Now is the time for a progressive alliance
Kenny MacAskill of the Scottish National Party says that only a progressive alliance can deliver us from Tory rule
Can England learn from Scotland?
Isobel Lindsay suggests some lessons from Scotland for devolution campaigners in England
Is there still hope for the Labour Left in Scotland?
Martyn Cook of the Campaign for Socialism looks at the Scottish Labour leadership contest and its aftermath
Another Scotland is – still – possible
The radical mass movement for a ‘yes’ vote in the Scottish referendum was a political awakening on an epic scale. Jonathon Shafi of the Radical Independence Campaign says it’s not finished yet
Cracks in the union
Adam Ramsay looks at how the campaign for Scottish independence has brought the current UK and its constitution into question on these shores and beyond
If you think Yes voters were backing nationalism, then you weren’t paying attention
Scottish independence campaigner Cat Boyd reflects on a movement that had the whole Westminster elite against it – yet still managed to run them close
Win or lose, the Scottish people have built an incredible mass movement for Yes
Whether the result is Yes or No, the pro-independence campaign has mobilised a movement for radical change that we must keep alive, says Ken Ferguson
Jeremy Hardy thinks… about the union
'It’s always an intellectual fudge for the left, whereby folksy, blood-and-soil nonsense is inspiring up until the moment of independence but no further'
Event: The radical case for Scottish independence
Join us at the House of Commons, Thursday 26 June
More views on Scottish independence
Left wing Labour MP Katy Clark, Philip Stott of the Socialist Party and Carolyn Leckie of Women for Independence put their positions
Imagining a better nation: how independence could unlock Scotland’s potential
The possibility of creating a fundamentally different Scotland, based on solidarity, togetherness and fairness, is beginning to galvanise radical thinking, argues Jim Johnson
Scotland at the crossroads: the path to a new-born star?
Will 2014 be the year of Scottish independence? Roz Paterson sees new political alignments and vibrancy on the left in the campaign for a yes vote
Scottish independence: Breaking up is good to do
John McAllion makes the socialist case for an independent Scotland
Ken Ferguson asks how the Scottish left can respond to anger at the Westminster cuts consensus
‘Sin Patron’ in Dundee?
The Prisme packaging factory in Dundee was perhaps the first in the country to be occupied and to successfully take production under workers control. David Whyte visits the factory a year after the occupation
Grown up and independent
Actress and comedian Elaine C Smith, convenor of the Convention for Scottish Independence, took a long time to cross what she describes as the 'mythical bridge' to a belief in independence. She argues now that there is no going back, and that independence will release the radicalism generated by the Scottish Enlightenment but held back by 300 years of being tied to the United Kingdom