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
Category: Towards Indyref2
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.
Although I’m against Trident renewal, there are some good arguments for not taking such a hard line on nuclear weapons when we fight #indyref2.
When we argue about the fiscal position of Scotland we play into the hands of our opponents. Best to have a plan for the worst cast scenario instead.
As UK nationalism is on the rise, we are hearing more and more that all nationalism is ugly. Here are 5 reasons that Scottish Nationalism is different.
The unionist propaganda of the last referendum has shattered.Scotland has no control of its destiny. Are you just going to shut up and eat your cereal?
This week,Oxfam released a report detailing the shocking extent of UK poverty and inequality. Brexit will worsen this. There is only one fix for Scotland
Guy Verhofstadt will be involved in the Brexit negotiations and has shown sympathy for the plight of Scotland. Contact Guy, let him know you want to remain
The polls suggest that Brexit has pushed some indyref No voters to move to Yes. Sadly, as many have moved in the other direction.
The annual GERS debate is becoming a joke as the exact same stats are manipulated, heralded or ridiculed by both sides to bolster their respective cases.
While it is possible that an independent Scotland could remain in the EU, the truth is that whether we do or not is outwith our control.
A key unionist debating point is that the UK is our biggest export partner. Here is why this isn’t such a strong argument against independence!
Indy supporting Brexiteers have a tough decision to make. A yes vote in indyref 2 would reverse their EU vote. However, independence is the sensible option.
In Scotland there is a democratic clash between Brexit and the Indyref results. Ruth Davidson is wrong to argue this crisis does not need to be addressed