of the Tories, offering no effective opposition at Westminster to a … Read more

Around the corner

By Margaret Johnstone This is an excellent video, made some months ago, that lays out what is ahead of Scotland unless it secures independence soon. The recent speeches by Boris Johnson in which he called devolution a disaster and his ideas of denuding the Scottish parliament of powers via the Internal Market legislation on one … Read more

Exploring Hyperice: What’s the Best Tool for You?

Thai Massage tutorials and tips. This article was provided by Massaqge Therapy. Here at Zeel, we’re all thrilled to have just launched our online store, featuring our exclusive partnership with Hyperice, the leader in high-tech tools for soothing muscles and joints and aiding in recovery. Hyperice products are well-known to those who seek out top … Read more

Booking Massage* for Employee Appreciation – How to Do It, and Why

Thai Massage tutorials and tips. This article was provided by Massaqge Therapy. (*and wellness services) If you’re a people manager of any stripe, and if you like to read (which we assume you do, you’re reading this blog),  you’ve likely researched how to appreciate and engage employees. And if you’re here, we’re going to assume … Read more

Of the people, by the people, for the people

Greenock, Scotland news and updates. This post was provided by Newsnet.scot. We are going to take a look at democracy – British style – to see how it shapes up with other European countries. This is part 1 by Equality Nation In the recent SCOT goes POP Panelbase Poll the following question was asked about … Read more

Wind of change blowing backwards through Britain

Greenock, Scotland news and updates. This post was provided by Newsnet.scot. By Russell Bruce On 3rd February 1960 Harold Macmillan gave his famous Wind of Change speech. This signalled final recognition that Britain’s place and influence in the world had changed. The wind had been blawing for several decades and all Supermac, as Macmillan was … Read more

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