independence – self-determination – autonomy

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    Kevin Williamson 20th Jul'10 4
  • Calman Report

    Tom & Gerry

    Tom Miers has been in the news lately with his report from the think tank, “Policy Exchange”, entitled, “The Devolution Distraction”. I thought I’d take […]

    Doug the Dug 20th Jul'10 10
  • Climate Change

    From Congo with Love

    The Big Tent, Scotland’s environmental festival (23rd-25th July) launches this Friday 23rd July with the first showing outside London of renowned photographer Rankin’s ‘From Congo […]

    Mike Small 19th Jul'10 1
  • Gender

    Breaking the Silence of Scottish Men

    This essay is written as a contribution to starting a debate which is crucial and critical for Scotland’s future: the state of Scottish men. We […]

    Gerry Hassan 18th Jul'10 7
  • Antifascism

    English Fascists Jailed

    This is interesting given the frequent attempt by some to portray the EDL as a benign force detached from the rest of the fascist and […]

    Mike Small 3rd Jul'10 14
  • Review

    Bombing Kelpies

    A review of the journal, Dark Mountain, Vol. 1, Summer 2010 The editors of Bella have kindly drawn my attention to this debate about the […]

    Alastair McIntosh 30th Jun'10 6
  • International

    South of the Border

    An inspirational film from Oliver Stone on the experience of many Latin American countries. A vision for Scotland seizing control of its own destiny, not […]

    29th Jun'10 0
  • Uncategorized

    Letter To George Osbourne

    Chancellor of the Exchequer 11 Downing Street London England 24th June 2010 Dear George Osbourne It has come to my attention that while many of […]

    Kevin Williamson 26th Jun'10 30
  • Environmental Justice

    Dark Side of the Mountain

    The Dark Mountain Project began life as a manifesto, published in 2009, by the writers Dougald Hine and Paul Kingsnorth. In it they contend that […]

    Dougie Strang 9th Jun'10 17
  • Commentary

    The Democracy Of Books

    “I’m of the opinion that authors should avoid reviewing books of their peers” Philip Kerr.   There’s been a nice wee authorial square-go erupted between […]

    Kevin Williamson 2nd Jun'10 3
  • Uncategorized
    Kevin Williamson 1st Jun'10 11
  • Common Good

    News from Nowhere

     Questions of leadership are not confined to the Miliband family. At Go Lassie Go, Joan McAlpine asks how Labour will cope without the Big Lies of […]

    Mhairi McGregor 18th May'10 0
  • General Election 2010

    A Very English Coup

    It’s not for nothing that the twentieth century is known in ‘Britain’ as the ‘Conservative century’. And make no mistake, if we remain in this […]

    Donald Adamson 16th May'10 9
  • General Election 2010

    Dawn of the Replicants

    The media frenzy (including Adam Boltons hilarious loss of composure with Alasdair Campbell – go here if you’ve missed it) centered around the arcane vagueries […]

    Mike Small 12th May'10 9

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