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  • Women

    Women Life Freedom!

    International Women’s Day has become an important date in the Kurdish calendar of protest and resistance, and the central place given to the feminist struggle […]

    Sarah Glynn 8th Mar'18 1
  • Uncategorised

    Scotland, Dark Money and the Prince

    As vans trundle around London in the crudest propaganda campaign for an insidious regime the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is welcomed to Britain […]

    Mike Small 7th Mar'18 2
  • Commentary

    The Reality After this One

    Peter Arnott suggests that Scottish independence, when it comes, will be ‘as natural as rain’, but we may have to wait until the Brexit plays […]

    Peter Arnott 6th Mar'18 137
  • Commentary

    Meet the New Bosses

    John Cawley asks : who runs Scotland? How do we fight the corporate capture of Scottish politics by lobbyists, journalists who are also lobbyists and […]

    John Cawley 6th Mar'18 16
  • Commentary

    The Manknell Doctrine

    I was struck by an editorial in the Senscot Bulletin by Laurence Demarco, a seasoned observer of the Third Sector world of NGOs, social enterprises […]

    Alastair McIntosh 4th Mar'18 18
  • Commentary

    Berlin Dreams

    Reflections on humanness and dehumanisation by Paul Tritschler on what Kurt Vonnegut – an eyewitness to the Dresden raid described as ‘the greatest massacre in […]

    Paul Tritschler 4th Mar'18 7
  • History
    4th Mar'18 5
  • Commentary

    Bordering On The Ludicrous

    Gordon Guthrie on the ongoing Brexit farce and the hypocrisy and shambles of the Westminster Government’s Irish policy. “We’ve got them right where they want […]

    Gordon Guthrie 3rd Mar'18 9
  • Commentary

    Independent Futures

    David Jamieson and Jonathon Shafi raise some of the biggest, yet little discussed, challenges that lie ahead for the independence movement and confront the difficult […]

    David Jamieson and Jonathon Shafi 3rd Mar'18 55
  • Commentary

    40 Years Of Sobering-Up

    Clare Galloway reflects on her personal – and our national relationship with alcohol. People who drink too much, by definition, can’t appreciate the damage they […]

    Clare Galloway 2nd Mar'18 57
  • Commentary

    On the Road to Nowhere

    This was the Prime Ministers Road to Brexit speech, meant to be the crescendo of a series of public performances to put us all at […]

    Mike Small 2nd Mar'18 13
  • Media

    Fake News

    A timely deconstruction of how Fake News operates in the UK and how the right-wing press has jumped from one propaganda model to another from […]

    Mike Small 2nd Mar'18 4
  • Renewable Energy
    Katie Laing 1st Mar'18 25
  • Commentary

    Start with a Single Step

    So, let’s imagine ourselves in the not-too-distant future. We’ve fought another independence referendum and, this time, we’ve won. Scotland shall be an independent country. What […]

    Craig Dalzell 28th Feb'18 35

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