It’s not the fake news we have to worry about. That is obviously rubbish. The sleekit stuff published in the mainstream is far more dangerous
Autonomy Scotland FRESH CONTENT
The UK Supreme Court will soon rule on whether or not the Scottish Parliament should be consulted about the article 50 process.
The fate of union depends on Scotland having an ageing population, yet the old will be the first to suffer due to service cuts resulting from current policy
It should come as some comfort to independence supporters, that the most common argument against independence is a unionist deception.
If Kevin Hague is a man of logic, then why is he generalising to 1.6 million people based on very limited anecdotal evidence?
When the world is exchanging freedom and responsibility for the protection of authoritarian strongmen, let’s recognise that the Union is Scotland’s Trump.
We need unbiased experts writing reports on the finances of a post indy Scotland. Using Yes minded amateurs is counter-productive
If this week has taught us anything, it is that the Scottish branches of Labour and the Lib Dems are run by ideological unionists.
If the Scottish Lib Dem conference showed anything, it is that they are a party of ideological unionists living with Scotlab in a post-Brexit fantasy world
Murdo Fraser MSP tried to equate the Yes voting demographic with Trump supporters. Unfortunately for him, his demographic were the biggest Trump fans
Sturgeon’s Article 50 legal intervention is good politics. That said, it serves as a warning as to how winning an indyref doesn’t guarantee independence
The answer to the London v Brussels question may be key to winning a second indyref. Although there may be a way to avoid the question.
I like a rebel, but prefer them to have a cause. Having read Alex Neil’s reasoning, I’m not sure there is much to support his pro Brexit stance
You may not agree with repealing OBFA but don’t pretend that it’s all politicking. There are good reasons to ditch it and it is consensus politics in action
How Simon Johnson from the Telegraph uses a report that goes out of its way to say it’s not about Scottish independence, to damn Scottish independence!
Tactically, joining EFTA seems like the best solution for persuading the people of Scotland that we can stay in the single market as an independent country.