John Ruddy takes a look at recent Scottish polling against the backdrop of Labour’s continuing surge across the UK, and sees hope and ramifications. The latest polling for Labour in
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John Ruddy recently drove to Glasgow. It’s fair to say he did not have a good time. I apologise to any Glaswegians reading this, but your city is fucked. Specifically,
John Ruddy argues that while tackling fuel poverty amid rising energy costs is hugely complex, there is a way government could help to deliver cheaper, greener electricity to millions of
John Ruddy considers what an industrial strategy for Scotland – which so many say is necessary but so few have ever defined – might actually look like. A lot
John Ruddy says it’s time to look again, not just at how local councils are funded but how they are structured, and to create a new system fit for the
John Ruddy says in the face of our housing crisis we should reconsider the idea of new towns and, following examples elsewhere, develop schemes that meet our 21st century needs.
John Ruddy says re-regulation of Scotland’s bus services could deliver a whole range of benefits for passengers, but we could go even further and deliver a truly radical shift in