From No to Yes

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The Ungagged team give their view on the Scottish Referendum, Brexit, George Galloway, the Unite elections and much, much more!

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On this episode, hosted by Neil Scott, we’ll have Christopher Graham, Nick Durie, Eric Joyce, Derek Stewart Macpherson, Debra Torrance, Victoria Pearson*, Ruth McAteer, Teresa Durran, Chuck Hamilton, George Collins, Paul Sheridan, Red Raiph and poetry from Steve McAuliffe, with an Independence Live chat between Eric Joyce and Steven Purcell 

With music from The Wakes, Girobabies, Stuart McFarlane, Kes’ Conscience, Babel Fish Project, Roy Møller, Sharon Martin, Dream Nails,  James king & The Lonewolves, Husky Tones, Argonaut, Victoria Långstrump, Joe Solo.



* CORRECTION: In her piece “Don’t Be A Twitter Lemming, Think For Yourself”, Victoria states that Iain Allinson currently earns £27k per annum. The correct figure is in fact approx £36k. V would like to apologise for the mistake, and thank Mr Allinson for pointing it out and clarifying the figure.

Ungagged on the Campaign for Scottish Independence

Ungagged is a podcast from the left, based in Scotland, but like many media outlets we have editorial from across the world.

We started Ungagged with two aims. One- as a forum for a wide range of commentators across the left to give their views without prejudice. And two to ensure, in the mix of the new international media, Scotland has a positive, progressive voice.

Nicola Sturgeon has indicated that Scotland is back on the campaign for independence. We, as a small media organisation, support independence and hope to include editorial from the pro- independence left in the coming months.

The left in Scotland has many different views on how independence will be reached, and on what an independent Scotland will look like. We hope to give those different voices a platform.

Scotland has been a centre left voting country for many, many years. Equality, the welfare of all and Internationalism come at the very top of the values the Scottish electorate- and that is what Ungagged hopes to reflect.