Only a referendum is going to fairly represent the people in terms of votes. Humza Yousaf has previously indicated his preference for building the movement until it’s impossible to ignore us. We don’t hold all the cards there though and nothing is guaranteed, so if a majority of seats at the next election is enough […]
Neil Anderson @BikerNeil hosts with Val Waldron @scribblingval and Brian Finlay @WeeSociologist. This week’s topic starters; 1) Indy Ref 9th Anniversary & SNP conf motion, 2) Highest Scottish population ‘ever’! And Scots views on immigration, 3) Fergus Ewing MSP & SNP/SGP BHA – acronym heaven 🙂 4) Helix Park – Falkirk 10th Anniversary – Kelpies […]
Rutherglen and Hamilton West voter David McClemont seriously considered voting for the Labour Party until Starmer and Sarwar hijacked the party’s climb back from the depths that Blair and Brown’s New Labour had dragged it… As a lifelong supporter of Scottish independence, in 2019 I did something that I had never done before. I voted […]
We call it QueueAnon, this wonderful fountain of freedom hitherto unknown, a snaking virtue of fellow patriots, knees bending to the virtues of the throne. Three days to bathe in our rightful place, in worship of her glorious majesty bowing our grateful head for the life of this deity In the guiding light of […]
The obstacles to our independence are not all about media-led rabid unionism, or floating voters. We have a problem within the movement, something really toxic. It resembles a kind of auto-immune disease, a drive to eat away at the host and make barren the soil it depends on; the movement itself. The dreaded anniversary of […]
I had no fucking idea how stupid people I agreed with could be until I helped radicalise them. [Apology: Please bear with this rant. There is a proposal at the end.] Back to the rant. Post September 2014, people who had until that point been happy talking about Dirty Den, Lady Ga Ga, the Oasis […]
Donald Rumsfeld has been trying to kill me for years, what with ensuring that after the Irish stopped bombing Britain, he and his Whitehouse gang introduced a new set of disgruntled bombers, and of course his lacing Diet Coke, vitamin tablets, toothpaste, cereal and chewing gum with his aspartame. Having said that, of course Rishi […]
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RiC’s Connor Beaton interviews Glasgow Cllr Graham Campbell – SNP Socialists Co-Convener. Exciting discussions on many topics. Both are regular contributors to Ungagged. You can find out more about Graham on his Facebook Page and Twitter. And more about Connor on Twitter.
David McClemont @DavoMc82 hosts with Kat Cary @kat_cary and Connor Beaton @cdbeaton. This week’s topics; Partygate Report, Labour Green Energy strategy, SNP unveil Scottish Constitution, Wildcats in the Cairngorms. Music The Cundeez, Skeem Life