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ROB GIBSON RECLAIMING OUR LAND

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Formal Bill process

Don’t be satisfied with half measures of change, but to go in for what is your just and your natural right. Michael Davitt, Portree 1887....

Urban Land Reform

Scotland had the most rapid urbanisation of any European nation in the industrial revolution of the 19th century. Its workers, its poor,...

Consulting on the land reform Bill 2014-15

The big asks – diversity, transparency and supportive land tax Scottish Government consultation (2 December 2014 – 10 February 2015)...

Land reform in Parliament at last

Too far or not far enough? The landlords have given to the people no satisfaction but have told us to have patience. We told them that...

Human rights to our land

Is it legitimate to disturb property rights? Is it legitimate not to? Dr Kirsteen Shields, New Statesman, 14 December 2015 The European...

Most of Scotland is underwater

Not even our rivers run free. Misquote from Mickey MacConnell’s 1965 song, Only Our Rivers Run Free The Scotland that lies under water...

Deer impact across Scotland

Deer impact across Scotland Beyond the common grazing, on the deer ground they call Wild Land, that’s our domestic space. It is where we...

Tenant farmers, factors and landlords

It’s the land. It is our wisdom. It’s the land. It shines us through. It’s the land. It feeds our children. It’s the land. You cannot own...

Land Reform takes off - 1999 to 2011

Land reform takes off 1999 to 2011 A remarkable degree of agreement is now developing about what needs to change and about the broad...

Lochaber - hoping for the wheel to turn

"Land, sky, and loch spoke of the vanished people and their last enterprise - their first and last, when far Lochaber almost imposed a...

Hostile Tory land - Thatcher in the 1980s

Ach ‘s e sealladh leòinte is gann Tha an seo aig ceann thall an linn Talaimh àlainn nan daoine Fhathast an làmhan duine no dithis. But it...

Introduction to Reclaiming Our Land

Despite it having been my plan for some years, retiring as an MSP was still a real wrench. This was eased somewhat by a sense of having...

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