Recent events show, that those who are considering abandoning independence because they don’t like the SNP Growth Commission, are not thinking clearly.
Category: Scottish Politics
Nicola Sturgeon discusses Scotland’s post-Brexit future during an in-depth interview and audience Q and A with Reuters News Agency.
A group of London academics have written an open letter criticising media coverage of, and defending Corbyn against, antisemitism allegations.
A new report has been published, showing that UK austerity policy is regressive and the most vulnerable in society have been disproportionately hit.
Donald Tusk just detailed the EU position with regards to a future UK/EU trade deal. It confirms that the UK position is completely deluded.
The funny thing about the speech David Lidington MP delivered to the devolved administrations, is that it was full of warnings about the UK Brexit plan.
If you are worried about an erosion of hard fought for Human Rights after Brexit, then persuade your organisation to sign up for the Scotland Declaration on Human Rights.
In 2014, May warned Scotland about the dire consequences of post-separation security. Now, she is selling a deep and special post-Brexit security arrangement.
A new poll showing that most Scots want constitutional change has been described by Tory MSP, Adam Tomkins, as showing no mandate for any more constitutional wrangling.
Lord David Steel this week pointed out that Scotgov has been treated badly in relation to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill. That’s a massive understatement.
How can we end free movement and have access to the Single Market? How can we have no border with Ireland but have a border with the EU? These unsolvable Brexit puzzles are about to bite the UK
In a bid to end Daily Mail style Fake News, we have created an example of what their flag-gate correction should have looked like.
Holyrood is discussing whether it should give consent to the EU(Withdrawal) Bill. What can we learn from the one example of consent being denied before?
John Bercow: ‘People who are on the losing side are not obliged to accept that their view has been lost forever and they are perfectly entitled to continue to argue for it’.
In the independence debate, people often think the worst of the other side’s actions and turn a blind eye to their own problems. Alex Cole-Hamilton’s, Torrancegate intervention is a good example.
Looking at graphs of opinion polling, support for Scottish independence has increased dramatically in 8 years but has stagnated recently.