Something else is on your agenda: would you like more time to read this edition online? Here’s why. We’ve got lots of you talking in the comments section, where you can also share your stories, images and videos of how Scotland is changing – and what you think of the vision that the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, put forward in the her landmark Green Paper. And we’re taking your questions too.
If you’re fresh from the other stories we’ve written about, don’t panic. We’ve got you covered on that front too. Here’s what we’ve got:
• Rebecca Addlington explores how one generation’s attitudes to guns is impacting on others.
• Sarah Boseley interviews Karen Raffan about her six-year battle with osteoarthritis.
• FT Comment’s Rawlings gives his verdict on Sunday’s Scottish parliamentary debate.
• “No, actually Nicola Sturgeon is the same as all the rest of the politicians. She wants to be loved. She wants us to feel like we’re going to be with her in the future. But it’s not about being happy, it’s about being fulfilled. When she says Brexit is not about leaving the European Union, then she’s right, it’s about leaving Europe. She doesn’t want us to feel British, she wants us to feel Scottish.”
• “Nothing in the Scottish Labour party is going to transform itself unless it gets rid of the hierarchy, and more urgently its leadership.”
• “Autonomy leaves you damned if you do, damned if you don’t.”
• On the op-ed page, Fawaz Gerges writes that “the most illuminating part of the Green Paper is not the new priorities in education and the environment, but in a review of opposition members’ fears for Scotland under its newest and most radical government.”
• Natalia Pollak writes in the Independent that “spurning the European Convention on Human Rights could save Scotland from the catastrophe the rest of the UK’s government is committing it to.”
• “Whatever its challenges, the #MeToo movement is helping men to dream again.”
This is the January edition of Your Scotland, your daily guide to the stories that matter for the next two weeks and beyond. From real and fantastic political stories to life-changing stories, from the arts to food and drink, your best comments, images and videos – please let us know what you think of our vision for Scotland.