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The Conservatives who would like a court ruling that Holyrood cannot hold an independence referendum without the Prime Minister’s permission should be very careful – the anger that this would create in Scotland would lead to a boost in support for independence.
This is the first in a series of articles looking at the topics which will dominate the coming independence referendum campaign. These pieces are aimed at undecided voters and soft no voters. In this first piece I look at why Scotland is justified in seeking another independence referendum.
The two big constitutional questions of the age have caused complicated divisions that help explain party support — Here’s how Brexit and independence referendums split voters into four tribes.
Scottish election: Alex Salmond’s Alba gamble could yet tip scales on second independence referendum.6 min read
There is everything to play for as Scotland counts down to the vital election of May 6. As the UK slowly emerges from the coronavirus pandemic, a constitutional clash between supporters of Scottish independence and Boris Johnson’s UK government looks likely.
Is the UK Government trying to suppress academic research when it strongly suggests that an independent Scotland would be economically successful?
Can the Conservatives continue to block another Scottish referendum after the people of Scotland have listened to their arguments against it and decided to vote to have one anyway?