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Yes: the radical case for Scottish independence

Pete Ramand and James Foley, authors of a new book putting the radical case for independence, explain why a victory for the Yes campaign in Scotland's referendum will cause a political earthquake

  • Written by Pete Ramand and James Foley
  • Category: Opinion

Lutfur Rahman and Panorama's narrow horizon

Photo: Tower Hamlets CouncilPanorama's 'investigation' into Lutfur Rahman was little more than a nasty mixture of conjecture and racist innuendo argues Reuben Bard-Rosenberg

  • Written by Reuben Bard-Rosenberg
  • Category: Opinion
Russian President Vladimir Putin. Photo: Sergei Guneyev

How Vladimir Putin became evil

Tariq Ali:The US and UK condemn him for Crimea but supported him over the war in Chechnya. Why? Because now he refuses to play ball

  • Written by Tariq Ali
  • Category: Opinion

Why we need a People’s Flotilla

BargeLessons from our canal history teach us our activist roots and inspire us to rise up again, argues Anita de Klerk

  • Written by Anita de Klerk
  • Category: Opinion

Floods reveal a system in deep water

FloodingTo protect against climate change we need to replace a society based on accumulation for profit with one based on production for need writes Elaine Graham-Leigh

  • Written by Elaine Graham-Leigh
  • Category: Opinion

Calling time on UK PLC

Scotland The scale of the mounting scare stories over what will befall Scotland if it breaks away reflects a sense of panic in Whitehall

  • Written by Chris Bambery
  • Category: Opinion

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