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Barricades on the Bridge of Hope

The ungagged collective interpret the theme “Barricades on the Bridge of Hope” from a variety of left political perspectives [LISTEN OR DOWNLOAD FREE NOW]

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Latest Articles

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Reimagining our Economy

Reimagining Our Economy

In her latest Ungagged column, Maggie Chapman of the Scottish Green Party argues that “our economy is broken. Capitalism is not stable. It never has been and was never designed to be.” [read more]

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Dancing Queen

Dancing Queen

Dancing while the union crumbles: Debra Torrance reacts to the Tory Conference speech we couldn’t look away from [read more]

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Why People Need to Stop Claiming Indyref Was Rigged

Mhairi Hunter explains why claiming the Indyref was rigged erodes trust in the electoral pocess and may cause more damage to a future Scottish Independence referendum [read more]

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Four Years Ago…

Allan Grogan talks from the perspective of a Yes campaigner who isn’t an SNP voter, about mending fences and bringing the Yes campaign back to its inclusive, outward looking roots [read more]

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Life in the Empire Part 4: Modern Vassal States

George Collins argues that Vassal States have no place in 21st Century politics [read more]

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The Profit Murders

The silence of the left on Yemen, Idlib and other conflicts should shame us all, argues Neil Scott, [read more]

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Brexit Fightback: We must demand a better future

Maggie Chapman discusses Brexit in her latest Ungagged column [read more]

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Stop telling women what to wear and how to look!

Stop telling women what to wear and how to look!

From Serena Williams to Stacey Soloman, Debra Torrance asks why women’s bodies are so policed in the public eye [read more]

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Brexit is Bedroom Tax on Steroids

Brexit is Bedroom Tax on Seroids

“Brexit is yet another indication that Scottish self-determination within the British Union is meaningless”- Sam Hamad on the EU, Brexit, and Scottish Independence

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The Battle of Hawthorn Town Hall

Derek Stewart Macpherson reminisces about preventing Pauline Hanson from entering Hawthorn Town Hall in the 90s, how to behave at the front of a protest line, and why no platforming fascists is so important [read more]

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Pride Glasgow 2018

Debra Torrance on the accessibility and overselling issues at Pride Glasgow, and the commercialisation of Pride [read more]

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Feminism, My Enemy?

Euan Johnston talks about the importance of feminism from his perspective as a heterosexual man, in the wake of the La Manada case [read more]

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Latest Fiction

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My 11-Step Introduction Into The Cult of Corbyn (Part 3)

A Corbyn Cultist reveals all about his path to becoming a communist sleeper agent (as revealed to Steve McAuliffe) [read more]

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Resilience

As featured on the You, Me and the Digital Revolution podcast, Neil Scott tells a heartbreaking story of a child learning to be resilient [read more]

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Latest Poetry

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Stand Aside, Brother

Stand Aside, Brother

A poem by Victoria Pearson, written for the Step Aside Brother episode of the Ungagged Podcast [read more]

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The Feltham Masterplan

A poem by guest poster Yasmin Parnham, one of the showmen threatened with eviction in Hounslow [read more]

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Ungagged Lite

Ungagged Cuppa Minutes – Jamie Szymkowiak

Only got 5 mins for a coffee break? No problem! Check out our 2 minute interview with…Jamie Szymkowiak

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Ungagged Reviews

Dragopticon Review

Debra Torrance reviews Dragopticon at the Panopticon and the Drag Queens performing there [read more]

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Glasgow Festival Review

Debra Torrance reviews the Glasgow Festival and some of the acts there [read more]

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Reflections on Poverty Safari

Two of our Ungagged team, David McClemont and Victoria Pearson, review Poverty Safari; Understanding the Anger of Britain’s Underclass by Darren “Loki” McGarvey [read more]

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Edinburgh Fringe Review

Mark McGhee of The Girobabies talks about the Edinburgh Fringe Festival – from the POV of a local [read more]

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