Bohdan Starosta previews an election which sees Scotland and its national movement facing an uncertain future.
As Glasgow City Council announce the move of Maryhill and Whiteinch libraries from historical buildings to ‘community hubs’, James Barrowman recounts the decline of Scotland’s communal architecture
In the latest installment of our History Illustrated series, we examine one of the lesser-known episodes in the Highland Clearances, when crofters and cotters stood together to physically resist the forces of the state as they attempted to enforce the will of the lairds.
Jack Ferguson reviews the results of the Netherlands’ recent election, and asks what space there is for the left in a political environment dominated by the right
Tejas Mukerji debunks the Alba Party’s claims to be a radical new force in the independence struggle, and explains why the left must quickly organise to confront their politics of reaction.
Connor Beaton reports from the two day Now Scotland Assembly, and assess the prospects for the nascent pro-independence mass movement.
Ewan Forrest examines the unionist left’s various proposals for a federal UK – both sincere and cynical – and argues why they all fail to offer a path to a socialist future.
The Republican Socialist Platform is deeply concerned to learn that William Aitken, a Scottish man who lives and works in Barcelona, remains in jail a month after his arrest over his alleged participation in protests against the disgraceful imprisonment of Catalan rapper Pablo Hasél.
Séamus McGuigan argues that, by pursuing an emphatically pro-NATO foreign policy, the SNP are playing a losing game with potentially disastrous consequences.
Chris Kilgallon addresses the growing number of scandals in care facilities that have come to light in recent years, arguing that they represent the end result of the political culture of austerity.