Aidan Skinner Campbell sets out a blueprint for a form of federalism which could provide the structures and opportunity to enable Scotland and the UK to re-engage with the world.
Author: Aidan Skinner Campbell
On 4th September 2016 the First Minister announced the formation of a Growth Commission. Its long-awaited report will, we are told, set out the currency plan for an independent Scotland.
Aidan Skinner Campbell has been to the theatre. He was not impressed. “Bullet Buffet”, Fringe Venue 1314, Alva St, Edinburgh Descending the steps into the basement venue, hastily converted
Aidan Skinner Campbell says we must rouse ourselves from the impotent astonishment that arises from recent events, and build together an open future for all. Two days ago, the
There is much more to Labour than being the party of higher public spending, and we need to remind ourselves of that if we are to form transformative governments in
AIDAN SKINNER thinks we need to breathe life into our local parties and that all-member CLP meetings are they way to do it. Refounding Labour’s been and gone and
Labour can convince only if it ditches its knee-jerk approach to policy-making, says AIDAN SKINNER Frequently lauded as “most sophisticated electorate in the world” (mostly by ourselves, it has to