Scotland is more ready than ever to transition to independence and take its place among the family of independent nations.
The question is no longer whether Scotland could afford to be a successful independent country – the question now is whether we can afford not to be independent.
As an independent member of the EU, Scotland can be an equal partner and a bridge-builder between the UK and the EU.
If a majority of MSPs elected to Holyrood next year back a referendum, no UK Government has the right to block the will of the people.
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As the great Nelson Mandela said – ‘It always seems impossible until it is done’. In Scotland I believe we are on the cusp of such a moment.
The referendum of September 2014 changed Scotland – and I believe it transformed our country fundamentally for the better.
Throughout the last 20 years – and this is to the credit of all the parties in the parliament – that institution has worked to make a difference to the lives of people across Scotland.