Like the vote in 2014, anything less than a resounding win a month from now will be seen as acquiescence.
“Six weeks from now, Scotland has the choice of two diametrically opposing futures.”
“too many of the policies and regulations around our electricity system are reserved to Westminster”
MSPs in the Scottish Parliament, who are not members of the Scottish Government (SNP) can get their Bills accepted and passed in a way that the UK Parliament in London finds almost impossible to do.
“Sturgeon handed fresh blow: ‘Shetland Islands BRAINWASHED to think it’s part of Scotland’ Daily Express online
How can it be that Scotland is considered to be too small to be an independent country when Nauru is considered viable?
May 17th is Norwegian Constitution Day. Orkney’s links with Norway have remained strong to this day.
John Mowat writes about the background and impact of The Declaration of Arbroath
“We, as Scotland, need to ask: what do we need to do? And is that achievable within the current political and constitutional framework?”
On 16th of February 1918 Lithuania reinstated its independence.