Movements

What is the Gender Recognition Reform (GRR) Bill?

by Graham Checkley

Graham Checkley examines the content of the Gender Recognition Reform (GRR) Bill and highlights a problem for the left.

What is the Gender Recognition Reform (GRR) Bill?

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

Cairnryan blockaders pledge to return

by Michael MacLeod

Michael MacLeod, seafaring RMT member, reports on last week's blockade at Cairnryan in solidarity with sacked P&O Ferries workers.

Cairnryan blockaders pledge to return

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

At COP26, we march for more than just Independence

by Mike Picken

I very much welcome the change in direction by All Under One Banner (The National, 3 November) in recognising that the primary purpose of the COP26 mass demonstration on 6 November is about climate justice and the Global South, and not just another independence march that their previous publicity seemed to suggest.  Saturday’s demonstration has been called […]

At COP26, we march for more than just Independence