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SD Statement on Scottish independence referendum - September 2014

Scotland: Independence and the Working class
For socialists the Scottish independence referendum is important because of its potential to alter the current 
framework in which the labour movement operates in Britain and across Europe and the consequences this 
would have for the development of a unified workers movement.  It is also important because it has created 
a division in the socialist left with many groups coming out in support of independence for Scotland and other
 regions within Europe.  It has a particular importance for Irish socialists given Scotland’s close proximity to 
Ireland, the long history of interaction between the two nations,  and the promotion of the Irish state as a model 
for an independent Scotland. (read more)

Added Statement: Scotland - After the Referendum - 19/09/14


Next edition - September 2014


Correspondence: Unembarrassed by my No on Scotland - 28/09/14

First Thoughts After The Scottish Referendum - 23/09/14

Statement: Scotland - After the Referendum - 19/09/14

Correspondence: Socialist Democracy and Scotland - 16/09/14

Paisley: The chief bigot is dead - 16/09/14

Response to SD statement on Scottish independence referendum - 14/09/14

Peter Robinson repudiates peace deal - 12/09/14

Two letters on Scottish independence referendum - 11/09/14

SD Statement on Scottish independence referendum - September 2014

Review: Hugh MacDiarmid - Playboy of the Northern World - 01/09/14

Keynes is Dead; Long Live Marx! - 26/08/14

The ghost of promises past: 20 years since the IRA ceasefire - 30/08/14


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