100th Edition

Hooray, we are celebrating our 100th Edition with post General Election comment and analysis: May's mantra of ‘strong and stable’ leadership was revealed as ‘weak and wobbly’ while Corbyn became something akin to a conquering hero . Enjoy the articles and reviews but please become a paying subscriber at the 'join us' button above.

Editorial comment: Where we are now

The Tories did as much to lose their slim parliamentary majority as Labour did to bring about the General Election Result.

The strong & unstable electorate

Malcolm Harvey surveys the wreckage, identifying the victors and the vanquished.

Warning shot given and received

Chris Stephens recounts his experience of the campaign.

Getting back in the socialist saddle

Lesley Brennan argues that Labour is now on its way back.

Many new flowers beginning to bloom

Clare Haughey sees hope emerging as a phoenix from the bonfire of political certainties.

The Corbyn connection

Lynn Henderson argues Corbyn has seized the zeitgeist and can do more.

Could the left have done better?

Helen Mcfarlane reflects on her near miss to be a left Labour MP on June 8.

SNP climbdown on indyref2

Colin Fox argues for a return to socialist struggles to lift up the fight for independence.

Independence still game changer

Carolyn Leckie argues for continued work on the cause of independence.

Our movement, our future

Maggie Chapman looks at the roots of the current political impasse.

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