The UK’s debt and speculation model is hitting the buffers – Scotland could offer citizens a completely different approach
The SNP leadership is dropping a new paper on currency on its conference. Its claims to be producing a ‘central bank’ are very hard to stack up in any way at all.
There is an underlying factor which is causing much of the harm of our recent string of economic crises – a lack of national economic sovereignty.
Since an intention to hold a ‘plebiscite election’ was announced, there has been a lot of confusion about what that means. What is it and how is it different from a normal election?
The recent brutal Scottish Government budget is a direct result of a trap set by Westminster six years ago – a trap the Scottish Government walked into very willingly
Decarbonising Scotland’s electricity is easy. The big question is, since we’ve got so much more of it that we actually need, what are we going to do with it all?
One of the hardest issues to solve in decarbonising Scotland is heating. So what are the issues – and how do we get it right?
There are currently two political explanations of why the disastrous construction of ferries has gone so far off the rails – and neither of them is right. It’s all about the specification….
The First Minister has been “lobbying London firms” to invest in housing retrofit in Scotland. What does this mean?
New statistics show that Scotland is in disturbing company in the list of European nations with the highest rates of imprisonment in Europe
Poor delivery by government in Scotland is reducing confidence in the public realm. How can that be turned around?
An influential new report shows that in getting ready for climate change, Scotland has many more low-quality plans than high-quality plans and much more low-progress delivery than high-progress delivery