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About Valentina Servera Clavell

Valentina Servera, is a Catalan journalist from Barcelona that came to the sunny Glasgow for a tan. She is the runner up for the Colum of the year awards in the SSJA’s, and she can only talk about politics and sports. DO NOT TALK TO HER ABOUT ANYTHING ELSE

Get to know Alex Kerr, EFAy young candidate from Scotland

Today we have a quiet sit down with Alex Kerr, Youngest candidate for the MEP’s list for this European Elections. In this video Alex has been challenged to …

Top 3 shows to watch – after exam season

Have you run out of RuPaul Drag Race episodes or finished that white girl telenovela Riverdale? Are you looking for new things to watch? Here are my top three …

Local MP calls for debate on Catalan political prisoners

A local MP has called for a debate on Catalan political prisoners following the start of their trial. Gavin Newlands, SNP MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire …

Shawn Mendes lights up Glasgow

My favourite Canadian boy was coming to Glasgow, and I was so gutted I didn’t have tickets, but on the same day of the concert, a magic fairytale AKA my …

Happy 70th Birthday NATO, time to retire.

Valentina Clavell discusses her opinion of NATO and it’s relationship with Scotland. How’s NATO for Scotland?  Well, where do I start? NATO is about …

“I could still not believe he was gone” – a poem about losing a father

I could still not believe he was gone  He was lying there dead, so peaceful and happy that I just wanted to go with him.    But there I was in front of so …

Could Theresa May be getting the boot?

International Officer of SNP Youth and student journalist Valentina Servera Clavell gives her take on the current political climate. Theresa May faces Vote of …

Student talks about her experiences of returning to college

Are you ready for the year ahead? Being at college isn’t always easy.   Back to College.  That time of the year has arrived, and, no, unfortunately …

Glasgow City FC 0 – 3 FC Barcelona: Champion’s league takes over Glasgow

A double from Toni Duggan and one goal from Alexia Putellas was enough to take the Catalans to Quarter Finals. With over 700 in attendance on a chilly evening …