Scotland: Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. Although Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, Edinburgh is the capital city.

Results for Scotland

  • Vote YES to Scottish independence and end the union

    Group for folks that want to see Scotland, their country, independent. This is a YES-only forum and all BritNat trolls will be ejected.

  • Vulnerable hit by Tories

    SOCIAL security spend in Scotland will be cut by nearly £4 billion each year by the end of this decade – with women, disabled and young people bearing the brunt of the punitive mea...
    Category: news

  • We are the 45%

    We are the 45% Group’ stands for Yes voters who felt Scotland had a chance for independence and for No voters who feel their chance was taken away.

  • We support an SNP government

    This is a group that has several functions: 1. To promote the SNP, and help grow/retain power in Holyrood until we gain our independence. But that support will not be unconditio...

  • Why be against Scottish Independence?

    One of the most heard reasons why people are thinking about voting NO at Scotland's next Referendum for Independence is that they would like to leave everything as it is.
    Category: articles

  • Why support Scottish Independence?

    There are plenty of reasons why you should vote YES at Scotland's next Referendum for Independence. After all it's very fulfilling, enjoyable and rewarding to support a positive ca...
    Category: articles

  • Wings over Scotland

    Wings Over Scotland is a (mainly) Scottish political media digest and monitor, which also offers its own commentary.

  • Wings over Scotland: High on their own supply

    The doom-and-gloom front-page headline of the Herald today refers to a new report from the Nuffield Trust called “Learning From NHS Scotland”. Its 61 pages contain precisely one me...

  • Winners and Losers after Scottish Referendum

    55.3% of the voters do not want Scotland to become an Independent Nation. Scotland's referendum for Scottish Independence has passed and the votes have been counted. Who will be th...
    Category: articles

  • Women for Independence

    We are an open and diverse network of women who aim to improve the representation of women in public and political life throughout Scotland.