The British state is an imperial behemoth that can only look on in panic as Scots scramble for the lifeboats
The Yes campaign today urged the people of Scotland to seize the one opportunity of independence and not to be taken in by empty promises of more powers – which are already unravelling.
The leaders’ last-minute deal for Scots, in the hope of staving off a Yes vote on Thursday, has caused outrage among MPs.
In the final #IndyRef Weekly Review before the referendum, I take a look at recent claims on how banks and businesses feel about independence for Scotland, a final statement on the new powers that we are unlikely to receive, and a brief sign off from me.
A ‘No’ vote means an even bigger headache for the London political establishment—a rerun of the independence debate in every UK election
Reaction to David Cameron’s stark message to the people of Scotland that they would face a “painful divorce” from the rest of UK if they voted for independence in the referendum.
An Awesome version of The Great Dictator speech – David Hayman – Scottish Independence
Former SNP MP Winnie Ewing, 85 years old, says older people should vote Yes for a fairer Scotland. It’s vital young people grow up in a fair society.