Westminster

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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Lessons From the Edinburgh Agreement that Westminster Forgot

  NEXT WEEK the Supreme Court will adjudicate on the Scottish Parliament’s right to hold an independence referendum. The case…
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Five Reasons Why Scotland Has the Legal Right to Self-Determination

  The UK Supreme Court in London is considering whether Scotland can have a referendum on its constitutional future.  The…
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Mitigation – A-board

Click to download Your ambition for the Scottish Parliament shouldn’t be limited to mitigating the incompetence of Westminster.
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Mitigation – 2×1 banner

Click to download Your ambition for the Scottish Parliament shouldn’t be limited to mitigating the incompetence of Westminster.
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Scottish Water – a victory for the Scottish people v the UK Government

  Why is Scottish Water still – largely – in public ownership while water companies in the rest of the…
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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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Media Watch – Scotland’s mainstream media ignores the downside of dodgy trade deals

July 27, 2022 “I have negotiated dozens of trade deals”, candidate for PM Liz Truss said in a debate on…
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Ten ways the UK Government is undermining Scotland’s devolution

  Since the Brexit vote, Westminster has been determined to take back control – of Scotland. It wants to go…
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