When Nicola Sturgeon spoke at #ArcticCircle2017, she talked about Brexit, independence and the dream of a second Scottish Enlightenment.
Reading through the recent debate at Westminster about indyref2, it is clear that all of the arguments against are anti-democratic.
Top scientists produce a report suggesting that 150,000 extra deaths may have been caused by the government, and the BBC deem it un-newsworthy.
One of our best freedoms in Scotland is the right to roam on our wild lands. This film reminds us that we shouldn’t take it for granted.
The Scottish Affairs Committee at Westminster has just published a report stating that urgent action is needed to prevent a constitutional crisis.
If we are to win indyref2 we need a legion of canvassers armed with better answers to the big questions. Get informed about a Scottish currency now.
A report just published by the British Medical Journal suggests that Tory healthcare cuts have caused 152,141 additional deaths in England over a decade
In this short video, Dr Craig Dalzell explains how an independent Scotland could be financed. Handy info to help counter the ‘too poor’ argument.
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.
The main sticking point is that post-Brexit, the EU Withdrawal Bill moves powers to Westminster that should default to Holyrood.
There are viable ways for Scotland to stay in the EU Single Market, even when part of a post-Brexit UK, according to Dr Nikos Skoutaris.
This desperate ‘binding Brexit vote’ means parliament will get to choose between a Tory hard-Brexit or no deal at all. Don’t fall for it.
It is highly likely that we are about to see a Scottish income tax rise. Here we look at why this is necessary and what form the changes may take.
At the Scottish Independence Convention last weekend, actor David Hayman read out an open letter from the Catalan Defence Committee(Scotland).
The Paradise Papers highlight just how many leading Brexiteers avoid paying taxes. Is it a coincidence that the EU was about to outlaw the practice?
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.