Articles by James Kelly
Darling's performance this week was far from the victory the No zealots would have you believe.
Scotland's pro-independence movement is humble, fair and realistic - and don't let the nay-sayers tell you otherwise.
Commons vote against military action in Syria was a confusing message for anti-independence campaigners, argues James Kelly.
A yes vote for Scottish independence could see Trident nuclear missiles kicked out of the Clyde, says James Kelly.
Protesters who made Farage's visit to Edinburgh a misery should be applauded, says James Kelly.
Thatcher and Gorbachev became allies but Scottish referendum could be real game-changer for liberal democratic ideology, argues James Kelly.
Removing Scotland's presence at Westminster might just be the greatest gift ever sent down from the north, says James Kelly.
Westminster policies alienating young and driving them into pro-independence camp in Scotland, says James Kelly.
London's indifference to matters north of the border only increases Scottish desire for independence, says James Kelly.
Decision to remain in UK would be alien to Scotland's social democratic values, says James Kelly.