independence – self-determination – autonomy

George Osborne

  • Commentary
    George Gunn 3rd Nov'15 13
  • Moodievision

    MoodieVision: Nuclear Porn

    Series 2 Episode 8 of MoodieVision animation: Nuclear Porn The follow-up to ‘Greg Moodie Versus The Union’, ‘Greg Moodie’s Election Dissection’ is a compilation of […]

    Greg Moodie 9th Sep'15 2
  • Austerity Britain
    Douglas Robertson 8th Jul'15 17
  • Commentary

    The Folly of Austerity

    By John S Warren In his Budget speech the Chancellor described Britain as “the comeback country”; a quite remarkable assertion of triumphalism following a much longer, […]

    24th Mar'15 27
  • Commentary

    Notes from Jockistan

    By Mike Small Yesterday Chris Roycroft-Davis was not a happy-chappy. “When George Osborne, Chancellor of the United Kingdom, today presents a Budget that will be […]

    19th Mar'15 46
  • Commentary

    An English Labourman Speaks

    Dave Cohen is an English Labour supporter and he’s come here to look for a genuine way forward that maximises Scottish autonomy. Last summer in […]

    19th Mar'15 117
  • Commentary
    7th Jan'15 137
  • Greg Moodie

    George Osborne’s Scratchy Vest

    Greg Moodie on the very odd chancellor’s stinging Autumn statement.

    Greg Moodie 5th Dec'14 12
  • Economics

    A Fate Worse than Debt

    The most useful power the Smith Commission could grant the Scottish Government is the ability to get itself as deeply into debt as possible. That […]

    Alistair Davidson 17th Nov'14 13
  • Anti-Capitalism

    Unleash the Hounds

    ‘To believe in something that has not yet happened always requires faith’, Chris Erskine explores the positives of the referendum and the deeper roots of our […]

    Chris Erskine 24th Sep'14 22
  • Commentary
    John S Warren 29th Jul'14 14
  • Commentary

    Closer #2

    We’re soon to launch the second issue of Closer, our offshoot print publication. Closer is the second of four special supplements we’re producing this year […]

    Mike Small 5th Jun'14 7
  • Commentary

    Dark Star Economics

    Well, thank god that’s over. According to Olivier Blanchard, the IMF’s chief economist, the British economy is now clear of its longest and most severe […]

    Jamie Maxwell 12th Apr'14 6
  • Austerity Britain

    If the Cap Fits

    Yesterday the House of Commons agreed by 520 votes to 22 to back the £119.5 billion ceiling on welfare spending in 2015-16 announced by George […]

    Mike Small 27th Mar'14 25
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