Shades of legal grey – Part 4
In the final part of Shades of legal grey Molly Pollock looks at the issues a UK government would face in the event of the will of the people of Scotland being overridden by a political party and government Scotland did not vote for or agree to a dysfunctional and damaging Brexit.
Independence or bust?
Westminster may have squandered power and significant influence on the global scene but divide and conquer remains the establishment’s strategy to keep Scotland in its place.
Lets get back to the core issues driving support for independence
By Russell Bruce The SNP have had an interesting conference, albeit with the restrictions the pandemic has imposed over...
By Russell Bruce These are startling figures from polling by YouGov carried out for The Times
Is Scotland really unique? – Part 1
A response by Margaret Johnstone to Gerry Hassan’s recent article in The National, on those who voted No in 2014.
Tommy Sheppard on the Union
In the day before Westminster broke up, for the summer that is - Westminster has been breaking up day after day during the course...
Scotland’s future and Brexit
By Russell Bruce This video from Mark McNaught is well worth watching as it covers some of the main issues Scotland will face if we...
New story should be told about independence in troubled times
Commentary by Christopher Silver Do you want to go on an adventure? Every story begins with a variation on this proposition. It offers an instinctive draw...
BAE boss anti-indy letter at odds with company’s earlier statements
By Martin Kelly The Chief Executive of BAE Systems has sent out letters warning of the potential risks to pensions and jobs if...
CBI membership is undermining BBC’s impartiality says NUJ
By a Newsnet reporter The BBC's refusal to resign its membership of the CBI is damaging the work of its journalists and undermining...