Allan Armstrong examines recent events in the North of Ireland, reflecting on their importance in the existential crisis facing the British state.
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.
Connor Beaton looks at the state’s growing attempts to crack down on protest and what they might mean for Scotland’s civil movements.
“Importantly, no-one on the ‘Yes Left’ understands Scottish independence under the SNP as the guarantor of a socialist utopia. Rather, we understand it as an integral part of a wider class struggle.”