Edinburgh's Hogmanay cuts - your views online

Plug pulled on torchlight procession through city centre
Edinburgh's traditional torchlight procession is cancelled this yearEdinburgh's traditional torchlight procession is cancelled this year
Edinburgh's traditional torchlight procession is cancelled this year

Iria Forgie

Aw, well, that's the only worthwhile part. Cancel everything then the council can spend the money on more silly construction projects gone on too long.

Gail Armstrong

What else are they going to pull the plug on? Soon there will we nothing left to lift people’s spirits The clowncil at their best!

Roley Walton

We used to love the torchlight procession. What a shame!

Robyn Ferrigan

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Good man, security tried to stop me getting home because rugby fans walk that route, this would be just as nippy. Nothing against it, I just feel Edinburgh is all about portraying an image and can't even fix the potholes in reality.

Claire A A Eadie

Considering Hogmanay is a mass gathering, is that cancelled too?

Allan Squair

If they were on bikes, would it be allowed?

David Henderson

That’s a shame, just when the people of the city need a bit of light relief from all the economic woes at the moment.

Catherine Ross

The Tattoo was on this year, so why not have the torchlight procession?

Scott Shaw

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Think they should just march in anger to the clowncil headquarters. They seem to put off everything that doesn't make money -fireworks and now this.

NHS Pay dispute

No more money for NHS as strike looms, warns Scottish Health Secretary, Humza Yousaf

Christine Douglas

There are a lot people willing to pay for pescripions· I think some meds shouldnt be free. I’m older and pay for anything.

Peter Anderson

What about all the money spent on the tram project and the everlasting tram enquiry and the nonsense Spaces for People?

Vivienne Shaw

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What about the money being saved for the independence campaign?

Christine Duffy

And this eejit and the rest of his party want a second referendum! It makes a lot or sense to me NOT to give you £20million. You could have put it to better use. Sadly Scotland would never make it alone.

Tom Kerr

Given the SNP have underfunded the NHS for years, nobody should be surprised it’s in chaos.

Grace Scott

Lead by example - decrease everyone's wages in parliament, stop the expenses scandal and give the people decent wages!

Autumn statement

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‘We're all going to be paying a bit more tax’, warns Chancelloe Jeremy Hunt

Barbara McCartney

Will he be taking a bit less pay and not take the expenses?

Alan Bass

When are the plebs of this county ,as we have been called, going to waken up?

Jackie Hamilton

Perhaps the UK government should have adopted Ireland's furlough scheme max €300 per week and they have to repay it in three years!

Cliff Mcn

Will the rich pay more tax?

Gavin Spence

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Over £35k they are talking about significant increases. Tax benefits on electric vehicles to be scrapped. And a whole host of other revenue raising to be brought in.

Nightclub memories

10 Edinburgh nightclubs - gone but not forgotten

Warren Burrows

The Casablanca (pre Flanagan's). Shows how old I am. Some great groups there.

Steven Hogarth

I worked on the door at Tiffany's for five years.

Cutter Oo

They build flats next to them, folk move in and complain about the noise, club gets shut. It’ll be the Corn Exchange next.

Ann Byrne

Valentino’s was an amazing place.

Dave Shields

The Lane was a very popular club from the mid to late nineties. Situated at Edinburgh’s West End, off Queensferry Street. The club DJ, Jon Flowers, played 70s to modern house, groove and a bit of techno. It was a cracking place.

Charlie Fraser

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Joy, Millionaires, CC Blooms, Chapps, Laughing Duck and best of them all - Fire Island.

David Greig

Someone mentioned Nicky Tams but what about The Americana and The White Elephant – basket supper anyone?

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