09 September 2006
Over 600 people from across Scotland crowded into a room in the centre of Glasgow on Sunday afternoon for the launch of Solidarity, a new movement for socialism in Scotland.
09 September 2006
Nine firefighters who refused to hand out safety advice leaflets to people attending a gay pride march in Glasgow were disciplined last week.
02 September 2006
Over 600 people crowded into a room in the centre of Glasgow on Sunday afternoon for the launch of Solidarity, a new movement for socialism in Scotland.
26 August 2006
Keith Coventry: PaintingsTramway Gallery, Glasgow. FreeUntil 17 Sept<a href="http://www.tramway.org" target = "_blank">www.tramway.org</a>
This exhibition brings together several of Keith Coventry’s paintings series’ including The Albany, Estate and White Abstracts.
19 August 2006
At a members' meeting held on Sunday in Glasgow, the members of the Socialist Worker Platform of the Scottish Socialist Party (SSP) unanimously agreed the following motion.
12 August 2006
Scots bowl Israel out
In Scotland, we delivered three blows against the Israeli assault on Lebanon and Palestine last week. The first was when almost 250 people turned out for a protest called by Glasgow Stop the War and the Lebanese community at Prestwick airport on Sunday of last week.
05 August 2006
These are the real weapons of mass destruction
22 July 2006
London - Saturday 22 July, 12 noon, Embankment, central London (nearest station Embankment).Go to <a href="http://www.stopwar.org.uk" target = "_blank">www.stopwar.org.uk </a>Organised by Stop the War Coalition, Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Muslim Association of Britain, British Muslim Initiative, Lebanese organisations.
Glasgow - George Square, Glasgow, Saturday 22 July, 12 noon Called by Stop the War Coaltion
Manchester - The BBC, Oxford Rd, Manchester, Saturday 22 July, 1pm For info e-mail <a
08 July 2006
Over 200 people packed into the Pollokshaws Burgh Hall on Tuesday of last week in a meeting called by the Glasgow Campaign to Welcome Refugees, local networks of activists, and supported by members of Unity - Union of Asylum Seekers.
24 June 2006
Glasgow 1955: Through the LensPeople's Palace & Winter Gardens, GlasgowUntil 30 July
The next few weeks will be your last chance to see this exhibition of photos taken by camera clubs of everyday scenes of people and places.
04 March 2006
Justice for Gordon Gentle
Rose Gentle visited the Ministry of Defence offices in Glasgow last week to ask for an inquest be held into her son’s death in Iraq. Military families were due to protest at Downing street on Wednesday this week
25 February 2006
The Scottish Socialist Party (SSP) won just short of 6 percent in a Glasgow city council by-election last week in Milton, beating the combined votes of both the Tories and the Liberal Democrats.
18 February 2006
Campaigning by the Scottish Socialist Party (SSP) in a council by-election in Milton, Glasgow, has been lively.
11 February 2006
Scottish Socialist Party (SSP) MSPs Colin Fox and Carolyn Leckie join candidate John McAllion (centre) in his campaign in the Dunfermline & West Fife by-election taking place on Thursday of this week. John McAllion is a former Labour MP who has recently joined the SSP. Scottish Socialist Party candidate Angela McCormick is also campaigning in the Milton council by-election in Glasgow, set for Thursday of next week.
28 January 2006
Three thousand First Bus workers in Glasgow are set to ballot for strike action in support of a driver who was sacked.
21 January 2006
"My father, growing up in Glasgow in a poor community, didn’t have as much money as we have. But people behaved more respectfully to one another."Tony Blair, launching his "respect" agenda last week
10 December 2005
"Torture flights", carrying US detainees overseas to be tortured, are passing through Glasgow Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire.
26 November 2005
The campaign in Glasgow to defend refugees has helped bring refugees and people living on the housing estates, together and stopped a number of people from being deported.
05 November 2005
Glasgow City Council
Around 100 workers protested on Monday outside Glasgow City Council chambers at £18 million of cuts. This includes £7.9 million cuts in education and £5.2 million in social work
08 October 2005
Over 1,000 people marched through Glasgow last Saturday demanding an end to the detention and deportation of asylum seekers. The Vucaj family from Kosovo were snatched and deported on Thursday of last week. The march was led by Scottish and refugee school students. There were banners from the Fire Brigades Union, the T&G union, the teachers’ EIS union and the Amicus union. MSPs spoke at the rally.