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Conference and keynote specialist speakers on politics in Scotland – devolution, demographics, the independence debate, the Barnett Formula, Brexit, and more.
Lord McFall is a distinguished and outspoken Parliamentary expert on the UK bank [more]
Rory Bremner is the safest pairs of hands on the after dinner circuit - a favourite of both corporate clients and the public alike. Britain's sharpest impressionist!... [more]
Alastair Darling - former Labour MP and Chancellor of the Exchequer who steered the United Kingdom through the worst financial crisis of modern times. ... [more]
Chris Deerin - Scotsman, political columnist, award winning journalist, controversial critic of the SNP and communications expert. ... [more]
Alan Fisher - Washington DC correspondent for Al Jazeera International and a highly respected political speaker and presenter. He is a columnist with current affairs magazine Scottish Review. ... [more]
Mairi Fraser - Scottish journalist - has covered major news stories for such eminent titles as The Scotsman, The Times, Telegraph and Independent.... [more]
Matthew Goodwin - leading authority on extremism, the Eurozone and EU, Brexit and how it may succeed, how we might fight terrorism and what the electorate really think about these issues.... [more]
Tom Harris - columnist for the Daily Telegraph, as an MP he became the Labour government's longest serving railways Minister and is a pioneer of political social media.... [more]
Ayesha Hazarika is a speaker, broadcaster, political commentator, former adviser to Ed Miliband and Harriet Harman.... [more]
Azeem Ibrahim - entrepreneur, adviser to world leaders and youngest on the Sunday Times Rich List and Carter Anderson's Power 100 list.... [more]
Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Bill Jamieson, a great journalist and a remarkable voice for Scotland. He was a friend and valued colleague.
Laura Kuenssberg: probing political interviewer, BBC Political Editor, and the first woman to take the role in the history of the corporation. ... [more]