Sunday, 03 June 2018 20:15

The Growth Commission Report

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In 2016 First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced a Growth Commission to look at the issues that face Scotland’s economy and the opportunities we can seize with independence.

The Commission has now published its final report - kicking off a new debate based on hope and ambition about the future of Scotland, rather than on the despair of Brexit. You can read the report in full here.

Introduction

Part A

Part B

Part C

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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.

Below are RSS Feeds to some of the top websites. You can add them to your own Rss Feed Reader, or subscribe to their website for updates etc..

Wings Over Scotland

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The world's most-read Scottish politics website
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  • The new order
    This video is 20 minutes long, and most of you won’t watch it all the way through. But you...
  • Hail to the chief

SCOT goes POP!

27 May 2019

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

Wee Ginger Dug

27 May 2019

Biting the hand of Project Fear

Random Public Journal

27 May 2019

News, opinion and analysis on the things that matter to you.
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    So now let us ask: What will throwing a milkshake at Farage achieve? Well, Nigel Farage – the...
  • Criticism and Negativity
    Yet, the fact remains that the politics of independence is a national movement locked in an...
  • Two Scottish Independences
    Aware of this lack, the SNP is preparing not only to win the ideological war with the British...
  • What Working-Class?
    Now when I listen to Leonard and Sweeney and Co. prattling on about the working-class it means...
  • Update on Scotland’s Future
    Given that Westminster is not in Scotland’s bests interests and that devolution, as it is, is not...
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