Monday, 22 January 2018 23:49

A journey to yes

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Nina and Craig say Yes. North-East England voted emphatically to leave the European Union despite being a region that benefits most from EU trade and funding. The Brexit vote also triggered a rise in anti-immigrant attitudes and rethink for specialist nurses Nina and Craig about where to spend their future. Nina, a Danish EU National, and Craig were deeply impressed by the Scotland's pro-EU values and they decided to move north. Nina and Craig reflect on the damaging impact of Brexit on the NHS, the 'Great British' brand, anti-English Scots and why Scotland must now break free of the union to remain a prosperous, open and independent nation in the EU. 20th in a series.

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Supporting Independent Scottish Media

With all the goings on just now with the BBC and alleged copyrighted videos being the cause of the removal of a couple of independence supporter's accounts on youtube. I wonder what , or who is next? So it is important to show support for the Scottish independent media.

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Wings Over Scotland

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The world's most-read Scottish politics website

SCOT goes POP!

10 December 2019

A pro-independence blog by James Kelly - voted one of Scotland's top 10 political websites.

Wee Ginger Dug

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Biting the hand of Project Fear

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