"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.
Unpacking Better Together's campaign strategy, Adam Frew explains how the Scottish Parliament's extremely limited fiscal powers render it defenceless against Westminster cuts. Recounting the financial crash, the saddling of taxpayers with private debt and the development of the austerity consensus, Adam concludes that remaining in the UK would condemn Scots to low wages, falling living standards and humiliating welfare cuts.
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.
Chris Bambery examines the challenges posed and opportunites presented by contemporary workplace organising
Ben Wray argues that the left too easily conflates being anti-establishment with being anti-professional. If we are to effectively engage in changing our society, we need to systematically develop and generalise the necessary skills and expertise.
As frustration with the EU is mobilised by centre-right and far-right forces, Chris Bambery considers whether the left can carve out space for a progressive critique of the union.
Nicky Patterson movingly draws on his personal experience of mental health problems to deliver a powerful call for a Yes vote in the referendum that can help us move beyond the stultifying alienation inherent under contemporary neo-liberal capitalism.
As the referendum campaign begins to heat up James Foley speaks to Jim Sillars about the prospects for a Yes vote and his hopes for an independent Scotland.
Neil Faulkner looks beyond George Osbourne's empty rhetoric at what's really happening to the global economy through six 'frames' of capitalist crises.