Ungagged Podcast

The People Spoke

Available FREE on iTunes and Podbean On this episode of Ungagged, themed around “The People Spoke” and introduced by Victoria Pearson, we will hear from Flavia Trudoreanu from Scottish CND on 10 reasons not to have Trident, Jason Travis on the left and Brexit – and what he feels socialists should argue and organise for, Laura Lundahl on […]

Ungagged Bands

Creatures of Habit

Creatures of Habit are a Alternative Rock/Americana band hailing from Glasgow, Scotland. Their style is as diverse as it is exciting. Creatures of Habit began, as many good things do, with a drunken idea. Lifelong friends Barry Fitzsimmons and Stuart McPhee had grown up together and learned guitar side by side in their early teens. […]

Brexit Crime Fascism

Norsefire on the Horizon?

Norsefire on the Horizon? We live in an age where senior SNP politicians are openly expressing worry about the rise of a far-right figure in England.  Alyn Smith, MEP, said that the situation in England is so precarious that one wrong move, so to speak, could lead to the emergence of the far-right.  Smyth cites […]

Ungagged Team

Sam Hamad

Sam Hamad is a Scottish-Egyptian writer and activist. He regularly writes for The New Arab, and blogs at Tumbleweed.   You can read his Ungagged Writing here   Please follow and like us:

Ungagged Team

Damanvir Kaur

My name is Damanvir Kaur and I reside in the U.S. Human rights advocacy is a passion of mine, especially highlighting the ongoing atrocities committed in India and persecution of religious minorities.   You can follow Damanvir on twitter Please follow and like us:

LGBTQIAP+ Scotland

Pride Glasgow 2018

Pride Glasgow 2018 Saturday the 14th July Glasgow, there was a bright and colourful March in the west end today and it wasn’t an orange walk. Led by the First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, who accepted the grand Marshall position of the pride parade instead of meeting with a big orange balloon. Over 12,000 […]

America Fascism Feminism

May, You Live In Interesting Times

May, You Live In Interesting Times I was an enthusiastic participant in the original Pussy march in London on 21 January 2017, along with an estimated 5 million people worldwide – there were over 400 anti-Trump marches in cities across the world that day. It was unlike any other protest march I had previously joined, […]