Unlike 2014, there is no status quo and no alleged stability provided by the “broad shoulders” of the UK. The choice facing Scotland is more of Boris Johnson’s Brexit Britain, or becoming a normal independent country in Europe.
Progressive European politics, underpinning and enriching a normal, small European democratic nation, is a deadly threat to Johnson’s intentions.
Claims and promises made by the ‘No’ campaign in 2014 have turned out to be completely false. Here’s a rolling list of anti-independence myths, debunked.
My journey, from an undecided voter to strong Yes, has been influenced as I visualise what type of society I want my children to grow up in. Welcoming, supportive, and one that embraces diversity.
In 2014 and through the Brexit referendum, the UK government said energy prices would fall. Now, they’re soaring higher and higher – pushing more families into poverty.
Are unionists really arguing that Scotland is somehow uniquely incapable of governing itself, when we are surrounded by similar-sized, successful independent countries?
We know that Scotland is big enough, rich enough, and smart enough to become independent. But as a movement, we need to listen, understand and empathise with those who are undecided.
Almost half of EU member states are the same size or smaller than Scotland. Many have better pensions, higher incomes, are healthier and happier than the UK – and make their own decisions.