by Irvine Welsh Scottish Independence, as an ongoing process, has never been about an event such as an election or a referendum. This is what makes it so frustrating for it’s opponents; it’s a conscious set of political steps, yes,… Read More ›
By Gerry Hassan Two independence campaigns are now running in the UK: one on Scottish independence; the other which has become more public in the last week, on the UK’s possible exit from the European Union. Strangely they operate in… Read More ›
by Jim & Margaret Cuthbert David Cameron was hailed as a hero by the British media and Westminster after his “success” in EU budget negotiations in February. However, one of the victims of the deal was the Structural Funds budget…. Read More ›
Let’s be clear. There is not a four deep queue in Brussels anxious to indulge the fantasy life of the most semi detached of its membership. Why would there be ?
Clarifying EU Membership: HC 643 The foreign policy implications of and for a separate Scotland (Source: UK Government)
by Kevin Williamson There has been conflicting opinions recently regarding an Independent Scotland’s membership status of the EU. Below, in a document written on 24th Sep 2012 and subsequently published by the UK government on 17th Oct 2012, Graham Avery,… Read More ›