birds eye view of a court, John Swinney in center

Where now for the SNP?

Predictions on what Swinney has in store
Protesters try to de-arrest someone from a police van outside Thales in Glasgow.

The shift in Glasgow and how we fight back

What to make of new violence against the Palestine solidarity movement?

Why cutting welfare hurts non-claimants

The Tories are proposing yet more attacks on welfare benefits, and on sick and disabled people - and Labour’s obsession with ‘hard working families’ plays up to their divisive rhetoric. Ian Allininson argues that cuts to welfare are intended to lower wages.
A man walks past the occupation wall in Palestine, two birds are in a cage in the foreground.

Debate – a response on settler colonialism

If we are to overthrow capitalism, we need to engage with what stabilises it. 

Dover’s dodgy defector

Keir Starmer's acceptance of hard-right Natalie Elphicke into the Labour party has shocked and dismayed many. East Kent resident Danny Bee explains why he's not happy at having her as his Labour MP.

Kick out the Tories, prepare to fight Starmer

Colin Wilson analyses the 2 May council and mayoral elections in England.

From protest to resistance

As student camps in support of Gaza and divestment from Israel continue to spring up on campuses, Tempest Collective member Joe Allen explains the impact they are having on American politics.