Martin Hutchison believes the root of the recent decline in Scottish and UK life expectancy is our poor diet, and that official government guidelines may deserve some of the blame.
Author: Martin Hutchison
Martin Hutchison proposes a blunt and unyeilding approach to Section 30 negotiations for a second independence referendum, in order to force Scottish nationalism to confront the reality of its demands.
Martin Hutchison considers the internal cleavage in Labour between Corbynistas and moderates, and suggests that despite starting with broadly the same values, it is different strategic reasoning which leads the two Labour
Martin Hutchison says Scottish Labour faces three giant destroyers of our politics, and together they constitute an existential threat. Like the traveller in Ireland who is advised by the
Martin Hutchison is an enthusiastic Fabian and, like everyone else, blogs about politics. Here he presents an analysis of how Labour can define itself in terms of moralised anti-authoritarianism. Harold
Martin Hutchison is an enthusiastic Fabian and, like everyone else, blogs about politics. Here he sets out an analysis of political virtues, finding an explanation of Tory and SNP success, and the
Martin Hutchison is an enthusiastic Fabian interested in the underlying architecture of political thought. Here he examines the psychology of the recent election result in Scotland. This piece was first published