Joy Johnson

Published: July 10, 2015
Written by Joy Johnson

Greece gives heart to those feeling the lash of austerity

Obituaries July 10

Published: July 10, 2015
Written by Ian Hernon and James Douglas

Poignantly, the man who organised the rescue of 669 children destined for Nazi concentration camps died on the anniversary of his biggest humanitarian triumph.

Tribune says

Published: July 2, 2015
Written by Tribune Editorial

Two statements at the recent anti-austerity protests framed the purpose and task for the labour movement as Britain faces the harshest cuts in its public services and welfare in recent …

Thousands take to the streets

Published: July 2, 2015
Written by Chris McLaughlin

In their tens of thousands, teachers, lawyers, nurses, trade unionists, parents and the increasingly dispossessed marched through London and Glasgow under the banner “End Austerity Now”. Similar protests have been …

John Coulter

Published: July 2, 2015
Written by John Coulter

First the Irish Republic had to endure the pain of the collapse of the Celtic Tiger economy and the humiliation of the multi-million euro bailout. Now Northern Ireland is dealing …

Kevin Maguire

Published: July 2, 2015
Written by Kevin Maguire

Labour could learn a lot from the Conservatives and ruthlessness is top of the list. I’m not what you might call a natural Tory supporter. Much of the party’s programme …

Output enjoys modest rise

Published: July 2, 2015
Written by James Douglas

Manufacturing and industrial output increased modestly in the most recent three months, according to the latest official figures. The manufacturing sector posted a rise of just 0.2 per cent in …

John Street’s Diary June 12

Published: June 12, 2015
Written by John Street

Liberal Democrat tributes to the late Charles Kennedy focused on his principled stand against the 2003 Iraq invasion in which he ensured that all his parliamentary troops were in the …

News in Brief

Published: June 12, 2015
Written by Ian Hernon

Former Chancellor Lord Lawson warned that David Cameron is unlikely to achieve anything of significance as he seeks to renegotiate Britain’s membership of the European Union.

Maria Fyfe

Published: May 30, 2015
Written by Maria Fyfe

We failed to nail the lies, now the SNP reverts to type