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  • Commentary

    The Right of Protest

    Three Syrian students charged with resisting arrest and assaulting police officers at a Glasgow protest have been cleared after a senior Sheriff branded the police […]

    James Doleman 29th May'16 8
  • Commentary

    Futurama at Holyrood

    We want to be taken care of. We want to be included. See all that “cradle to the grave” stuff that Tories so despise that […]

    Peter Arnott 22nd Apr'16 83
  • Holyrood 2016

    The Big Debate from Glasgow

    Interesting livestream debate from the Riverside Halls Glasgow that includes Tommy Sheridan, Cat Boyd, Ivan McKee, Johann Lamont, Zara Kitson and more.

    13th Apr'16 16
  • Holyrood 2016
    Cat Boyd 5th Mar'16 24
  • Commentary

    The Directors’ Box

    At the last home game of 2015 the structures of Ibrox stadium trembled to the sound of ‘The Billy Boys’. It was just like old times […]

    Phil Mac Giolla Bhain 4th Mar'16 41
  • Arts & Culture

    Cos I Can

    Disclaimer: Because neither of my parents finished high school, I’m from Coatbridge, have seven brothers and sisters, grew up on a series of schemes as […]

    Katie Gallogly-Swan 7th Jan'16 47
  • Arts & Culture
    Loki 6th Jan'16 77
  • Arts & Culture

    Avengers Assemble!

    Walls Come Tumbling Down – Assemble and the Turner Prize When artist, writer and musician Kim Gordon announced Assemble as the winner of the 2015 […]

    Neil Cooper 8th Dec'15 1
  • Commentary

    Unusual Suspects Ahead

    We live in a world characterised by false dichotomy. Two such fallacies are dominant: social justice equals state centralism and individual passivity, whilst capitalism equals […]

    Mike Small 5th Oct'15 2
  • Left

    Death of Certainty, New Hope Rising

    We live in a historical moment marked by deep and profound ideological and social flux. If you are unconvinced by this, just think back ten […]

    Jonathon Shafi 17th Aug'15 6
  • Glasgow

    Dear Green Place

    On my leg there’s a scar. It’s about two inches long, roughly the shape of a badly drawn F. It lives on the back of […]

    Vonny Moyes 26th Jun'15 39
  • Arts & Culture
    Bram E Gieben 12th Jun'15 25
  • Austerity Britain

    Swimming Against the Tide

    By Jim Monaghan In 2001, when Glasgow City Council made the decision to close the public baths in Calder Street, Govanhill, in Glasgow’s Southside, they […]

    Jim Monaghan 1st Jun'15 10
  • Commentary

    No Mean City

    By  Mike Small Several things can be true at the same time. The following statements are all true: The incident in Glasgow today was disgraceful. […]

    Mike Small 4th May'15 41
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