The 2014 road to independence is dead: What comes next?
The saga of the Brexit crisis has altered the picture when it comes to the battle-lines of a second independence referendum. CommonSpace journalist David Jamieson spoke to a range of thinkers on how the changed terrain of constitutional politics should be navigated in Scotland.
IN his new memoir, former PM David Cameron has spoken of his fears at the height of the Scottish independence referendum of 2014.
Beyond the Noise: 20 years from Kosovo - the cauldron of humanitarian intervention?
Beyond the Noise with David Jamieson is a weekly podcast with CommonSpace journalist David Jamieson, where he gets behind the 24/7 news cycle and gets to the heart of issues, trying to find the substance behind the headlines.
IN this week’s podcast, Jamieson speaks to Vladimir Unkovski-Korica, a lecturer in the Eastern and Central-European studies department at Glasgow University, about the legacy of the Kosovo War 20 years on.
Watch: Richard Leonard and John McDonnell on Labour's economic plans and constitutional chaos
CommonSpace provides analysis on comments made by the shadow chancellor and Scottish Labour leader asserting the importance of economic transformation from putting forth mixed messages on constitutional matters
COMMONSPACE spoke to Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard and Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell on their pre-election campaign stop in Glasgow.
John Davis: Boris Johnson and his acolytes have exposed themselves as spiteful English nationalists
John Davis, Professor of Education at The University of Strathclyde, analyses English nationalist assumptions about Scotland’s place in the Union and what the reaction to the Inner House Of The Court Of Session prorogation ruling tells us about Tory shame-game politics
IT IS so sad that it takes an MEP to summarise the current state of the Tory broken union and to show us what has been there, under our noses, for many years.
Robin McAlpine: This is the one thing which can save Westminster
Common Weal director Robin McAlpine argues that the collapse of the British state is at least 40 years in the making – we shouldn’t try to save it
HA! You didn't fall for that did you? One thing, one single thing, that can save the Westminster system? You're kidding right? Do you really think I can distill such a complex social failure into a single, facile, off-the-shelf solution? What do you think I am, a Lib Dem?