The people who live here, not distant Westminster governments, should have the power to decide Scotland’s future. We have published a draft Referendum Bill to make it a reality.
Being part of the EU is an advantage to Scotland, but we are suffering as a political appendage to Westminster.
The ‘No’ campaign said Boris Johnson wouldn’t become Prime Minister. They said it was a “scare story” from the Yes campaign.
21 polls in a row confirm that independence is backed by a consistent majority of people in Scotland.
On May 6, let’s send Boris Johnson a message he can’t ignore. Scotland’s future, Scotland’s choice.
“It seems to me that in both straightforward, instrumental terms and in ideological terms Scotland will be much better off out of the United Kingdom and in the European Union.” – George Monbiot
Brexit made me realise Scotland’s voice means nothing at Westminster, but Nicola Sturgeon’s handling of COVID made me switch from No to Yes.
Norway, with a similar population size, is a powerhouse. Scotland could easily be where they are, making a big impact on the global stage.