‘Scotland likes to see itself as a bold, brave, progressive, dynamic 21st Century nation, but the truth is more insular, conservative, deferential and, in the end, suffocating – not just for individuals, but for ideas and innovation too. Unless that changes, nothing else will.’
About James McEnaney
James McEnaney is a college lecturer, former secondary school teacher, and journalist. His work has appeared in publications including The Ferret, The Sunday National, The Times Scotland, Bella Caledonia, openDemocracy and the Guardian.