We need to build a new party which reflects the best elements of the Yes movement - bottom-up, radical and powered by class politics. We must give thousands of working class Yes voters a home and fight to keep the heartlands abandoned by Labour, argues Cat Boyd.
David Jamieson provides a sober analysis of the hard truths and new opportunities following from a No vote in the independence referendum.
"Even Britain's enemy now is Britain, because there's no more 'national interest', there's just a bunch of spivs pushing their luck, picking over the carcass of our welfare state...But when I was 31, the mask slipped. Britain's disregard was made plain. Thank you Better Together, because your campaign has taught Scotland that their enemy is Britain" Alistair Davidson explains in a powerful video why he's voting Yes.
Following a near 25% fall in earnings for the self-employed between 2008 and 2012, Chris Bambery considers the increasing propensity of precarious work and its implications for organisation.