Cailean Gallagher lives in Glasgow and writes at Mair nor a Roch Wind. Until September 18th he was Labour and trade union coordinator for Yes Scotland.
Labour can be forced to unlock democracy in Scotland
Calls to destroy Scottish Labour on the pro-independence left are misguided. There is still a deep affection for the...
Restating Scotland: beyond the containment of austerity
Scotland is resisting the attack on British welfare, but blocking policy can only do so much. Scotland needs an...
The social union between Scotland and the UK: how would it fare with independence?
Crucial to the argument for Scottish independence is the idea that leaving the political union of the United Kingdom...
Scotland's opportunity is about more than 'independence'
Something profound and genuinely radical is taking place in Scotland.
A hundred days of occupation: the "Free Hetherington" at Glasgow University
On February 1st, a building owned by Glasgow University was occupied in protest against attempts to model the...
Radical Scotland: arguments for self-determination
Cailean Gallagher reviews a collection of writing on the state of modern Scotland, edited by Gerry Hassan and Rosie Ilett