ScotRef

Labour will collapse in polls (again) if party won’t support Scotland’s right to self-determination

  As the UK Labour conference gets underway the party is again hopeful that it will, for the first time…
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Five Reasons Scotland can be confident of rejoining the EU

As Scotland reboots its independence campaign, the European situation has changed in major respects since 2014. Here are some of…
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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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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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Why Quebec’s independence dream went wrong –  lessons for Scotland

  Between 1990 and 2005, about 50% of people in Quebec said they wanted independence from Canada. But since then,…
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Believe in Scotland – Regional Pages

  Believe in Scotland has launched a regional network of Facebook pages. The aim of these pages is to support…
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Believe in Scotland to kickstart new Yes push with massive Indy day of action

  Believe in Scotland, is calling on the grassroots Yes movement to join in a massive day of campaigning after…
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Wellbeing economics – the key to a 60% Yes vote for Scottish independence

  A sixty percentage Yes vote is achievable – with the right economic approach. However, coronavirus changed everything; every rule…
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11 reasons Holyrood 21 delivered an unstoppable mandate for indyref2

  If anyone tells you they don’t think the Scottish election result delivers a mandate for Indyref2 then simply get…
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New host and live audience dropped for second BBC election debate

  The BBC has changed hosts and dropped live ‘virtual’ audience participation for its second party leaders’ election debate next…
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