01 December 2020
A public inquiry into the death of Sheku Bayoh in police custody in Fife, near Edinburgh, began on Monday.
27 November 2020
This week in Scotland marked a victory for grassroots campaigners who have fought a long battle for free and fair access to menstrual items.
16 November 2020
Forth Valley College lecturers in the EIS-Further Education Lecturers’ Association (FELA) union began a campaign of industrial action last week.
15 November 2020
Hundreds of people joined the largest online gathering yet for the independence movement in Scotland this weekend
09 November 2020
Planned strikes at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh have been called off after bosses backed down.
28 October 2020
Hundreds of miners in Scotland who were convicted of crimes during the 1984-5 Miners’ Strike might be pardoned
18 October 2020
The latest IPSOS MORI opinion poll on Scottish Independence has record numbers in favour, with 58 percent saying they would vote for a break from Britain.
23 September 2020
An asylum seeker in Glasgow is refusing to end a hunger strike until the Home Office allows him to stay in Britain.
21 September 2020
The US state prepared to use live fire against anti‑racist protesters in Washington, a congressional inquiry has heard
08 September 2020
Julian Assange began his latest fight against extradition to the US in the Old Bailey on Monday.
07 September 2020
Protesters from several trade unions picketed a Glasgow Ikea store last Friday to demand the reinstatement of a union rep sacked for fighting cuts to workers’ conditions.
24 August 2020
Boris Johnson this week reiterated his drive to get all children in England back to school full time next month. Yet the Tories are refusing to put in place measures to make schools safer, such as smaller class sizes to enable social distancing.
23 August 2020
Scapegoating is behind the Tory decision to scrap Public Health England (PHE), growing support for Scottish independence, plus more.
11 August 2020
Class, not ability, determines what grades you get in school— and the exams fiasco in Scotland made that explicit.
05 August 2020
Scottish teachers' judgements about pupils' exam grades have been overruled, and there's a strong element of class inequality built into the process.
24 July 2020
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has received glowing reviews for her handling of the Covid-19 crisis.
21 July 2020
Around 60 people joined an All Under One Banner demonstration at the Scottish parliament on Monday.
21 July 2020
Centrica, The owner of British Gas, will tell thousands of workers to accept new conditions, including no extra overtime pay, or risk losing their jobs.
30 June 2020
The Scottish independence organisation All Under One Banner (AUOB) held a press conference at the Scottish parliament recently to announce a series of demonstrations which will be “static and socially distanced”, starting in Stirling on 20 July.
16 June 2020
NHS workers are angry that the Scottish government has refused to reopen talks over pay.