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  • Poetry
    Orla-Jo ní Dhúill 18th Aug'16 5
  • Autonomism

    Break Up or Break Out?

    Amicable Separation? Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are not attempting old-style nation-statehood: they are (and indeed, can’t help being) in search of a new mode […]

    14th Mar'13 7
  • Economics

    No Evictions for Bedroom Tax

    [Mike Dailly is the Principal Solicitor of Glasgow’s Govan Law Centre and is a member of the Financial Services Authority’s Financial Services Consumer Panel. He […]

    Mike Dailly 18th Feb'13 11
  • Referendum on Independence

    Strategies for Independence

    This Saturday a significant event is taking place in Glasgow. It’s the first coming together of a new coalition after the implosion of the last […]

    Mike Small 21st Nov'12 3
  • Alex Salmond
    Kevin Williamson 23rd Oct'12 45
  • New Scotland
    Kevin Williamson 25th Sep'12 34
  • Commentary

    Arguing for Independence

    Arguing for Independence lifts the entire debate on Scottish independence to a new intellectual level… Likes(0)Dislikes(0)

    Mike Small 18th Sep'12 6
  • Scottish Culture
    Kevin Williamson 13th Jun'12 4
  • Alex Salmond

    Anti-Englishness and the SNP

    Broken Britain Likes(1)Dislikes(1)

    James Maxwell 3rd Apr'12 15
  • Anti-Capitalism

    Occupying a non-place

    In an exclusive new essay for Bella Caledonia, author Ewan Morrison has some critical words to say about the direction taken by the global Occupy […]

    Ewan Morrison 19th Mar'12 19
  • Identity

    An Awfully Big Adventure

    According to Neil Oliver the referendum will be ‘the biggest decision in 300 years’. So ca’ very canny … I wonder. In 1707-15, as far […]

    Christopher Harvie 17th Feb'12 8
  • Referendum on Independence

    Why Indy Lite is Wrong

      It’s fair to say – along with the not-so-gentle student arm-twisting of a newly elected representative for the South of Scotland region – that […]

    Pat Kane 17th Jan'12 21
  • Basque Country

    Breaking Waves

    The Scots and the Basques are the European nations which are most likely to break away from the states of which they are currently citizens […]

    Mike Small 24th Nov'11 1
  • Identity

    George Gunn has left the building

    The Caithness poet and playwright, George Gunn, has often ploughed a lone furrow in the far north of Scotland.  Despite critical acclaim for his many […]

    George Gunn 10th Nov'11 8

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