Its cool. You’ve obviously got the hang of drawing figures and cloth, and have a good cinematic sense to the opening there.
The lack of backgrounds really hurts this as a story though. I know backgrounds are a pain, but if you limit them to an establishing shot and just add a few details in the smaller panels it adds so much to a strip. Glasgow’s an awesome looking city. Use photo-ref, trace over it, compose it with outlines and gradients like a Colin Baxter photo. “Cheat” in whatever way makes it easier, but it’ll be worth it. It gets to be fun too.
You’re using ellipses for lettering. I’d recommend more of a flour-bag shape. If you imagine morphing between a rectangle and an ellipse, that’s what you get. Have a look at most comics on the shelf, the speech bubbles look like elllipses that have been squeezed a bit top to bottom and left to right. I made this switch with my comic a while back and its made lettering so much easier. The text fits inside the bubbles with less flddling around, and the bubbles obscure less of the artwork.
Keep on going - you’re off to a good start.