As the independence debate catalyses a powerful re-emergence of class politics, Cat Boyd criticises those united-in-pessimism among trade unionists and the Labour left. Breaking with Britain is no panacea - but it will provide an opportunity for working class people to reshape Scotland.
Following recent revelations surrounding GCHQ and NSA dragnet surveillance, Alistair Davidson discusses in a fascinating podcast how iScotland could chart a different trajectory, leading the way in digital governance
Chris Bambery examines the challenges posed and opportunites presented by contemporary workplace organising
A chance to see the excellent independence debate hosted by Glasgow Skeptics in the Mitchell Theatre on 24 March. Among the speakers is Jonathon Shafi of the Radical Independence Campaign.
In response to Ben Wray's 'What Sort of Left Party Do We Need?' series Ellenor Hutson outlines how we could go about organising around a radical constituency office.
Ben Wray argues that politics is something more than a set of individually held beliefs, even when publicly enumerated. He argues that we must begin with a consideration of how to influence the mass of society with our ideas.
In the third part of his series on left organisation, Ben Wray argues for a clear, simple democratic system subjected to a culture of constant renewal and carried out in the context of engagement with real social forces.
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.
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.
Mya Pope-Weidemann explains why thousands of students took to the streets of London today in protest at recent incidents of police brutality and high police presence on campuses across the country, and why we must fight back against the assault on our education.