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Scotland’s political culture distrusts success and ambition, and has no acceptance of risk.
Without fundamental change, Scotland’s strategy of attracting inward investment may end up heightening inequality and insecurity rather than tackling it.
The instruction to British diplomats to stop referring to the UK as a union of four nations is a symptom of English arrogance.
The Radical Independence Conference may help rouse both Scottish nationalism and the wider left from their slumber.
Sturgeon may not want to fire her husband, but the growing disillusionment with party management is surely worth addressing.
The First Minister’s biggest problem is that there is little appetite for a second Scottish referendum among voters or Westminster.
How a partisan pro-independence blog irrevocably transformed online politics in Britain.
The rising support for the Greens among young, principled voters is a warning to Scottish Labour.
The toxicity around the Scottish government’s Gender Recognition Reform Bill could threaten support for the independence cause.
Labour’s share of the vote went up in Airdrie and Shotts, but not enough for them to win the seat.
The staggering ineptitude of those who run the Scottish education system has left teachers and pupils in a nightmarish situation.