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Brexit changed the game: the Union from 2014 no longer exists
Are unionists really arguing that Scotland is somehow uniquely incapable of governing itself when we are surrounded by similar sized independent countries, all of which are successful?
We need to look outwards and take those undecided with us
We know that Scotland is big enough, rich enough, and smart enough to become independent. But as the independence movement, we need to listen, understand and empathise with those who are undecided – their concerns are valid, and their questions deserve to be answered.
Seeing Scotland sidelined at Westminster made me switch to Yes
I was horrified by the result of the 2019 general election. Despite good policies that the SNP MPs put forward, they will fall by the wayside as there is only so much 48 MPs can do in the House of Commons
Brexit and Scotland’s handling of COVID made me switch to Yes
Brexit was the lightbulb moment when I realised Scotland’s voice means nothing at Westminster – but Nicola Sturgeon’s handling of COVID made me switch from No to Yes.
Scotland has great potential to make a big impact on the global stage
Norway, with a similar population size, is a powerhouse. Scotland could easily be where they are, making a big impact on the global stage.
Independence is essential to protect Scotland’s NHS
Being an independent country can protect our NHS from Boris Johnson’s, and other terrible Tory governments that have served Scotland so badly.
I won’t let this Tory Brexit ruin my kids’ future
I regret voting No in 2014. We ended up going through a Brexit referendum with promises of £350 million a week for the NHS on a bus which was a complete lie. There is no benefit to Brexit. I want Scotland to be back in the EU.
Minds are changing as support for independence grows
The UK, with its Houses of Commons and Lords and its antiquated view of its own identity, is not minded to progressive reform – but in Scotland we have a chance to do exactly that.