Police Scotland Set To Target Drunk And Drug Driving

From the 23rd-29th of August Police Scotland intend on cracking down on drivers travelling under the influence. Police Scotland has revealed that in July alone they conducted 75 roadside drugs tests and 427 roadside breath tests. These tests resulted in 156 drink and drug related traffic offences being reported. Police Scotland said: “We have sadly seen time and time again that people are willing to … Continue reading Police Scotland Set To Target Drunk And Drug Driving

Pressure Falls On North Lanarkshire Council As Waste Crisis Grows

Residents of North Lanarkshire have been left disgusted as fly tipping and littering has increased drastically in the local community. Many public parks, fields and woodland areas have seen an increase in people leaving their mess for others to dispose of. An abundance of smashed glass bottles, used coffee cups, plastic bottles and dog waste bags have been appearing scattered around parks and other commonly … Continue reading Pressure Falls On North Lanarkshire Council As Waste Crisis Grows

Scottish Parliament Elections- What You Need To Know Before You Vote

Voting for the Scottish Parliament starts on Thursday the 6th of May and may just be one of the most important elections in recent history. With the fallout of Brexit and Covid-19 to handle as well as a crumbling economy the next party to govern over Scotland will have their work cut out for them. Here is the list of the main parties in Scotland … Continue reading Scottish Parliament Elections- What You Need To Know Before You Vote

What It Means To Be A Football Fan During A Pandemic

As the final games are being played of the 2020/21 season the end of the season will mark a full season without fans being allowed into grounds to see their favourite teams play. Fans across the country have had their pre-match routine adapted and changed to suit the new way fans have to watch their teams play. Pay per view passes and virtual season tickets … Continue reading What It Means To Be A Football Fan During A Pandemic

Ways People Can Show It’s #Notallmen

The death of Sarah Everard has sent shockwaves around the UK. More and more women have came forward with their experiences of street harassment and their stories involving times where someone has made them feel unsafe while walking home. As these stories were being shared so was a new hashtag. #notallmen. As a statement the hashtag itself isn’t one to argue with as it is … Continue reading Ways People Can Show It’s #Notallmen

So Long, Farewell, Aufweidersein, Goodbye – IndyRef2

Poll, after poll, figures continue to show that the people of Scotland are ready to leave the so-called United Kingdom. 21 polls to be exact. Love her, or hate her, Nicola Sturgeon has done the best she can in regards to COVID-19. That’s more than what the UK Government can say about Boris Johnson.  The SNP are constantly pushing for a second independence referendum, and … Continue reading So Long, Farewell, Aufweidersein, Goodbye – IndyRef2