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The UK is ripping up workers’ rights – an independent Scotland can do better

The UK government is attacking workers’ rights in draconian new laws, which will be imposed on Scotland –  despite fierce…
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Westminster’s Section 35 block on Scottish law fundamentally undermines UK democracy

  The UK Government has decided to block the Scottish Government’s Gender Recognition Reform Bill, despite the legislation falling under…
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Starmer and Sunak’s speeches try to relegate Scotland to a region of England!

  The start of the year has seen keynote speeches from the Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and a response from…
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Mediawatch: by recognising Scotland is an “energy goldmine”, the Daily Express boosts case for independence

  The right-wing, ultra British nationalist Daily Express is not normally the first to make the case for Scottish independence…
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Our Ten Most Shared Blogs of 2022

Scotland faces a media that in many cases is completely hostile to independence. News stories are spun to suggest Scots…
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New Poll: 56% Yes and General Election majorities for Yes in both seats and votes

  BREAKING: A poll released this morning shows support for Scottish independence has soared to 56% in the wake of…
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5 Things You Need to Know About Labour’s Latest Vow on Constitutional Reform

  In Leeds today, Keir Starmer, flanked by former-PM Gordon Brown, unveiled Labour’s plans for UK constitutional reform. There is…
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Media Watch: Times Scotland front page headline changed online after legal rubbishing

  Frontpage headlines rarely cause laughter – unless on comics like the Broons.  But listeners to the press review on…
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Top lawyer: UK refusal to negotiate with Scotland on independence “undemocratic”

  Rising star in the field of Scottish and UK law Sionaidh Douglas-Scott, who is a fellow at Princeton in…
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Scotland scunnered with rule by House of so-called “Lords”

A proposal that Scotland’s Secretary of State Alister Jack should postpone taking up his controversial peerage until the next general…
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