I want to live in a Scotland which is not defined by Yes and No – a world of ‘us’
Sometimes it takes outside voices to reinforce what you already know. So it was with Fintan O’Toole and the second
The campaign on Scottish independence has reached new levels – a battle of competing specialist documents – firstly, there has
One year to the Scottish independence referendum. A historic milestone. A host of mainstream media programmes, discussions and items yesterday
A week in Scottish politics. Two discussions and two long-term, deep challenges in the independence referendum debate showcased. These are
Beyond the posturing, allegations and counter-allegations of recent days on the vexed subject of Labour for Independence, there are a
Thinking, imagining and attempting to create the future, and embracing and encouraging change, comes naturally to human beings. We do
‘We are all social democrats now’, Scots politicians might say – Salmond, Lamont, Rennie, even the occasional Tory seeking redemption.
The Scottish experience like most places is filled with myths and delusions about who we are and what it says
The Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s intervention last week on the case for Scottish independence attracted significant attention and comment.