Eve Livingston, The Guardian

Eve Livingston

The Guardian

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Past articles by Eve:

Nicola Sturgeon urged to set up fund to help women with costs of fleeing abuse

Leading charity accuses Scottish government of failing on pledge to support women trapped in domestic violence by rising costs → Read More

‘It’s a lot scarier to face winter here’: Britain’s coldest village prepares for freezing weather

In Braemar, Aberdeenshire, people are used to low temperatures but there is anxiety about the soaring costs of staying warm → Read More

‘Devastated’ UK students forced to live in neighbouring cities in university accommodation crisis

A surge in the number of 18-year-olds combined with a lack of housing and landlords switching to Airbnb create a perfect storm → Read More

Food delivery drivers fired after ‘cut-price’ GPS app sent them on ‘impossible’ routes

Couriers who deliver for Just Eat were sacked by email and wrongly accused of taking ‘excessive detours’ → Read More

Young people don’t care about the strikes of the 1970s and 80s. They are worried about now

Low pay and insecure work are issues that overwhelmingly affect them. That’s why the denigration of unions is not working, says journalist Eve Livingston → Read More

Heat wave: how Orkney is leading a tidal power revolution

Strong tides make conditions in the Scottish islands ideal, but can the UK grasp the opportunity to become a leader in the sector? → Read More

Anger as protesters who blocked UK immigration raid face day in court

Trio arrested for resisting removal of two Indians in Kenmure Street, Glasgow in move that became byword for community spirit → Read More

Glasgow archaeologists dig for lost treasures from 1988 garden festival

The hunt is now on for missing exhibits from the event that helped to transform a post-industrial city → Read More

Wanted: your spare room for global visitors to Glasgow’s climate summit

Locals in the host city are being asked to offer a warm welcome to indigenous delegates visiting for Cop26 → Read More

Britain’s workforce is changing – now our unions must catch up

Sharon Graham’s election as head of Unite shows workers facing new forms of exploitation need strong, diverse unions, says journalist and author Eve Livingston → Read More

Jubilant Scotland fans make the journey home after the longest day

Exhausted and hoarse, the tartan army make it back north after a whirlwind visit to London for Friday’s game → Read More

Buddhists take on US army to keep peace in Scottish sanctuary

Abbot of retreat in Dumfries and Galloway that was visited by David Bowie condemns proposals for special forces target practice → Read More

Care workers and cleaners of Dundee in fight for equal pay

‘She Town’ women have a proud industrial history. But they are facing a new struggle that is driving them into early retirement → Read More

Bidding war opens to decide the future of Edinburgh’s Royal High School

The city landmark and masterpiece of Greek revival style, empty for more than 50 years, could be a place of learning again → Read More

Ruins with a view: plan to turn Scottish castles into enchanting hotels

SNP hopes to emulate Spain’s lucrative paradores in a drive to boost jobs, tourism and heritage preservation → Read More

‘Scotland saw Trump for who he was years ago’: An ocean away, Turnberry residents predict president’s re-election chances

On the Scottish coast, Eve Livingston finds that everyone has an anecdote about the world’s most powerful man. But not all agree on what should happen next week → Read More

Young Scots rally to independence banner for 2021 elections

Some Holyrood hopefuls were still at school during the 2014 referendum but there is doubt over the scale of their support → Read More

'I'd be dead without it': how mentoring is changing the lives of care leavers in Scotland

A programme pairing young Scottish people who have been in care with mentors is having transformative effects → Read More

Scotland’s oldest miniature steam railway finally runs out of puff

Kerr’s half-mile line has delighted visitors to Arbroath for 85 years; with a last blast of nostalgia it has blown its last whistle → Read More

‘We came all this way to start a new life’: the misery of Glasgow’s lockdown freshers

The university has offered a rent rebate to students stuck in its halls, but will it ease their anger and frustration? → Read More