When it comes to opportunities for self-advancement such as the one presented by Scottish independence, the Left is often its own worst enemy, comments James Foley.
The demise of the BESNA contracts represents a serious victory for Electricians in the Construction industry. Unite Shop Steward Bryan Simpson looks at what this means for future rank and file action in the trade union movement.
The evictions that took place at Dale Farm last year have been forgotten by the media, but the attack on the Traveler community continues writes Laura Jones.
In the fourth part of a series looking at radical democratic movements, Gareth Beynon examines the movement for womens suffrage and the lessons of one of the most successful mass movements in history.
Claire Green discusses the woman credited with initiating Second Wave Feminism.
After Cameron's speech today on 'Ethical Capitalism', David Jamieson responds.
Murud Jadallah works for Addameer, the Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association and is also a member of the Independent Youth Movement in Palestine. He is currently doing a speaking tour around the UK as part of Israel Apartheid week. John Bennett spoke to him in Glasgow on the day Khader Adnan beat the Israeli state.
100 million workers will take strike action in India on the 28th of February in the biggest display of working class strength for years. Sam Beaton analyses this volatile situation.
Yesterday marked the 47th anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X. Suki Sangha looks back at his life, politics and ideology, and argues that we must learn from him today more than ever.
Phil Neal discusses the case of Khader Adnan, who has now been on Hunger Strike for more than sixty five days, drawing parallels between Adnan's protest and that of the Irish Hunger Strikers of 1981.