Tagged: autonomyscotland

Jim Murphy: The Patriot Actor

One of things both sides agreed on during the referendum campaign was that the Scottish electorate was energised, that the population was informed and engaged in political ideas in a way that had not been witnessed...

Heal the World, but not with a Band Aid

I’m pretty confident Band Aid 2014 would raise a lot more money if they just threatened to do the record unless we all donate. Many would give heartily to put an end to the spectacle of...

Jim Murphy: A Gift For SNP

The revelation that Jim Murphy is favourite to take over as the leader of Scottish Labour is great news for the Yes Coalition. It will increase the movement’s chances of decimating Labour in May and shows...

Salmond shows England the way

Last night I tuned in to Question Time in the hope of seeing a barnstorming Salmond performance. I expected him, now unleashed, to tear into the media bias, unashamed scaremongering, lying politicians and self serving corporate...

Inequality harms our economy

During the referendum debate, a Yes vote was commonly thought of as a vote from the heart whereas a No vote was a vote from the head. In the final weeks, when the polls began to...

Big Society in Scotland must horrify Dave

All this gibberish a few years back from David Cameron about Big Society seems to be coming to fruition in a way which would horrify him. People all over Scotland have come together in the last...

Yes lost, No didn’t win

Last Friday was horrible. The anger, disappointment and heavy, desperate sadness I felt on the result of the Scottish Referendum was overwhelming. Since its inception in January, my friends and I at Autonomy Scotland have eaten,...