Jim O’Neill says Labour must not repeat the mistakes of the post-Foot years and that Scottish Labour must now have a single-minded focus on the 2021 Scottish election and our
Author: Jim O'Neill
Jim O’Neill says the SNP’s lack of a consistent political theme or alignment means they are in a constant cycle of creating and then trying to solve problems of governance,
Jim O’Neill achieves what many have seemingly been unable to do this week – looking at the economic assessment released by the Scottish Government and acknowledging the reality of what
Jim O’Neill marks the Peterloo anniversary as one of many critical moments in the history of workers’ struggle, and issues a plea to elected representatives of all parties to stop
Jim O’Neill considers the purpose and basis of the constant pro-independence marches around the country, and ponders the impact of changes in Westminster. I remember the days of the seventies.
Jim O’Neill is back, and takes on Peterborough, Labour’s policymaking process, and the McGarry case. The, to many, surprising victory of Labour in the Peterborough by-election has shown that once
Jim O’Neill says the SNP cannot be blamed for the failure of civil servants to correctly implement procedures in the Salmond case, but they, and the First Minister, do have