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It’s the week in which Boris Johnson watched a Tory defect to Labour, was accused of presiding over party which tries to ‘blackmail’ MPs into line, and heard every party tell him to resign. Meanwhile, the political working environment was called into question in a row over ‘macho’ attitudes to job expectations. You can get a free month of unlimited…
 
It was the week in which Boris Johnson was forced to face the music in parliament about lockdown-busting parties, and Downing Street staff danced while the Queen prepared for her husband’s socially distanced funeral. We also bring you an expert view on what this means for public trust in a health crisis. You can get a free month of unlimited access…
 
It’s nearly the end of term, and the headmaster has let everyone bring in games. We pitch Courier Editor David Clegg against political reporter Rachel Amery in our year-end quiz, with questions from chair Paul Malik and the rest of the Stooshie team. Whoever wins, the truth wins. Which is just as well, because the points are not flowing as freely a…
 
It’s the week in which Boris Johnson continued to shock and amaze a disbelieving public with denials about parties at No 10 Downing St. We watched leaders line up to call for his resignation and the prime minister say he’s going nowhere. Meanwhile, Scotland was given some free advice on tackling a shocking drugs-death crisis and the SNP Government …
 
It’s the week in which Nicola Sturgeon announced the doubling of the Scottish Child Payment, the Yes Hubs and Covid funding swung back into view, and we look at 15 years of Trump and Menie. You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or The Press & Journal websites; just go to https://www.thecourier.co.uk/subscribe or https://www.pr…
 
It’s the week in which Boris Johnson made a fool of himself in a speech veering from Peppa Pig to Moses, Donald Trump faced more calls to show where his wealth came from, and the historic Black Watch is set for a return to its traditional recruiting grounds. You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or The Press & Journal websites…
 
It’s the week in which further delays to the deposit return scheme were announced, a ban on conversion therapy was promised and Douglas Ross came under further scrutiny for politicians’ outside earnings. You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or The Press & Journal websites; just go to https://www.thecourier.co.uk/subscribe or …
 
It’s the week in which further sleaze and corruption allegations plague UK politics, COP26 comes to a head and the Coronavirus threat looms back into view. You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or The Press & Journal websites; just go to https://www.thecourier.co.uk/subscribe or https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/subscribe to b…
 
It’s the week in which the Tories were on the spot about where their cash comes from, and why they rallied around to protect a corruption row MP. We got through a week of climate-saving discussion from world leaders, but was it just hot air? You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or The Press & Journal websites; just go to http…
 
It’s the week in which Rishi Sunak told us how much he planned to tax and spend, planes got a duty break and our intrepid environment team set-out to see if Scotland is good for EVs. You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or The Press & Journal websites; just go to https://www.thecourier.co.uk/subscribe or https://www.pressandj…
 
It’s the week in which the UK was forced to reflect on the killing of Sir David Amess and come to terms with the increasingly poisonous tone of debate online and in real life. Meanwhile, Conservatives were embarrassed in the north-east as a carbon capture project heads south. And the SNP faced questions from both sides of the constitutional debate …
 
It’s the week in which politicians got mixed up in covid vaccine passport gobbledegook, our Foreign Secretary and Deputy Prime Minister got into a wrangle over a mansion, and Moray was wiped from the Westminster map. You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or The Press & Journal websites; just go to https://www.thecourier.co.uk/…
 
It’s the week in which Boris Johnson rounded off his conference, but was there enough substance with the style? Reporter Rachel Amery speaks to Baroness Annabelle Goldie at the RAF base in Leuchars about the universal credit cut and whether the Army is best deployed driving ambulances and HGVs. Baroness Goldie is also questioned on the role of unel…
 
It’s the week in which we all tried to buy petrol but couldn’t, as the Army is once again called in to help the government out of another delivery mess. We also talk about the vaccine passport roll-out, Labour’s brief mention of Scotland and chat with our award winning data editor Lesley-Anne Kelly about the role of data journalism in a post-truth …
 
It’s the week in which Scotland moved away from prosecuting possession of Class A drugs, Humza Yousaf was called to answer for his job over the ambulance and NHS waiting times crisis, and we learned your local pub might actually be a bouncing nightclub. You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or The Press & Journal websites; jus…
 
It’s the week in which Nicola Sturgeon called in the Army to help the stretched ambulance service cope with demand. Boris Johnson rearranged his cabinet and the impact of the SNP’s deal with the Greens started to hit home. You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or The Press & Journal websites; just go to https://www.thecourier.…
 
It’s the week in which Holyrood heard the SNP-Green programme for government, and opposition parties were less than impressed. We take a look at the highs and lows, and get to grips with Scotland’s new covid passport scheme. You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or The Press & Journal websites; just go to https://www.thecourie…
 
It’s the week in which we publish our 100th show, the Scottish Parliament got back down to business, and Courier editor David Clegg shares the best bits of his new book on just what went down between Salmond and Sturgeon. You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or The Press & Journal websites; just go to https://www.thecourier.c…
 
It’s the week in which the fall-out over the SNP-Green deal at Holyrood started to show, while the country recorded its highest number of coronavirus cases since the pandemic started. Plus, we talk to the new leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats. You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or The Press & Journal websites; just g…
 
It’s the week in which the Greens and SNP came to a formal agreement for a “not-coalition” coming together in the Scottish Parliament. And special guest Impact Team journalist Stephen Stewart shares his work uncovering Scotland’s neo-Nazi network and his views as a veteran of the war in Afghanistan on the unfolding crisis. You can get a free month …
 
It’s the week in which Scots found themselves locked out of the Louvre thanks to a paper vaccine passport, and the Greens and SNP wrestle over the country’s oil and gas industry ahead of forming a new coalition. You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or The Press & Journal websites; just go to https://www.thecourier.co.uk/subsc…
 
It’s the week in which Scotland’s health secretary reported a nursery to the care inspectorate alleging racial discrimination, the country’s “national shame” was brought to attention following yet another rise in drugs deaths, and Boris Johnson left his Scottish Tory members once again with their head in their hands following another whirlwind visi…
 
The Stooshie remains in summer recess but we have another special episode for you, this time looking at Scotland's drug deaths crisis. As new annual figures are released, we are reminded that the people behind the numbers are far more than a statistic; they are our friends, neighbours and family. Is it time for a more compassionate approach? Our sp…
 
The Stooshie is technically on holiday, but we wanted to bring you a special episode on our unmasking of two senior Conservative councillors as the puppet-masters behind anti-SNP troll accounts on social media. Who they are, what it means, what’s next. And don’t be fooled into thinking this is a local story for local people — this is a story as muc…
 
It’s the week in which security footage purports to show Health Secretary Matt Hancock in an embrace with a woman who isn’t his wife, and in which we unmask a Twitter troll as a senior Tory Councillor. But, far more divertingly, the Scottish Parliament is about the break for summer and so there’s an end of term vibe in the Stooshie virtual studio. …
 
It's the week in which top jobs were appointed. Dorothy Bain QC is approved for the role of Lord Advocate and the role of Solicitor General is held by Ruth Charteris QC. This is the first time that both of these positions are held by women making it a significant moment in Scottish history. In addition, Ms Bain will be involved in legislation surro…
 
It’s the week in which the delta variant (formerly known as the Indian variant) is growing in Scotland, sparking conversation about how this may impact the ‘coming out of lockdown’ plans. You’ll also find out about why the potential tariff free trade deal with Australia has caused concern among Scottish farmers. Plus, how will the Scottish governme…
 
If you thought it was only the exams for 2020 that were thrown into chaos by the pandemic, think again. This year, confusion and stress about the exams – sorry, assessments – have reignited calls to examine how we assess pupils’ work, and who does that assessment. Plus, a mental health crisis, with key posts left unfilled, and the scourge – and opp…
 
It’s the week in which explosive testimony from Dominic Cummings cast the UK government in a very dim light indeed. Of course, a dose of scepticism is advised given his track record, as the team discuss, but this is still the most explicit picture we’ve yet got of Boris Johnson’s administration’s response in the early days of the pandemic. Plus, co…
 
It’s the week in which First Minister Nicola Sturgeon unveiled her new cabinet, with some familiar faces returning to front-line posts. It also saw beleaguered Education Secretary John Swinney moved into a new post; the new role is an important one, to be sure, but was the move simply to take the heat out of the exams scandal? Plus, our investigati…
 
It’s the week in which new MSPs were sworn into parliament after the elections, and the team reflects on the richness and diversity of the new cohort. Plus, the results of a rather macabre series of Freedom of Information requests put in by the P&J’s Investigations Editor, Calum Ross. You can get a free month of unlimited access to The Courier or T…
 
With the results not expected until the weekend, we knew we couldn’t report on who’s won the election on this week’s show. But there have been winners and losers of sorts all throughout the run-up, and so to reflect on the fortunes of the parties, personalities and policies in this oddest of campaigns, Courier Editor David Clegg is joined by the Di…
 
It’s the last Stooshie before the election, and the team reflect on the nature of a campaign in a pandemic. Plus, Courier Editor David Clegg rejoins the Stooshie to share insight from his long interview with Nicola Sturgeon, which you can watch on thecourier.co.uk and pressandjournal.co.uk. And finally, there’s a little Easter egg awaiting any Jane…
 
All the political parties have now set out their manifestos, and with doormats and pigeonholes and mail baskets across the nation groaning under the weight of party political leaflets, we ask how effective campaign literature is at getting the message across. Plus, we restrain ourselves from making the obvious pun at about 16:20. You can get a free…
 
Manifestos launched this week, with the SNP’s bold and generous spending plans immediately criticised for being unrealistically expensive, especially set against the absence of tax rises. But even away from the election, there are stories to unpack, including the news that the UK government is taking the Scottish Parliament to court over its plans …
 
It’s the week that the election campaign really lurched into life, and we’ve got a nice, easy-to digest summary of the latest polling, and what it feels like to part of a campaign in a pandemic. Plus: the Scottish Government’s flagship First Home Fund, which lends people up to £25,000 towards their deposit, runs out of cash after just a few days. Y…
 
This is the week that DC Thomson Media launched its Election Hub for The Courier and The Press & Journal, and it’s also the week in which we launched our own election manifesto which details how we pledge to help you make an informed decision this May. In this special episode, The Courier and The P&J’s editors are in conversation, explaining what t…
 
It’s the week in which a shiny new party burst onto the Scottish political scene. Led by former First Minister and SNP leader Alex Salmond, it seeks to help create a supermajority for independence, but our exclusive Survation polling suggests only 3% of voters would cast their ballots for the new Alba Party. What, then, will be its legacy, and how …
 
It’s the week in which Nicola Sturgeon survived a no-confidence vote and was judged not to have breached the ministerial code, in which the election campaign began in earnest, and in which our own Survation poll suggests the appetite for independence is on a knife-edge. We recorded this before Alex Salmond launched his new Alba Party, but at least …
 
It’s the week in which a dramatic leak from the inquiry into the Scottish government’s handling of the Salmond allegations suggests Sturgeon will be judged as having misled the inquiry; in which George Galloway says something offensive; and in which The Courier and Press & Journal begin an exclusive serialisation of extracts from Alastair Campbell’…
 
It’s the week in which the controversial Hate Crimes Bill has passed. Why controversial, and how did it have to change in order to pass? Listen and find out. Plus, we preview the Tory conference, and the Press & Journal’s new political editor, Andy Philip, joins us for the first time. Join journalists from across the DC Thomson Media folio of newsp…
 
It’s the week in which Nicola Sturgeon gave evidence at the inquiry into the Scottish Government’s handling of the Alex Salmond sexual harassment allegations, so it seemed like a good chance to take stock. If you’ve been struggling to understand how we got here and what might happen next, listen up. Join journalists from across the DC Thomson Media…
 
It’s the week in which Alex Salmond gives evidence at his own inquiry, and in which a new poll shows both a lessening in support for independence and a 16-point drop in First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s usually bulletproof popularity. We also got details this week on Scotland’s route map for exiting lockdown, and can compare it to the UK government’…
 
It’s the week in which… well, for once, comparatively little happened, and after the last year, we’ll take it! We’re awaiting a statement next week on the roadmap out of lockdown from the Scottish government, and all eyes are on whether Alex Salmond will give evidence at his own inquiry. But there’s still plenty to discuss: the political judgements…
 
It’s the week in which the Salmond inquiry was rocked by further drama, in which the introduction of Scotland’s mandatory quarantine for inbound travellers had a bumpy launch, and in which the unevenness of support for Covid was laid bare. Join journalists from across the DC Thomson Media folio of newspapers, and from all across the country, to hel…
 
It’s the week in which Ochil and South Perthshire MP Luke Graham was ousted from Number 10’s “union unit” after a bitter row over strategy, in which we saw Scotland as the UK nation slowest to roll out vaccines, and in which we got to see how the sausage was made in local democracy. Join journalists from across the DC Thomson Media folio of newspap…
 
It’s the week in which the Prime Minister visited Scotland in a controversial bid to clasp a country more firmly to his bosom which opinion polls have shown time and again is becoming more pro-independence. Did it work? Should it have happened? Plus, how women’s rights groups were ‘fobbed off’ when they tried to get involved with the Brexit negotia…
 
It’s the week in which schools in Scotland were confirmed as staying closed for longer, two candidates threw their respective hats into the ring for the leadership of Scottish Labour, and, as Donald Trump leaves the White House, disinformation and fake news comes under the spotlight on this side of the Atlantic. Join journalists from across the DC …
 
It’s the week in which the Scottish Labour leader has resigned, Brexit reality bites for fisherfolk, and we see some encouraging signs in both the vaccination and the infection data for Covid-19. It’s also the week in which our new Head of Politics, David Mac Dougall, takes the reins, and we have an unscheduled appearance from his snoring labrador.…
 
It’s tough to criticise the NHS just now, but the latest scandal to hit NHS Tayside – and, in particular, chiefs’ stonewalling in the aftermath – is an important story to tell. Find out the details, hear of the Brexit reality biting at ports, dig into a potential Donald Trump visit to Scotland, and more, on this first episode of the new year. Join …
 
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