Monthly Archives: December 2015

My 2015 in Review

Another year, another reflective blog post. I do plan to keep this post short though, as 2015 has – on one analysis – been gloriously uneventful. My Hogmanay 2013 blog was written in very different circumstances and with just a … Continue reading

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Remember Mary Barbour (in Kilbarchan)

This is a short and occasionally personal post on a land reform matter that partly relates to the place where I grew up, the Renfrewshire village of Kilbarchan. Two pictures will set the scene. This cairn was recently unveiled at … Continue reading

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RACCE Committee Stage 1 Report on the Land Reform Bill

First, an apology to any land reform fans out there. I have been a bit remiss in my blogging and this is my first chance to offer a select few words on the Stage 1 Report of the Rural Affairs, Climate … Continue reading

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Bu chòir Bile Ath-Leasachaidh an Fhearainn atharrachadh airson Coimiseanair Gàidhlig

Bha mi air Radio nan Gàidheal an-diugh a’ bruidhinn mu dheidhinn Coimisean Fearainn na h-Alba (agus seo link eile). Dè thuirt mi? Mar a sgrìobh mi anns a’ bhlog seo, a-rèir Achd na Gàidhlig (Alba) 2005, gabhaidh argamaid a dhèanamh … Continue reading

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Wild camping in Edinburgh: some thoughts on the #indycamp

In the days before I had my own blog, I contributed an article about wild camping in a city centre to a Scots legal website called The Firm Online. The Firm is decidedly not online at the moment (its old … Continue reading

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