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The Westminster right-wing and democracy - written and unwritten rules

One of the most notable things about the recent diatribes against the SNP and Scots in general that we are witnessing in the mainstream UK press as a result of polls showing increased support for the SNP, is the complete absence of any respect for the democratic implications. 859 more words

United Kingdom

What is our current historical era and how did we get here?

To understand our current conditions and why the working class is currently so weak we must look at the changes that capitalism went through in the 20th century.  2,414 more words

Further Thoughts from the Ancien Régime

Reading about the course of British economic history over the late seventeenth- and eighteenth-centuries again prompted thoughts on more contemporary, present-day issues. This time concerning the role of the state in economic development. 532 more words

International Political Economy

The Elections 2015: Desperately Seeking Equality and Justice

by Pragna Patel Follow @SBSisters

As we approach the 2015 general elections, what would a set of key asks from Southall Black Sisters (SBS) look like? 977 more words