Reading through the recent debate at Westminster about indyref2, it is clear that all of the arguments against are anti-democratic.
Top scientists produce a report suggesting that 150,000 extra deaths may have been caused by the government, and the BBC deem it un-newsworthy.
There are viable ways for Scotland to stay in the EU Single Market, even when part of a post-Brexit UK, according to Dr Nikos Skoutaris.
In this short video, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, Joseph Stiglitz, argues that independence for Scotland makes more sense post Brexit
The Law Society of Scotland confirms that the EU (Withdrawal) Bill will remove legislative competences from Scotland. But they point out ways to avoid this.
Making sense of an atlas dotted with exceptions, special cases and lands in limbo, BBC world asks: who gets to have their own country?
The Tory GE2017 manifesto reminds us that they prefer no deal to a Brexit bad deal. Looking at their aims this preference might become reality.
You may have missed it but yesterday a Former Advocate General at the EU Court advised that Scotland could remain in the EU and be better off for doing so.
Not only was May’s anti-EU tirade undiplomatic and counter-productive, the points she made show that she knows Brexit could be a disaster.
In this 2 minute video, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon explains why it is unsustainable for Holyrood to be a sticking plaster for Tory cuts.
Scottish Tories only talk of indyref2 but this election is about serious issues & giving them a hard-Brexit mandate will hurt Scottish small businesses.
Thanks to a Freedom Of Information Request we have learned that the UK Government has spent a substantial amount of our money misleading us about trade.
The whole Brexit process has highlighted Scotland’s lack of sovereignty. The Great Repeal Bill is going to make things a lot worse. Question is, do we care?
Spain’s recent actions show that the UK is about to enter a poker game with the EU nations. May will not want the future of Scotland to be on the table.
UK/Scotland trade barriers probably won’t happen if we vote Yes. However, if they do, they improve the argument for independence.
Scotland could remain in the EU according to an EU parliament report written by the political scientist Brendan O’Leary.