VisitScotland says it’s too early to know what the impact of Brexit might be on Scottish tourism after March 29, 2019.
From a 6000-mile trek, being nanny to Prince William and having his life story bought by Brad Pitt, Michael Alexander profiles Conservative leadership candidate Rory Stewart, who has family links to Perthshire and Angus.
Migrant communities in Fife feel that “trust” has been broken and continue to worry about uncertainties of what the final Brexit outcome will be, and how it may affect them, says the chairwoman of Fife Migrants Forum (FMF) in Kirkcaldy.
St Andrews terrorism expert ‘extremely worried’ about Brexit ignorance at ‘highest levels’ of British government
As St Andrews University’s world-renowned Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence launches its 25th anniversary celebrations, Michael Alexander learns more about how the violence of 'killing strangers' became modern.
Renewed calls have been made for clarity on the future of The Black Watch.
Six months to Brexit: Courier Country fruit farmers ‘taking foot off accelerator’ of investment amid uncertainty
The Tayside and Fife soft fruit industry has grown steadily at around 5% per annum for decades with major investment put into polytunnels and other infrastructure.
Six months to Brexit: No deal could be ‘catastrophe’ for Scotland’s £100 million soft fruit industry, says Tayside boss
A no deal Brexit could be a “catastrophe” for Scotland’s £100 million soft fruit industry with the worst case scenario being that 90% of the 4500 seasonal workers required to pick the crop in Courier Country next summer could disappear overnight.
Do political publicity stunts influence public opinion in the run-up to elections? Michael Alexander sought the views of some experts.
Six months to Brexit: ‘Racism was worst I’ve experienced since arriving in UK’, says Fife-based Spanish mother
A Spanish woman who moved to the UK eight years ago, and who has now settled in Fife with her family, has spoken of the ongoing uncertainties surrounding Brexit and the impact it is having on their lives – including concerns about the "worst racism" she ever witnessed.
Dundee lecture preview: Former Labour minister Douglas Alexander on why the ‘politics of solidarity’ are the key to tackling poverty at home and abroad
Michael Alexander speaks to Britain’s former International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander ahead of a global poverty talk he is giving with Deacon Blue frontman Ricky Ross in Dundee.