What is Scottish Left Review

ImageEstablished in 2000, the Scottish Left Review is a bi-monthly magazine that seeks to provide a focal point for thought and discussion for the Scottish Left.

It is non-party but aims to provide a forum for those on the Left of all parties and none.

Current Issue

So Much Left and Nowhere to Go!Image

In this issue Kevin Williamson, Gordon Morgan and Robin McAlpine look at the current state of the left in Scotland, and its prospects if any.

First Minister Alex Salmond and Scottish Labour leader Iain Gray respond to Questions posed by Scottish Left Review and Dave Moxton gives a Trade Union view on these.

In other articles: Jim Monaghan examines questions arising from the Sheridans' trial;  Jim and Margaret Cuthbert look at the Scotland Bill; Mark Hirst looks at how CIA propoganda targets Scottish policies; Leanne Wood on the Welsh referendum.

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Scotland is in the middle of a period of political, social and cultural change. We need new ideas and we need debate. Yet at a time when radical writing and publishing has never been more vibrant in most countries round the world, there is very little of either in Scotland.
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