"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.
Adam Frew examines the details of Labour and Better Together's promises of greater devolution in the event of a No vote.
Sinead Dunn reviews "Scottish Independence - A Feminist Response". Recognising the book as a valuable and timely contribution to the referendum debate, Sinead notes how the two authors' approaches fuse to form a readable, robust and unapologetic feminist voice.
Talking currency, spin and strategy, Adam Frew dissects the first of the 'Scotland Decides' TV debates. Moving forward, he argues that the Yes camp needs to hammer home its critique of Westminster politics and the neoliberal policies which have created grinding poverty and obscene inequality.
James Meadway reviews 'Yes: The Radical Case For Scottish Independence' by James Foley & Pete Ramand and argues that the independence referendum has the potential to transform politics, both North and South of the border.
Jonathon Shafi, a leading activist in the Radical Independence Campaign, argues for a YES vote in this powerful short video.
From the tobacco trade to this year's Commonwealth Games, Nicky Patterson examines how bourgeois greed and ineptitude has condemned generations of Glaswegians to lives of misery and squalor.
Britain is locked into austerity at home and endless war abroad. Chris Bambery makes a powerful case for a YES vote at the recent London Forum on Scottish independence
Addressing a public forum in London, author and activist Pete Ramand argues that working people in England should support Scottish independence. Revealing Labour's British nationalism and debunking the supposed neutrality of state institutions, Pete explains that poverty and social class are the fundamental drivers of the YES vote.
The independence debate has created a 'New Scotland'. Weighing up in turn the implications of a Yes and a No vote, Ben Wray argues that a new left party is essential if campaigns for democratic renewal and social justice are to have a fighting chance.