Over the past fortnight Glasgow has become a flash point in the fight against the far right, demonstrating the inherent link between British Unionism and white supremacy.
Five years after the murder of Sheku Bayoh, Ikenna Azụbụike Ọnwụnabọnze explains the relevance of Black Lives Matter in Scotland.
Covid-19 is teaching us lessons that we need to learn fast to save lives now, and to prevent catastrophic climate change.
As convergent crises confront the North Sea oil and gas industry with its rapid demise, the need for a just transition for Scottish workers is more urgent than ever.
Pete Cannell recounts the first general strike in the history of capitalism.
Ray M argues that the Scottish government must break with Westminster in order to tackle the Covid-19 crisis appropriately.
The UK’s North Sea oil tax regime spearheaded a wave of privatisation across Britain and the rest of the world, argues Juan Carlos Boué in a new report published today.
The independence referendum of 2014 and its aftermath have given electoral politics in Scotland a distinct dynamic compared with the rest of the UK.
Eight days of strikes got off to a confident start across sixty Higher Education institutions today.
20 November is Trans Day of Remembrance. Patricia Lockhart, an activist with Sisters Uncut, reports on developments in Scotland and argues that socialists need to stand against transphobia now more than ever.