Tag: SNP

#BBCdebate: win for the Nationalists and Greens, demolition for Miliband

Jonas Liston shares his thoughts coming out of tonight's leader's debate 1) Farage was isolated and snowed under by the dominance of the left in the debate. However, even though his central, racist focus on...

Dundee porters on strike against low pay

Mike A reports from the hospital porters' strike in Dundee. On the wall of the Medical Library at Ninewells hospital in Dundee, there is a poem by Michael Rosen. It's a fine tribute to all...

Labour – what are they good for?

Amy Gilligan asks what it means for people to support Labour today and what is happening to this support? This article was originally published in the Spring 2015 issue of the rs21 magazine One of...

Confidence and empowerment against pessimism and cynicism in Scottish referendum

Ahead of tomorrow's historic Scottish independence referendum, Nicholas Cimini┬átackles some of the arguments coming from the left in support of No   In support of a No vote in tomorrow's independence referendum, there are some Labour...

Euro elections: consolidation on left and right

Anindya Bhattacharyya follows up his predictions for the Euro elections with analysis of the results. He argues that the problem isn't necessarily UKIP, but the space that UKIP occupies, and that space needs to...

rs21 guide to the European elections: predictions and recommended votes

Anindya Bhattacharyya crunches the figures and predicts polarisation, with a right wing consolidation around UKIP and a left wing tussle between Labour and the Greens I'm going to stick my neck out and give my...