Is Scotland a country and should the citizens of a country be able to determine their own fate? If your answer is Yes/Yes, Brexit should make you angry.
Category: Scottish Politics
That’s the assessment of Johnathan Lis, deputy director of Influence Group, after returning from a trip to Brussels where he talked to EU politicians.
Reporting Scotland covered the potentially devastating impact PIPs may have on the disabled. Its effort highlights everything that’s wrong with the show.
Information from the Independence Convention’s focus groups can help us improve our message. But the main problem is getting that message across.
In 2014, Iain Gray and Scottish Labour seemed to be pretty keen on fracking in Scotland. Now they are claiming responsibility for banning it.
In this short video, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, Joseph Stiglitz, argues that independence for Scotland makes more sense post Brexit
Words like Separatist/Nationalist are loaded with connotations that harm the cause. Yet, the movement is so diverse it’s hard to think of a perfect option.
A few months ago Adam Tomkins MSP wrote in the Daily Record urging the Scottish government to investigate UBI. Now he is castigating them for it.
Today figures were released showing last year, Scotland had the second lowest number of homicides cases for decades. You wouldn’t know that from the BBC headline
Ash Denham MSP gives a simple explanation of the EU Withdrawal Bill, the Sewel convention, the power grab and why she won’t be supporting it.
These 111 powers should automatically default to Scotland post-Brexit. However, the UK government intends to change the law in order to grab them.
Another set of Scottish Labour leadership candidates treating half the country with contempt and once more they will learn the hard way at the ballot box
The latest Survation poll for the Scottish Daily Mail suggests that a clear majority of Scots would like to hold indyref2 in the near future.
On the anniversary of devolution, 13 Scottish Tory MPs who campaigned for election on the sole promise of subverting democracy, did just that.
First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, looks at the last 20 years of Scottish devolution. She asks has it made Scotland better and looks to what will happen next.
Ruth Davidson’s defence of Douglas Ross seemed to be that he’s not a bigot, he’s just representing the bigoted views of the people of Moray.