Angus Robertson MSP, Member of the Scottish Parliament for Edinburgh Central

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#TeamScotland have arrived home! My huge congratulations to them their stunning performance at the #CommonwealthGames2022. You’ve done us all proud.

👏🏼Thanks also to the people of Birmingham for being warm and welcoming hosts.

Honoured with the critic's pic by the leading US culture journal @newcriterion. Delighted with positive reviews and coverage since US publication last week by @Pegasus_Books and distribution by @simonschuster. #Vienna

Our critic’s pick: “The Crossroads of Civilization: A History of Vienna,” by Angus Robertson (Pegasus). @AngusRobertson @Pegasus_Books

Edinburgh’s festivals are back with a bang. The city is buzzing. Visitors and Edinburgh residents alike are turning out for events in venues large and small across the Scottish Capital. What are you going to see? Details in @edinburghpaper @TheScotsman #EdinburghFestivals ...🏰🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🌍

Wise words from the headteacher of Broughton High School in central Edinburgh. It's 35 years since I sat my Highers there, but I still remember how big results day was. Best wishes to all students at @BroHighOfficial and across Scotland. #SQAresults

To our senior phase students:
When your SQA results come through, be sure to celebrate if you have done well, and be determined to improve if you have not. Remember though, as important as they are, your results do not define you.

Excerpts from "Crossroads of Civilization - A History of Vienna" available via Literary Hub. How an 18th century Englishwoman trail-blazed female travel writing. Thanks to @Pegasus_Books @simonschuster and @lithub. #Vienna

"Lady Montagu’s lively descriptions of her time in Vienna and Constantinople are credited as inspiration for subsequent travel writers, especially female writers."