The day we vote for independence absolutely everything would change. I’m 71. Will it be my generation who throw away Scotland’s future?
What a 700-year-old document has to say about our 21st century path to independence and why we can take nothing for granted.
Self-belief drove us over the line at the Stade de France. Self-belief drives a young Scot to cross Canada on foot. Self-belief will drive us to victory in May.
… and why we need to let it go for good. Third in a weekly series of thoughts on Independence and the forthcoming Holyrood elections.
Following the quite unexpected success of last week’s video, here are some more thoughts on the elections and Scotland’s prospects as an economically successful independent nation. I’ll post as often as I can between now and May 6, so please keep sharing!
This week, here are some thoughts on the May election. Please feel free to share widely. You can either share this page or direct people to YouTube using this link: https://youtu.be/aXUizxV2VD0
Continuing a series of posts originally written through 2013/14 in the run-up to the first Independence Referendum. (First published as 96 Days, 13 June 2014) Sometimes an idea grips you in the guts and won’t let go. No amount of … Continue reading
Continuing a weekly series of posts originally written through 2013/14 in the run-up to the first Independence Referendum. (First published 14 February 2014) Writing this on the day when that most unlikely of Westminster triumvirates [George Osborne, Danny Alexander and … Continue reading
Continuing my series of ‘here’s one I made previously’ posts from 2013/14, this one considered the importance of acknowledging that support for independence is far from a wholly rational matter. (First published 31 January 2014) Much of the work I … Continue reading
Between March 2013 and September 2014 I wrote a number of blog posts in support of independence. It was an eighteen-month examination of my own very personal thoughts and feelings on the subject, culminating in the first referendum. Eight years … Continue reading