Can Scotland hold an independence referendum without the consent of Westminster? The High Court of Scotland is set to oversee a case which could answer that very question before the end of the month. This week Tommy talks to the man behind the court case, independence activist Martin Keetings.
How can the SNP galvanise the clear support for independence into actual independence of Scotland? This week Tommy Sheridan sits down with SNP Councillor Chris McEleny, who offers a new path towards independence and details just how Scotland could take control of its future.
The sheer volume of news this year has been overwhelming. As we round out the year, Tommy Sheridan reflects upon the year as it relates to the people and politics of Scotland. In a year plagued with sobering headlines, can Tommy find tangible hope amidst the doom and gloom of 2020?
Retired police officer and undercover operative Simon McLean joins Tommy Sheridan with a simple message: Scotland’s Drug Policy is broken. But is the law simply ineffective or part of the problem? McLean points the finger of blame at an unexpected target as he details a new way forward for progressive drug policy in Scotland.
Scotland is the Drug Death capital of Europe, last year 1200 people lost their lives from substance abuse. Anachronistic drug laws prevent authorities from tackling the root of the problem and this week’s guest has a unique solution that could revolutionize Scotland’s drug policy.
Why has the Scottish Government failed to build more affordable housing? This week, Tommy Sheridan speaks to Solicitor Advocate Mike Dailly about Scotland’s housing crisis. The two explore the SNP’s failure to build affordable housing and Mike explains why Government inaction led to his resignation from SNP's Social Justice Commission.
In the wake of the Scottish National Party conference, Nicola Sturgeon could be forced to take a more proactive route to independence. Tommy Sheridan talks to SNP MP, Angus MacNeil, about what this ‘Plan B’ could entail and why it is essential to circumvent Boris Johnson’s Power of Veto. How much longer can the First Minister hold on to power?
Tommy Sheridan talks to Member of the Scottish Parliament, Alex Neil, to discuss the three-year saga involving sexual harassment allegations and criminal charges against former First Minister Alex Salmond. Why is a judge-led inquiry into the potential conspiracy against Salmond necessary?
MP Kenny McKaskill sits down with Tommy Sheridan to take a closer look at the inquiry into the Scottish government's conduct during the trial of Alex Salmond. Has Alex Salmond been a victim of a high-level conspiracy?