The SNP has published a dossier of “broken promises” made by the No campaign during the 2014 referendum on independence. It has accused its opponents of breaking a series of promises made during the referendum campaign. Some of the “promises” include securing Scotland’s membership of the European Union by staying part of the United Kingdom
Scottish news and politics, analysis and opinion. Scotland's political social media hub. WRITER AND BROADCASTER Paul Mason has said that Scottish independence is “inevitable”, and followed from a growing leftwing mood, at the launch of a Rise economics policy document.
Scotland claims credit for inventing the telephone, television and penicillin, not to mention modern economics. Its people built ships, bridges and locomotives for the world and, more recently, Grand Theft Auto. In a 2014 referendum on whether Scotland should break away to become Europe’s newest state, Scots voted to remain in the three-centuries-old United Kingdom with England and Wales by 55 percent to 45 percent. Rather than settling the matter, the nationalists on the losing side gathered strength and numbers, then became key power brokers by winning most of Scotland’s seats in the U.K. Parliament in the 2015 general election.
Lord Smith presents an unworkable constitutional fudge! IT SEEMS to me the social and political situation is evolving to open the door to an early independence referendum, possibly as soon as September 2020. Firstly, the promise of more powers, so crucial to securing a No vote, is falling apart as
I always thought that a Brexit was unlikely, however last Wednesday's ICM poll for the Guardian shows Leave support rapidly increasing and for the first time taking the lead in both telephone and online polls. UK wide Remain sit on 42% (-5) and Leave on 46% (+6) - telephone and Remain are at 44%
One of the world’s youngest billionaires is on course to become Scotland’s biggest landowner. A major investigation by The Sunday Post has laid bare the 30 aristocrats, foreign tycoons and charities who own the largest chunks of the 19.5 million acres that make up the country. It found Danish retail magnate Anders Povlsen, 42, has … Continued
As Scots headed to polls in a bid for independence from Britain, the SNP had every right to be paranoid that they were all monitored by UK intelligence services, as the referendum constituted a “national security threat” to the UK, says Julian Assange.
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