Tom Harris says much of the reaction to the recent poll showing a majority in favour of Scottish independence ignores two critical points, one political and one moral, which should
Category: Beyond Labour
Jenni Dunsmore says even if we manage to jettison the constructive ambiguity, too much of Labour’s positioning on the EU has been shallow and, especially in Scotland, we cannot afford
Richard Mackinnon, an oft-frustrated Labour Hame commenter, tells us of his cynicism at our current politics, and sets out a radical plan for Scotland’s future which he cynically believes can
Mark McLaughlin argues that Brexit has handed the SNP a mandate for a second referendum, and says both sides need to recognise the crater-sized holes in their arguments this time
Juliet Swann says both government and opposition is failing Scotland, and it’s time to call a moratorium on the simplistic either/or choice of independence and buckle down to the hard
AR Brown, a former Labour voter who bitterly resents the party’s stance in the 2014 referendum, says Scotland’s radical progressives will be in a knife-fight with the UK’s radical conservatives
Mark McLaughlin says the election of Donald Trump is an angry cry from a people suffering indignity and exploitation, but should not provoke a retreat from social liberalism or globalisation.