Please stop defending Trident against peaceful protesters like Brian Quail, and defend Brian Quail – and humanity – against Trident.
Autonomy Scotland FRESH CONTENT
I understand why the left might be dissapointed by the SNP and attracted to Labour. That said, a strong SNP is a better lever for real change.
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.
The large anonymous donation to the DUP could have swung the narrow brexit vote. Those involved owe it to the public to disclose where that money came from
After telling the WASPI women of Moray he would fight for their cause, Douglas Ross has fallen at the first hurdle. Perhaps he was refereeing?
The Brexiteer goal of frictionless access to the Single Market is deluded. Yet they continue with the fantasy even when the top EU negotiator tells us so.
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.
With repealing OBFA, just as with staging indyref2, the argument that public opinion is against just isn’t good enough in a parliamentary democracy.
Labour’s current Brexit policy could lead to no deal. That said, there is one thing they can do to keep their manifesto pledge of avoiding a bad deal.
The good news is, holding indyref2 this Scottish Parliamentary term is still a possibility and still firmly part of Nicola Sturgeon’s plans.
While it’s dodgy Scotland will not see any extra money from the DUP deal. I don’t want any because it’s a dirty corrosive deal which should be stopped.
According to a new YouGov survey, apathy hurt the SNP more than any other factor in GE2017. About a quarter of 2015 SNP voters didn’t vote.
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