Ruth Davidson is quick to accuse indyref2 of damaging the Scottish economy. Not a whimper from her when a report showed the damage caused by Brexit.
Category: Scotland Post Brexit
We’ve been warning about the Great Repeal Bill for months. Turns out we were right. UKGov does intend to use undemocratic means to steal Scottish powers.
It is welcome that Labour is going to alter the Great Repeal Bill. However, this will be in vain if they don’t win parliament a meaningful Brexit veto.
Last month, a report was published by the EU that dispels, in one paragraph, all of the myths about an independent Scotland joining the EU.
Part there of the Unlock Democracy Report. This time we look at Repatriating EU Powers with respect to the devolved administrations.
Part two of the Unlock Democracy Report. This time we look at how Scotland’s influence on Brexit is A Matter Of Politics, Not Law
Part one of the Unlock Democracy Report. This time we look at how Scotland is reliant on the kindness of a Tory Government
Nicola Sturgeon was asked a testing question about causing division when she was speaking at the UN. She passed the test with flying colours.
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.
Folk are upset because Annie Wells MSP doesn’t accept the sovereignty of the Scottish Parliament. Why should she accept something that doesn’t exist?
The Scottish Parliament has spent hours this week debating whether we should hold indyref2. How good are the arguments against it?
Instead of writing my umpteenth Gordon Brown Vow blog, I have collected some #brownhogday tweets which show why his plan is doomed to failure.
Old clips show Davidson thought there was a mandate for indyref2 and that it shouldn’t be blocked. She seems to have changed her mind!
Theresa May told Robert Peston she is not going to allow indyref2. Her statement is hypocritical, counterproductive and false.
The reason given by Mundell for preventing indyref2 isn’t about concern for an uninformed public. It’s about fear of losing because people are informed.
JK Rowling thinks that all nationalists have the power to ignore resemblances between similar sets of facts. True, but at least we know we are nationalists.