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.
The Scottish Parliament has spent hours this week debating whether we should hold indyref2. How good are the arguments against it?
Theresa May told Robert Peston she is not going to allow indyref2. Her statement is hypocritical, counterproductive and false.
The reason given by Mundell for preventing indyref2 isn’t about concern for an uninformed public. It’s about fear of losing because people are informed.
Last indyref, the media personified the debate to make it about Alex Salmond. On the day indyref2 was announced they are trying to do the same thing.
In a hastily arranged press conference, First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon just set out her plans for #indyref2. Let us know what you think.
While I agree with many of the points made by Jim Sillars with regards to the EU. Independence within the EU trumps the Tory driven alternative.
Despite the continued effort of many Unionists to paint Scottish nationalism as Blood and Soil. The movement is clearly not based on ethnicity
A nation only works if the people buy into the story that the country tells itself. We will win indyref2 because the UK story has now been exposed as a lie.
The deception of 2014 could not be in any more in focus at this time. May’s hard Brexit shows Scotland is a passenger not a partner in the UK
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
The answer to the London v Brussels question may be key to winning a second indyref. Although there may be a way to avoid the question.
The Telegraph article about #indyref2 causing more economic damage than Brexit is a prime example of how the media will lie to you in plain sight.
To win indyref2 the SNP should focus on making government in Scotland superior to government at Westminster. They have made a few errors recently.
Today Dugdale called the Tories the ‘Brexit Party’. She also ruled out supporting indyref2 which means Scottish Labour is also opting for Brexit