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The arc of history bends towards independence for Scotland

  Ice hockey player Wayne Gretzky famously said “I skate to where the puck is going, not to where it…
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New Zealand’s century-long journey to independence

  New Zealand gradually became independent of the UK in a slow and gradual manner – one tiny step after…
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Lessons from the 1997 referendum – independence is about more than party politics

  This Sunday will mark 25 years since the historic devolution referendum on September 11, 1997, which delivered a huge…
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Boost for Scottish independence from contest for next PM

  Well-known Unionist commentator Alex Massie amusingly told Radio 4 yesterday: “If you were to say to me that there…
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Can the UK still claim to be a democracy?

  Q In which country can the leader be elected by party members, without a chance for the population to…
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The UK Gov’s Crime Against Democracy – suppressing Scottish votes

  As the candidates for the next Prime Minister continue to voice more and more extreme right-wing priorities thats are…
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“Scottish democracy can’t be a prisoner of Boris Johnson or any other Prime Minister”

  Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced in Parliament today that there will be a second independence referendum to be…
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The day that Britain died – rights ripped from Scotland’s devolution settlement 

  History may record that Britain finally died the day the UK Government decided to rip the European Convention on…
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The moral case for independence – should Scotland allow itself to be represented by lawbreakers?

  The UK Government’s draft law to illegally set aside part of the Northern Ireland protocol threatens to cause reputational…
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Ten reasons Scotland can’t afford to stay in the UK any longer

  Campaigners for the union try to make people fear that independence somehow risks damaging Scotland’s prosperity. Indeed, it sometimes…
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