Category Archives: Tourism

New cafe in Montrose

Its always a pleasure to see a new business open up, especially when it moves into a previously empty shop. Its even more of a pleasure when it is a business offering something unique. Cafe O’ Clay in Murray Street … Continue reading

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Conference Day Five: Seeing More of Liverpool

During my time at conference, perhaps because it was my first one, I attended most (all?) of the main conference sessions. I also tried to fit in as many fringe events as possible though I still missed plenty that I’d … Continue reading

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Conference Day Five: Breakfast on the Terrace

Today is a much more relaxed day. There are no early fringe meetings and conference closes at 12.30 with the traditional singing of the Red Flag and Jerusalem. I am on the terrace overlooking the river outside the convention centre. … Continue reading

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Labour needs to connect with Rural Scotland

Scottish Labour has started to look at what went wrong in the Holyrood elections in 2011, but we must also look back at another defeat and see what lessons we can learn from that. Labour did badly in the local … Continue reading

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