Why we have submitted a dossier on Islamophobia in the Labour Party
David Jamieson explains why CommonSpace has submitted a dossier on islamophobia in the party, and why the party’s response to the clearly evidenced cases of islamophobia among senior figures from the New Labour years matters
Analysis: Micro-politics isn't enough - we must address the partition of Ireland
Debates around the UK border in Ireland and the so called 'backstop' bring the crisis elements of the British state into sharper focus
AMONG the many hurdles facing the Brexit process and the British Government, perhaps the most intractable so far has proven to be the plans for a backstop plan covering a ‘open border’ on the island of Ireland - movement of people and goods across the UK state's border in Ireland.
Analysis: 5 of the worst crimes of Winston Churchill
There's no question of Churchill's racism and crimes against humanity
SCOTTISH Green MSP Ross Greer has drawn the ire of such renowned historians as Good Morning Britain's (GMB) Piers Morgan with his claims that Britain's wartime leader Winston Churchill was a "white supremacist" and "mass murderer".
In the end the GMB presenters seemed to decide that Greer wasn't wrong about Churchill, simply that it was "so offensive" of him to recall the historical record.
Analysis: Scottish big business is swinging behind May’s deal – is anyone surprised?
It was naive to think Scottish business elites would turn their back on the British state and back independence, Ben Wray finds
SIR IAN WOOD, billionaire Scottish oil tycoon, is the latest of Scotland’s corporate big-wigs to do what many Tory MPs won’t: endorse Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal.