Scottish Socialist Voice

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The Scottish Socialist Voice is a Scottish political newspaper, published by the Scottish Socialist Party. Established in November 1996, it was previously the paper of Scottish Militant Labour, before being handed over to the SSP when it was formed in 1998.


It was first edited by Alan McCombes who acted as editor until 2003. For a short time it was edited by Kath Kyle, followed by Joanna Harvie and is currently edited by Ken Ferguson. The deputy editor is Wullie McGartland. It was originally launched as a fortnightly publication, and moved to a weekly format in early 2003, before returning to fortnightly production in 2007. In 2009 it changed from a broadsheet to a tabloid format.

Current readership is estimated as around 3,000, with distribution through subscription and street sales.

The aims of the Voice are:
  • To report the struggles of ordinary people against injustice, discrimination and exploitation.
  • To expose corruption and hypocrisy in high places.
  • To cover politics, culture and sport from a socialist standpoint.
  • To champion the cause of an independent socialist Scotland as part of a worldwide fightback against global capitalism.

In November 2006 it celebrated its tenth anniversary.

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Regular Columns

Current columns which regularly appear in the Voice include:

New Ideas - Voices from the SSY Features articles contributed by members of Scottish Socialist Youth

Women's Voice Features articles contributed by SSP...... ...

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