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What Douglas Is Cancelled teaches the Catholic Church about handling scandals

Steven Moffat’s Douglas Is Cancelled is a provocative and fast-paced satire that delves into the complexities of cancel culture, societal norms, and the media's role in public scandals. Starring Hugh Bonneville as Douglas Bellowes, a TV presenter whose career spirals after making a sexist...

Open Letter from Chris McEleny to Gourock residents

By Chris McEleny General Election Candidate As the pro-independence candidate at the General Election I have been asked by many my view on the Council granting permission for a 4,000 person Orange march on Saturday.  When I was your councillor I was keen to try stop the...

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