News, Articles and Opinion The MSM, The SNP, and the Yes movement Baby boxes Dealing With Twitter Trolls Women’s Representation in the Independence Movement Why People Need to Stop Claiming Indyref Was Rigged Two Child Cap To be or Not to be Friends with a Tory Rollercoaster of UK politics Brexit Debacle: Independence Referendum Soon […]
News, Articles, and Opinion For Once the System Worked – And The Right are Furious About It Scotland’s Response to Katie Hopkins’ Hate Hollywood Director brought down by the Alt-right and his own stupidity New Blow to SAP as National Secretary Resigns From Party This is what a British Trump looks like Scottish Greens Co-convernors […]
By David McClemont Last week a 78-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder after a suspected burglar was stabbed to death. The man, Richard Osborn-Brooks, discovered two intruders in his home South-East London in the early hours of the morning. One of the intruders was armed with a screwdriver and forced Mr Osborn […]
No place like home – but where is home when you are on wheels? The shows, the carnival, the fairground integral parts to a gala, the Highland games, a village fete and important part of Scottish communities; essential components to local economies. What are the shows? The flashing lights and ringing bells, the stall holders […]
News, Articles and Opinion We don’t need a monument to Margaret Thatcher, we’re living in one Oooh Jeremy Corbyn…Poorly Paid Agency Workers Aren’t Just Migrants What does Pride mean to me? There ain’t no party like a Brexit Party, unless you’re a homosexual or an immigrant No Brendan O’Neill, The Rise Of LGBTIQ+ […]
News, Articles and Opinion Who Are More United? Brexit, Referendums and Independence Where are we with Brexit? The Independent Group, Money, Scotland And Power… What Is A Section 30 Order And Why Will We Never Get One Again For A Referendum?
Recently the Scotland in Union organisation hit the headlines with a major information leak to independence bloggers such as Wings Scotland and Bellacaledonia and even the unionist These Islands got a little press coverage when a member of its advisory council, Professor Nigel Biggar, got into a row about his defence of the British […]
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There were many more casualties resulting from the Twin Tower attacks than the 2,974 people who died in New York that day on 9/11. As well as those poor souls, there have been countless thousands killed in the resulting war on terror carried out in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Libya, and the fall out still […]
How Victoria Pearson, a writer in Bedfordshire who works for Scottish Pro-Indy podcast Ungagged, ended up being trolled as a result of being caught in the crossfire of the twitter storm about all male panels.