Independent Scotland

We're trying to bring together all the resource on the web on topics like Independence, Devolution, Austerity, the Referendum and Elections. You can participate by posting news, links, blogs and tell us about the events happening in your area.

Critical mass reached for an Independent Scotland

Almost 45% voted YES to Scottish Independence at the Referendum in 2014. This critical mass is paving the way for an Independent Scotland in a foreseeable future.

On top of that 73% of the visitors who participated in our survey have said YES in favour of moving powers from the UK Government to the Scottish Parliament.

Below are the results from our survey filled in by more than 150,000 visitors.


73 YES for moving more powers to Scottish Parliament


21 NO for moving more powers to Scottish Parliament

Why Vote Yes?   Why Vote No?

  Celebrities supporting Scottish Independence

The following Scottish Celebrities and C-listers support an Independent Scotland:

Frankie Boyle, comedian
source: Scottish Sun

Gerard Butler, actor
source: Scottish Sun

Sir Sean Connery, actor
source: BBC

James Cosmo, actor
source: YouTube

Robbie Coltrane, actor
source: Scottish Sun

Brian Cox, actor
source: YouTube

Alan Cumming, actor
source: YouTube

Annie Lennox, singer
source: Scotsman

Peter Mullan, actor
source: Metro

Charlie and Craig Reid, The Proclaimers
source: Yes Scotland

more Celebrities supporting Independence

  Our Statistics

Below are the statistics of our website in the run up till the Referendum in 2014
(1st January 2014 - 18th September 2014)

Visitors filled in the IV-i survey
Visitors submitted the IV-i survey anonymously
73% said YES
to move powers from Westminster to the Scottish Parliament, based on the IV-i survey

Shares on Social Media (from August)
Clicks from Social Media (from August)

Thank you for your support on

We had an opportunity to take our destiny into our own hands on September 18th 2014. 55% of the electorate chose not to following months of fear tactics by Westminster, the Establishment and the shameful bias of the Media.

We believe Scotland lost an opportunity to set in motion a new age of Enlightenment; not just as patriots of Scotland, but as patriots of the cause for a democratic, socially just, and an Enlightened society. A society where education and health care are an essential and equal right to all, not simply for those than can afford it.

The Group believes in the ancient principle that in Scotland, the people are sovereign. Monarchs and parliaments are the servants of the people. Profit is okay, but not greed; reward is fine, but not avarice; trade is obviously essential, but exploitation is not. We believe we could have stood alongside our neighbours in these islands as United Kingdoms, in synergy and strength, in friendship and common values.

There is growing social antagonism towards financial institutions and multi-nationals. People don't rail against successful corporations - they rail against corporations which put profit ahead of people; growth ahead of of society and communities; technology and production ahead of the natural world; market domination ahead of compassion for humankind. None of this is right and good, and these organisations are on borrowed time, as are we all unless we have a game changing structure to Governance. The greedy and the deluded have traditionally been able to persist with unethical irresponsible behaviour because there's been nothing much stopping them.

We accept the result of the referendum in September 2014, however the whole process has given birth to a movement that we believe will one day soon move Scotland to becoming a new and proud nation, with a people united in the the belief that there is a better way. We have all the ingredients of a very successful country in absolutely every sense of the word, all we need now is the will and determination of the Scottish people to achieve this.

The Group seeks to nurture and develop that will, to share ideas, to identify state bias and injustice under the staus quo. J.P. Atsma and Gavin Mitchell

J.P. Atsma and Gavin Mitchell


This site is not about creating a divide between people.
This site is not about nationalism.
This site is about deciding what is best for Scotland.