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  • View from the Street: Rugby needs to do mo...

    Adam Shaw tackles concussion in rugby in this week's View from the Street. He concludes that World Rugby has ten months to get its act together.

    View from the Street: Rugby needs to do mo...
  • View from the Street: Our top picks for Bo...

    Given it's Book Week Scotland (and Black Friday), we've put together a list of our favourite reads. Whether it's inspiration for a Christmas present or a treat yourself moment, we're sure you'll find something inspiring.

    View from the Street: Our top picks for Bo...
  • View from the Street: Patient (capital) or...

    Martha Walsh takes a look at what else is going on in Whitehall this week as we eagerly await their response to the National Security and Investment White Paper in the new year.

    View from the Street: Patient (capital) or...
  • View from the Street: Lest we forget...

    Our chairman, Sir Angus Grossart, reflects on a story of remembrance from his hometown of Carluke, South Lanarkshire.

    View from the Street: Lest we forget...
  • View from the Street: When the chips are d...

    Associate Partner Iain Gibson points out out that a tech chip index located in the Home of the Eagles - Philadelphia, US - hasn't quite been 'flying' of late. Here's why we that could be a cause for concern.

    View from the Street: When the chips are d...
  • View from the Street: Killing the art of c...

    In this week's View from the Street, David Gaffney suggests that spending time with bots and bampots via your smartphone ain't all it's cracked up to be.

    View from the Street: Killing the art of c...
  • View from the Street: Wealth of the Nation...

    The director the David Hume Institute, Jane-Frances Kelly, guest writes today on how Scotland needs to get it's act together on productivity.

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