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  • Commentary

    Eclipsed?

    On superyachts and oligarchs, big data and soft power. The covert tech and offshore power of the floating super rich. I The Man who saved […]

    Christopher Harvie 6th Jul'17 3
  • Football
    Andy Muirhead 5th Jul'17 18
  • Football

    Rangers are Bust (ed)

    [View the story “Rangers are Bust (ed)” on Storify]

    Mike Small 5th Jul'17 35
  • Journey to Yes

    Journey to Yes 17

    The next instalment from Phantom Powers Journey to Yes series features philosophy professor Anthony Grayling who campaigned for the No argument on 2014. Professor A.C. […]

    Phantom Power 5th Jul'17 4
  • Brexit
    Adam Ramsay 5th Jul'17 9
  • Anti-Capitalism

    SPG on Summer Holidays

    More glorious #subvertising from @SpecialPatrols (and others) … #ManifestoAntipubblicitario #AdHackManifesto #AdvertisingShitsInYourHead * * * More here on the work of Hogre, Brandalism, and Advertising Shits […]

    4th Jul'17 2
  • Environmental Justice

    Herring and Drittsekk

    “Scotland gets its brains from the Herring” – Ivor Cutler Michael Gove’s imbecilic comments have got a good run-out this week with him arguing on […]

    Mike Small 4th Jul'17 5
  • Media

    Bella Notes

    Apologies, fixes, corrections … On the first weekend of the month we publish a free magazine with The National. After the print issue comes out […]

    4th Jul'17 6
  • Commentary

    Good Night, Lily

    Paul Tritschler wanders around heaven and Earth, and finds there are more things than are dreamt of in our philosophy. The online ticket to Berlin […]

    Paul Tritschler 3rd Jul'17 5
  • Commentary

    Eutopia Lost

    David Jamieson explores a Scottish Euroscepticism. This article was first published in our print magazine, which comes free with The National on the first weekend of […]

    David Jamieson 3rd Jul'17 68
  • Playlists
    2nd Jul'17 0
  • Commentary

    Strong and Stable. Full steam ahead.

    * Captain May kept the boat headed for the iceberg; she was damned if she was going to let Ensign Corbyn take the wheel. Ensign […]

    Alec Finlay 2nd Jul'17 10
  • Commentary

    The Heavy Bear and the Jellyfish

    “After the General Election in 2017, and sometime distant, will future political historians be asking “Is there is such a thing anymore as a Tory, […]

    George Gunn 2nd Jul'17 9
  • Arts & Culture

    The Tiger who Came to Tea

    It’s clear that many of our cultural institutions are not fit for purpose and are still mired in slightly weird inappropriate dispositions, a historic legacy […]

    Mike Small 29th Jun'17 43

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