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Ukrainians haven't been forgotten

by Connor Beaton

Scottish socialists, trade unionists and environmentalists are strengthening links with their Ukrainian counterparts as the second anniversary of the Russian invasion approaches, Connor Beaton reports.

Ukrainians haven't been forgotten

What is the Scottish Union for Education?

by Connor Beaton

Despite what its innocuous name suggests, the Scottish Union for Education is neither a trade union nor an advocate for the interests of teachers and teaching staff, Connor Beaton explains.

What is the Scottish Union for Education?

Dundee council workers launch all-out strike against privatisation

by Connor Beaton

Hundreds of joiners, plumbers, electricians, labourers and scaffolders employed by Dundee City Council have begun an all-out strike against privatisation and management surveillance, reports Connor Beaton.

Dundee council workers launch all-out strike against privatisation

Scottish nurses to strike for fair pay and the future of the NHS

by Connor Beaton

Nursing workers across the whole of Scotland are set to strike next year for increased pay — and to defend the NHS.

Scottish nurses to strike for fair pay and the future of the NHS

Scotland’s tenants’ union at the crossroads

by Connor Beaton

Half a decade after transforming itself from a small campaigning organisation into a mass-membership tenants’ union, Living Rent now boasts over 2,000 members and a dozen branches across Scotland – a testament to its success in organising low- and middle-income renters in a challenging period where the politics of class and inequality have often been […]

Scotland’s tenants’ union at the crossroads