independence – self-determination – autonomy

  • Trident

    Wound Up in the Weeds of Westminster

    There’s a century long tradition of MP’s with radical intentions taking the train to Westminster and getting caught up in Westminster’s cultural and political weeds. […]

    20th May'18 19
  • Commentary

    Singed Milk

    On the Ulva buy-out and memories from Eigg twenty years ago. Maxwell MacLeod raises a glass to Scotland’s greatest treasures. As a no hoper freelance […]

    19th May'18 25
  • Commentary

    The Unelected are Our New Saviours

    Scotland had previously been understood as a ‘Liminal Land’ – stuck halfway, mid-process – between the states of devolution and independence – between something and […]

    18th May'18 14
  • Commentary
    16th May'18 53
  • Events

    How to Launch a Rocket

    This is just a very quick article to explain in simple terms what the national Gathering of the groups is for, and why every dedicated […]

    16th May'18 3
  • Commentary

    Ivanka Praying for Peace

    As the Palestinian death toll in border protest has risen to thirty-seven, Ivanka is on Instagram selling jewellery and opening the new US Embassy in […]

    14th May'18 13
  • Commentary

    Hostile Environment

    This spring saturday what do the newspapers tell us about the state we live in? The Daily Express wails at accountability for past military action […]

    Mike Small 12th May'18 20
  • Commentary
    Nicholas Russell 10th May'18 33
  • Commentary

    An Other World

    Layla-Roxanne Hill on why Scotland must break down invisible borders and ‘hostile environments’. The Windrush scandal has seen the lives of Black British citizens destroyed […]

    Layla Roxanne-Hill 8th May'18 5
  • Commentary
    Jonathon Shafi 7th May'18 80
  • Commentary

    May ’68 and Soul Culture

    Earlier this year Stuart Cosgrove’s book ‘Memphis 68’ won the Penderyn Music Book of the Year. He returns to Bella Caledonia to tell the unknown […]

    Stuart Cosgrove 7th May'18 0
  • International
    Chloé Farand 6th May'18 1
  • Commentary

    Sunny Days in Glasgow

    Yesterday’s march was a huge and brilliant turnout which far exceeded the organisers expectations. It is a manifestation of the movements strength and an inspiration […]

    Mike Small 6th May'18 65

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