On this weeks podcast, Colin Fox on the launch of the SSP manifesto this week, Don Mackeen on the upcoming American presidential election, podcaster Michael Greenwell in the first of a series of interviews he is doing for the SSP, Katie Bonnar on the dreadful kidnapping of young women by Boko Haram in Nigeria, Stephanie Rolls on the Scottish service tax and Calum Martin on the rebellion of 1820.
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A commitment to a £10 Living Wage for all, defiance of austerity, and the eradication of insecure zero-hour contracts are at the heart of the Scottish Socialist Party’s deepest-red manifesto, launched earlier today at the Augustine Church in Edinburgh.
by SSP Glasgow East General Election candidate, Liam McLaughlan
Here we are then. A month to go. After 6 months of scattergun politics from Murphy, McDougall and McTernan at the helm of the ship, Labour still looks to be heading the way of the Titanic. Johann must be thankful, she got the first lifeboat off and never looked back, puncturing a whole in the rest of them as she left. But what does the Labour collapse mean for working class Scotland?
Read the rest of Liam’s thoughts on his blog, HERE