International Socialists (Scotland)

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International Socialists (Scotland)
Founded February 2014 (2014-14)
Split from Socialist Workers Party (UK)
Ideology Marxism,
Scottish Republicanism
Political position Left-wing
Politics of Scotland
Political parties

The International Socialists (Scotland) is a Marxist organisation founded in 2014 by former members of the Socialist Workers Party in Scotland. It is currently involved in the campaign for a 'yes' vote in the referendum on Scottish independence in 2014.[1]

It has links with the RS21 group in England, which split from the SWP at the same time. It is mainly based in Edinburgh, but has a few people in Glasgow.


  1. ^ "Yes to Independence: Kick the Tories out of Scotland". International Socialists Scotland. March 2014. Retrieved 16 March 2014. 

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