As an independent member of the EU, Scotland can be an equal partner and a bridge-builder between the UK and the EU.
The size of our economy, our highly educated workforce, the abundance of natural resources, and cutting-edge innovation – all of them demonstrate that Scotland’s got what it takes to become a prosperous and thriving independent nation.
Big enough, rich enough, smart enough. Scotland has what it takes to thrive as an independent country – a fairer, greener, more prosperous society is within reach.
I remember standing in the polling booth, having a last minute ‘wobble’. In the end, I voted no, and I have regretted that vote ever since.
Scotland is richer per head than many wealthy countries. We’re a renewable energy powerhouse. We have what it takes to be an independent nation.
As Scotland prepares to become an independent nation, we must talk about what kind of nation we would be on the global stage – and how we can learn from the mistakes of the UK government.
People in Scotland increasingly believe that Scotland’s future must be in Scotland’s hands, not those of Boris Johnson and Westminster governments that we don’t vote for. Here’s the latest poll analysis.
Times Radio spoke to a focus group of 8 people who voted No in 2014. 7 of them would now vote Yes.
Why we need a referendum on Scotland's future
Westminster isn’t working for Scotland. We’ve been ignored too often. It’s time for a fresh start – to choose a different and better path. As an independent country, Scotland’s future will be in Scotland’s hands. Together, we can make Scotland the country we all know it can be. Sign below to pledge your support.