Anas Sarwar hits out at Glasgow LEZ roll-out 'incompetence'
The LEZ, which aims to protect public health by excluding the most polluting vehicles from the city centre, has been met with mixed responses.
Sheku Bayoh inquiry chair 'welcomes' Police Scotland's racism admission
Sheku Bayoh inquiry chair Alastair Campbell – termed Lord Bracadale, “welcomed” the statement and said: “The Sheku Bayoh Inquiry was set up to examine the events surrounding the death of Mr Bayoh, including whether race was a factor in those events.
“I look forward to
Racism, sexism, and misogyny 'a reality in Police Scotland', top officer admits
"Publicly acknowledging these issues exist institutionally is essential to our absolute commitment to championing equality and becoming an anti-racist service.
"Prejudice and bad behaviour within policing, as highlighted by court and conduct cases, various independent r
UofG students react to First Minister’s resignation
The Glasgow University students interviewed on the day of her resignation expressed a variety of emotions, ranging from shock and sympathy to frustration and disappointment. A student from Wales remarked: “It’s quite sad to see her go, but I also kind of u
“Not in our name”: Students launch campaign against UofG’s fossil fuel and arms investments
The Glasgow Guardian spoke to dozens of protesters at the rally, who expres
“Women, Life, Freedom”: Fighting for Iran’s future from the streets of Glasgow
Since 16 September, widespread anti-government demonstrations have erupted
How the Queen’s death divided Scottish public opinion
“Sticking plasters over the cracks of a broken system”: in conversation with the NUS Scotland president
With regards to the housing crisis, which has seen UofG students paying extortionate rents, living in emergency accommodation, sofa surfing, and commuting from Stirling and Edinburgh, Ellie Gomersall told The Glasgow Guardian: “What we really need to se
Coping with Mother’s Day when grieving the loss of your own
Standing all alone in the brightly-lit aisle, the world around me seems to pass by in
Hundreds in Scotland protest against the Russian invasion of Ukraine
UofG students support the strikes
The majority of students who took part in the survey supported the strikes, with 75% of students fully supporting the strike action. Despite overall expressions of support for the strike action in a survey conducted by The Glasgow Guardian, only a third of respondents said they wouldn't cross the picket line be it to at
How to save the world, one step at a time
Unfortunately, our impact is significantly limited by the upsetting reality that just 100 companies – including the UK-based BP, Shell, a
Buchanan Street demonstration calls for UK immigration reform
Thousands take to the streets for Fridays for Future Glasgow
The protest highlighted diverse voices, including indigenous climate activists from the Global South. Almost all of the speeches in George Square were given by
Big Night In: Will staying in make it safer to go out?
Former Glasgow University geography lecturer accused of sexual harassment
An investigation by Al Jazeera, as part of their "Degrees of Abuse" series, has reported sexual misconduct and grooming perpetrated by Dr Ian Shaw, former lecturer in geography, at the University of Glasgow. Between 2018 and 2020, the senior lecturer in geography has been the subject of accusations sub
‘Fight like hell’: Inside Glasgow’s Youth March for Climate Justice
To further understand people’s divergent motivations