IndyRef2

Total 58 Posts

Scotland – The end of the roller coaster.

5 min read
It’s crunch time this week with the publication of the report of the Holyrood committee inquiry into the botched Scottish Government investigation into the complaints made against Alex Salmond.

Why has nationalist support fallen?

11 min read
As the Salmond Inquiry row fires up again, Sir John Curtice’s latest analysis on the role it and other considerations (such as Brexit and coronavirus) may have (or have not) played in the fall in SNP support for the 2021 Scottish Elections and the Yes in IndyRef2.

Has the constitutional wind changed direction?

6 min read
How might we account for the recent erosion of support for Scottish independence?

Here’s to Scottish Independence.

7 min read
Once the present pandemic abates, Britain will face a new crisis, a battle for its very survival.

Brexit, one year on. Where are we now?

9 min read
The UK’s departure from the EU has just marked its first birthday. Yet Brexit as a process is one which is likely to prove a neverending cycle of rapprochements, spats, agreements and renewal of those agreements.

New year, new polling.

7 min read
There continues to be majority support for independence in Scotland whilst the SNP are sufficiently ahead in polls that they would be expected to win an overall majority at Holyrood.

Johnson’s deal puts rocket boosters under arguments for independence.

5 min read
All that the Conservatives with their Brexit obsession have done is to put rocket boosters under the Scottish Independence cause.
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