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Judgement Day

By Molly Pollock Well, after months of waiting the Supreme Court judgement on whether the Scottish parliament can hold...

No longer a happy family

Molly Pollock looks at the furore surrounding Liz Truss' attack on Nicola Sturgeon, one of the world's most respected women. She finds...

Fact Check: Can Scotland hold #indyref2 without a Section 30 from...

Why #indyref2 is very different from 2014. The Scottish Parliament has powers that it did not have in 2014.

It’s 19th October 2023

Molly Pollock produces a short summary of today's big news Today, on 28th June 2022, Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister...

Section 30s and much more

By Lindsay Bruce The following explanation on Section 30s, widely used with devolved nations, is only part of the...

Profoundly problematic?

By Molly Pollock On 17 October 2021 Dominic Raab, the UK Government's Justice Secretary, told the Sunday Telegraph that...

The Tories have “no plan, no roadmap, no thought, no intelligence”

Molly Pollock takes a look at Independence Live's interview with A C Grayling and picks out some highlights that particulary struck her...

Does Brexit vote underline Scotland is not a country, but a...

By Alf Baird Anyone can see from recent events the constitutional powerlessness of Scotland as a nation, and how empty is any notion of Scottish...

Independence will only happen if we’re prepared to break some rules

Commentary by Christopher Silver It should come as no surprise that the UK Government has all but ruled out granting the Scottish Parliament the ability...

Setback for nuclear test veterans as UK Supreme Court dismisses damages...

By a Newsnet reporter  Veterans who claim to have endured illnesses after being exposed to radiation from the UK’s Christmas Island test explosions in...