Opinion: Vaccine Passports Are Still an Awful Idea
by James Meadway
Long Read: Dismantling Britain is One Thing. Dismantling Britishness is Another
by Adam Ramsay
When we talk about breaking up Britain, we can’t just talk about the British state, argues Adam Ramsay. We also need to understand what gives the state its social license to operate: that is, British nationalism.
Analysis: The SNP Won’t Deliver a Radical Independence for Scotland
by Jonathon Shafi
Long Read: What Might Britain’s ‘Break-Up’ Actually Look Like?
by Rory Scothorne
Opinion: Scottish Independence Can Be a Blueprint for Social and Climate Justice Across Britain
by Maggie Chapman
Analysis: Will the Lib Dems Ever Escape the Shadow of the Coalition?
by Ell Folan
Novara FM: From War to Constitution—and the Problem of England
Live: Election 2021: Scotland, Wales and London
A #TyskySour election special looking at the latest results in Wales, Scotland, London and the metro mayor races. With Michael Walker, Aaron Bastani, Michael Gray and Harriet Protheroe-Soltani.
Opinion: It’s Win or Die for Scottish Labour. So Why Is the Party Fighting to Lose?
by Finn Smyth & Coll McCail
Live: Keir Starmer’s First Big Test
Live: Is the Covid-19 Pandemic Over in the UK?
Analysis: Labour Is Bracing Itself for a Rough Ride Next Week. What’s Actually Going to Happen?
by Ell Folan
Downstream: Independence for the North of England Interview With Philip Proudfoot
In recent years Scottish and Welsh independence, as well as Irish unification, have become increasingly plausible with Britain’s departure from the EU highlighting major points of difference, as well as economic imbalances, across the home nations. But could the break up of the UK ever include the North of England? And what would a sovereign […]
Live: Shamima Begum Can’t Come Home
The Supreme Court have ruled Shamima Begum has no right to return to Britain to appeal the removal of her citizenship. Is the UK abdicating responsibility?
Opinion: Does Labour Have a Future in Scotland?
by Rory Maclean
In the 2019 general election, Labour won just over 18% of the vote in Scotland - its lowest vote-share since its formation as a party. Ahead of its upcoming leadership election, Rory Maclean takes a look at what Scottish Labour must do to make sure it survives.
The Bastani Factor: Do Donors Now Control the Labour Party?
Yesterday Richard Leonard resigned as leader of the Scottish Labour party – less than 24 hours after a potential donor allegedly said they would not give money while he remained in place. This raises huge questions. Firstly whether the Scottish Labour Party is autonomous of the party at Westminster, and secondly whether wealthy donors now […]