Scotland Articles

Forgotten Histories: why is only England’s past prioritised?

Forgotten Histories: why is only England’s past prioritised?

A crisis of identity? The concern over the lack of history of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland taught in the UK
Scotland’s push for LGBTQ+ education

Scotland’s push for LGBTQ+ education

Scotland become the world’s first country to make LGBTQ+ education a mandatory part of its curriculum
“Bleeding isn’t a luxury, no one should have to budget to bleed”: Scotland issues free sanitary products

“Bleeding isn’t a luxury, no one should have to budget to bleed”: Scotland issues free sanitary products

Scotland have been the first to promise the dispensation of free tampons and sanitary products within public buildings across Scotland
Preview: Rugby World Cup 2019

Preview: Rugby World Cup 2019

Iwan Hopkins provides a preview to the most highly anticipated event of this year’s sporting calendar
Six Nations round-up: England triumph over Ireland

Six Nations round-up: England triumph over Ireland

Wales, England, and Scotland all tasted victory on the opening weekend
Scotland’s Lions

Scotland’s Lions

After over a decade of mishandling Scotland, the Scottish National Party is inevitably losing their popular base, and it’s about time

Edinburgh: Seeing the city in three days

With the Easter break coming shortly, Shannon Winterbone takes us on a tour of Edinburgh and points out the sites of a city which is much closer to Manchester than you might think

Brexit and Indyref2 leaves the future of EU students in Scotland unclear

Leaving the EU could put huge financial pressure on Scotland to continue providing free education to non-UK EU students after Brexit

Are FIFA right to ban the Home Nations from wearing the Poppy?

FIFA have banned England and Scotland from wearing the poppy in a 2018 World Cup Qualifier this Armistice Day, but both teams are planning to ignore it

T in the Park Preview

The Mancunion looks at what to expect from Scotland’s renowned T in the Park festival this summer

Six Nations so far: National rivalry overshadows a lack of quality

As we head into the final 2 weeks of the 6 nations, Toby Webb reflects on the tournament so far.

The Story So Far: Six Nations

With the opening rounds of the Six Nations done and dusted, the teams have an opportunity to rest, regroup, and set eyes to the task ahead

Six Nations 2016: The Waiting is Nearly Over

Anticipation is rising as the Six Nations Cup awaits England’s men

Sturgeon has created a “debt mountain” for Scottish students

Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has challenged the SNP leader over growing student debt in Scotland, which currently stands at £2.7 billion

Turner Prize 2014 Artists: Duncan Campbell

In the run up to the Turner Prize being announced on December 1st, The Mancunion Arts & Culture brings you introductions to the four 2014 nominees

Hiking Society

The Hiking Society organise regular day and weekend trips, welcoming people of all abilities

Murdo Fraser’s disastrous, if principled, proposal

Conservative Party activist Charles Bailey assesses a strange turn in the ongoing battle to become the next leader of the Scottish Tories

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