Edinburgh Fringe gets political, as Theresa May meets Nicola Sturgeon to discuss Brexit ‘plan B’
Theresa May meets Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, in Edinburgh.
Gentrification threatens Glasgow’s carnival families
More than 4,000 people work in Scotland’s carnival yards; families whose heritage goes back centuries. Many of them live in Glasgow, but say they are being pushed out by the city’s fast moving regeneration – including in Govan, where a £17 million development is being built. We’ve been to meet the people who’ve been providing…