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  • Commentary
    AnneMarie Ward 2nd Jun'11 4
  • Autonomism

    Common Sense

    The consistently inspiring Variant has a new edition out (read it here).It includes an interview with John Holloway, author of Changing the World Without Taking […]

    Mike Small 30th May'11 0
  • Commentary
    Lallands Peat Worrier 29th May'11 11
  • Commentary

    Gil Scott-Heron: The Wisdom of Anger

    I’m gutted to hear that Gil Scott-Heron, the American musician and poet, has died at the age of just 62. Described as the “Godfather of […]

    Mike Small 28th May'11 0
  • Holyrood 2011
    Kevin Williamson 27th May'11 11
  • Alex Salmond

    Where Now for Scottish Labour?

    The SNP’s crushing electoral victory has changed Britain’s political union for ever. Whatever else now happens, the constitutional and political status quo is no longer […]

    John McAllion 26th May'11 34
  • Events

    What’s Going On?

    First up from our occasional series of assorted & haphazard shtuffwhatshappening…is our own NeuReekie…Friday 27 May…Scottish Books Trust, Trunk’s Close, 55 High Street, The Capital. […]

    Mike Small 26th May'11 0
  • Identity

    End of the World: Not Many Affected

    If you were looking at Thursday 19 May’s evening news on BBC Scotland, hoping to see details of the Cabinet changes, and blinked, you’d miss […]

    Christopher Harvie 26th May'11 0
  • New Scotland

    Which Way Forward?

    My excitement at the implications of the national election result on May 5th, has been tempered over the last few weeks with the realisation that, […]

    Mhairi McAlpine 25th May'11 22
  • Media
    Joan McAlpine 24th May'11 15
  • Identity

    This is not who we are

    Imagine, the Scottish people as if they are a Peter Howson portrait, all simmering anger and grimy masculinity, a crowd scene of shared mistrust, the […]

    Robin McAlpine 24th May'11 11
  • Holyrood 2011
    Mike Small 20th May'11 22
  • Review

    Iain Banks & The Culture

    Steve Arnott takes a personal look at the ‘Culture’ novels of Iain Banks and argues that sceptics of the genre are missing out on something […]

    Steve Arnott 18th May'11 10
  • Anti-Capitalism

    North and South, Ecology and Justice

    With neoliberalism on a down slope and a new era of South-South cooperation dawning, this is the most favorable historical moment in decades to retake […]

    Carmelo Ruiz-Marrero 17th May'11 0

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