Tommy Sheppard talks about how we could win back leave voting SNP supporters and highlights the limitations of Jeremy Corbyn.
Category: Towards Indyref2
The good news is, holding indyref2 this Scottish Parliamentary term is still a possibility and still firmly part of Nicola Sturgeon’s plans.
Let us know what you think Strugeon and the SNP should do now. We think she should play the long game by forcing the Tories to reject indyref2.
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.
While this snap General Election may well make unilaterally declaring independence technically possible. The idea is still bonkers.
If the soft-Brexit parties worked together they could stop the Tories & reshape the future of the UK. Yet they won’t, as this will be another divisive vote.
The whole Ruth Davidson Rape Clause fiasco gets to the heart of the independence debate. It challenges us to think what type of country we want to be.
Listen to the audio from the short debate between Kevin Hague and Richard Murphy on the GERS figures. Who sounds the most plausible?
The next time you hear someone blame Scotland’s poor economic performance on indyref2 ask them for evidence. These charts suggest they are wrong.
NO voters opted for safety and surety in 2014. From the evidence of May’s scant plan, neither of those two things is assured going forward.
The Scottish Parliament voted for indyref2. The UK government has told us that now is not the time. So what is going to happen next?
The UK Government has responded to the petition asking it to “Agree to a second referendum on Scottish Independence” and you won’t like what they said.
Irish Economist David McWillliams has some interesting insights about the deficit, how we could grow our economy and project fear.
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
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
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.