My reflections on the Scottish Parliaments ‘Time for Reflection’

This article examines the history and development of ‘Time for Reflection’ (TfR) since the re-establishment of the Scottish Parliament from 1999 until the present. By comparing and contrasting an analysis of the make-up of the contributions with the demographics of the Scottish population this study will conclude that current practices of ‘Time for Reflection’ over-represent … Continue reading My reflections on the Scottish Parliaments ‘Time for Reflection’

Our citizens behind the veil

The use of the face veil is quite possibly one of the most depressing sights (Independent, Tuesday 17th Sept 2013).  The face veil symbolises the very essence of female subservience to the chauvinistic culture of monotheism. Of course, in a liberal democracy the choice of headwear is a free choice for individuals.  However, the principle … Continue reading Our citizens behind the veil