STUC supports Kurdish hunger strikers
Sarah Glynn from the Scottish Solidarity with Kurdistan campaign group reports on the support for Kurdish hunger strikers in the Scottish Trade Union Congress.
From the mention of Welsh Kurdish hunger striker Imam Sis in Lynn Henderson’s presidential opening speech, the Kurds featured prominently at this week’s Scottish Trade Union Congress.
Campaigners welcome Sturgeon's 'Scottish Green Deal' pledge but urge real and radical follow through
Nicola Sturgeon's phrase echoes radical plans being developed on the left of the US democrats, including the popular policy advocacy for a Green New Deal by congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Freezing through winter, but fighting back with the union: Scott's story
A resident of the Wyndford estate in Glasgow, Scott Carroll was cut off from central heating over the winter after a spell in hospital with pneumonia – but he’s now finding his feet with the tenants’ union
LAST month, Scott Carroll had to walk home in the rain from hospital with pneumonia, with no money for public transport.
When he got home to his flat in the Wyndford estate in Maryhill, he applied to the council for a crisis grant to get the heating turned back on.
Analysis: Sky News landlord rant highlights Establishment's vested interest in housing inequality
When housing inequality has got progressively worse over the past 20 years, it may be time to start looking at the vested interests of media/political elites – including in Scotland
IF YOU have not yet seen the Sky News anchor Jayne Secker’s outrageous interview with a tenant, then here it is in all its breathtaking arrogance.