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Scotsman
Trainspotting wins big at the Scottish Baftasout over the sexual abuse scandal that has engulfed the industry. The long-awa
Scotsman / Posted 18 days ago
out over the sexual abuse scandal that has engulfed the industry. The long-awaited sequel to the iconic adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s novel was named best feature film, with Danny Boyle honoured as best director. Ewen Bremner fought off the... Read more
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19d
Scotsman
Trainspotting wins big at the Scottish Baftasout over the sexual abuse scandal that has engulfed the industry. The long-awa
Scotsman / Posted 19 days ago
out over the sexual abuse scandal that has engulfed the industry. The long-awaited sequel to the iconic adaptation of Irvine Welsh’s novel was named best feature film, with Danny Boyle honoured as best director. Ewen Bremner fought off the... Read more
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Daily Record
Writer slams 'poverty tourists' who profit from deprived communitieslike the one he grew up in Pollok, Glasgow.Read More It is nuanced, considered
Daily Record / Posted 21 days ago
like the one he grew up in Pollok, Glasgow.Read More It is nuanced, considered and complex in its take on poverty. Irvine Welsh praised it as “Nothing less than an intellectual and spiritual rehab manual for the progressive left.” Darren... Read more
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heraldscotland
Acclaimed Glasgow publisher Freight under control of liquidatorremain. Co-founder Davinder Samrai has repeatedly moved to reassure writers th
heraldscotland / Posted 25 days ago
remain. Co-founder Davinder Samrai has repeatedly moved to reassure writers their contracts would be honoured. Above: Irvine Welsh The future of the firm, which lists Irvine Welsh and Janice Galloway among its authors, came under scrutiny... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Review of 'Shankly: Nature's Fire' world premiere at Liverpool Philharmonicdelivered by an impressive array of interviewees. Phil Thompson, Roger Hunt, D
Liverpool Echo / Posted 25 days ago
delivered by an impressive array of interviewees. Phil Thompson, Roger Hunt, Denis Law, Chris Lawler, Ron Yeats and author Irvine Welsh all reminisced. While for the modern reds, Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher spoke eloquently of the impact... Read more

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