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  • Direct Action

    Mobs and Monarchs

    On 29 October 1795, George III was on his way to open Parliament, when his carriage was surrounded by a crowd calling for ‘peace’, ‘bread’, […]

    The Heckler 10th Dec'10 6
  • Media

    Wikileaks 101

    Wikileaks Julian Assange interviewed on TED by Chris Anderson, very good background on the project, how it works and a sense of Assange as a […]

    Mike Small 9th Dec'10 4
  • Music

    Liar Liar Liar

    Thanks to Murdo for this from THE Captain SKA…”Liberal values at the heart of British Government”

    Murdo Macdonald 6th Dec'10 4
  • Wikileaks
    Mike Small 6th Dec'10 0
  • Identity

    La Flama de tot un Poble en Moviment

    The Lip Dub for Independence is a self-evidently powerful demonstration of national solidarity intended to reach out to the world to let it know that […]

    Frankly's Bloque 6th Dec'10 12
  • International

    Ke Garne?

    By Peter Thomson What to do? – as my Nepali friends would say. Sitting here in SW Scotland, dogs around my feet, Aga keeping me […]

    Peter Thomson 2nd Dec'10 7
  • Commentary

    The Big Chill

    In a way, Christmas has come early this year.  After all, every year we have “White Christmas”, “Let it Snow” and other such tinsel trash […]

    Joe Middleton 2nd Dec'10 15
  • Media

    Gruniad’s Demise

    The Guardian matters in a way that few other newspapers do. It’s got history, gravitas and crucially it cracked its online presence from the start […]

    Mike Small 1st Dec'10 8
  • Referendum on Independence
    Kevin WilliamsonMike Small 30th Nov'10 44
  • Media

    Building a Better Media for Scotland

    Bella Caledonia and Newsnet are delighted to announce a new collaboration, where we will be commissioning new articles and sharing analysis and editorial content together. […]

    Mike Small 29th Nov'10 6
  • International

    A Foreign Policy for Scotland

    This is the speech on foreign policy to the Scottish Independence Convention conference on 7 November 2010 at the National Piping Centre in Glasgow The […]

    Osama Saeed 28th Nov'10 11
  • Commentary

    Nat is a Feminist Issue

    That Scottish women are less likely to support independence (at the moment) was displayed once again by polls this week. Reading the Scotsman kicks up […]

    Caitlin O'Hara 27th Nov'10 2
  • Economics
    Michael Roy 24th Nov'10 6
  • Climate Change

    Beyond the Stupid Economy

    The real issue is not the relationship between sovereignty and prosperity but between prosperity and growth. Ireland’s real ‘crime’ was not to be independent, or […]

    Mike Small 22nd Nov'10 2

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