independence – self-determination – autonomy


  • Economics
    John S Warren 14th Apr'16 24
  • Commentary

    Builders of the Future

    By London Clay There have been better days, I suppose, than Friday, the 8th of May. But there ye go. Ye win some, ye lose […]

    London Clay 9th May'15 87
  • 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


    By Mike Small Jim Murphy’s first week into the fray after the festivities hasn’t gone well. He’s looking more and more like an assemblage of […]

    7th Jan'15 27
  • Commentary

    RIC and the People’s Vow

    The Radical Independence will continue to be a radical campaign, and it will continue to go from strength to strength, because we have seen what […]

    Cat Boyd 23rd Nov'14 17
  • Commentary

    UKIP vs the Establishment

    Nigel Farage, it seems, has tapped into an incredibly lucrative mass market: electorate disillusionment with the establishment and mainstream politics in general. Couple that with […]

    Haniya Khalid 21st Nov'14 24
  • Media

    The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

    Based on confidential interviews with BBC journalists Adrian Searle on how disaffection with editorial, staff and budgetary decisions being made in London almost led to […]

    Adrian Searle 10th Nov'14 79
  • Direct Action

    The Tarpaulin Revolution

    British democracy is locked down, for now. Police have placed barriers around Parliament Square opposite Westminster in an attempt to barricade Occupy Democracy protests. 15 […]

    Steve Rushton 21st Oct'14 10
  • Austerity Britain
    Steve Rushton 15th Sep'14 11
  • Economics

    The Purging of Scottish Madness

    When the banks fail again, as they surely will, they will fail in London. Relocation is a good, not  a bad thing for Scottish financial […]

    Ciaran Healy 13th Sep'14 19
  • Commentary

    Royal Bank of Somewhere

    In 2012 Lesley Riddoch wrote: “We are currently witnessing the collapse of de-regulated Britain. All we can anticipate is a welter of sticking plaster solutions when […]

    Mike Small 11th Sep'14 22
  • Review

    Writer’s Bloc

    I’m being Inspired by Independence (Word Power Books) edited by Ross Colquhoun and Christopher Silver and in particular the work of Lyndsay Allardyce (great gulls!); […]

    Mike Small 20th Jul'14 10
  • Commentary

    Two Fantasies and a Fact

    It is worth remembering what Gordon Brown actually said in his first intervention under the Better Together banner (22nd April, and already almost forgotten), which […]

    John Warren 3rd May'14 10
  • Commentary

    Dragons and Poodles

    There seemed to be something uncannily familiar about the collapse of the unionist party line which followed the recent revelation in The Guardian about the […]

    David Black 1st Apr'14 17
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