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A new initiative that aims to answer the questions people have about Scottish independence in a fair and easy to understand format
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  Last Saturday more than 1,000 Yes activists reached out to their local communities to put the case for independence in a way that connected with those who have not yet made up their minds on the most important issue facing Scotland. Hundreds of thousands of voters were engaged through street stalls, mass leaflet drops, […]The post Believe in Scotland responds to the Herald’s...
  On Saturday 18th September 2021, 112 Yes groups from all over Scotland actively participated in Believe in Scotland’s National Day of Action for Scottish independence. This gallery contains over 150 images taken by activists over the course of the day, be sure to check it out and share it with everyone. If you have […]The post National Day of Action Gallery appeared first on...
  ‘’It’s great to see something happening again, something which shows support for independence,’’ said some visitors to the Pensioners for independence street stall at Ayr’s Wallace Tower on Saturday. The stall was just one of more than 110 activities taking place all over the country during Believe in Scotland’s Day of Action for independence, […]The post Yes movement...
  Months of preparation and planning come to fruition tomorrow when Believe in Scotland’s Day of Action for Independence will see the biggest co-ordinated Yes campaign for years take place all over the country. A total of 110 Yes groups stand ready to stage a huge range of events to kickstart an Autumn of Indy […]The post Tomorrow is the big Day of Action for Indy … the Yes...
Believe in Scotland has launched a regional network of Facebook pages as part of our ‘Autumn of Indy Action’. The aim of these pages is to support local Yes groups by giving them an additional platform to share Indy news, content and events to a wider audience. As these pages grow they will become a […]The post Believe in Scotland – Regional Pages appeared first on Believe...
  First Minister Nicola Sturgeon yesterday listed the Westminster tricks which will be used in the run up to indyref2 to hoodwink Scotland into believing that independence would not work. In her speech at the final day of the SNP conference she urged activist to resists the Westminster tricks ‘’with all we’ve got’’. Here are […]The post Westminster lies about independence and...
  Scotland’s role in the upcoming COP26 conference in Glasgow has been strengthened by the backlash to reports that the UK government was working to sideline First Minister Nicola Sturgeon at the event. Messages have been leaked from advisers from No 10 and the Westminster Cabinet Office outlining their plan to downplay Ms Sturgeon’s role […]The post Scotland emerges stronger...
  The date of the Believe in Scotland mass Day of Action for Independence has been revealed as Saturday, September 18. More than 85 Yes groups from all over Scotland have already signed up to take part and ‘’fire the starting gun on a major coordinated grassroots independence campaign ‘’ that will run until indyref […]The post Believe in Scotland Day of Indy Action set for...
  The Yes movement is preparing for the biggest campaigning effort to boost support for independence in more than a year just as Westminster is about to impose the most severe cut to families’ welfare benefit since the second world war. The Believe in Scotland Day of Action will take place as soon as the […]The post Indy Day of Action plans come together as families face UK...
  A new exhibition opens today to commemorate the most iconic document in Scotland’s history and one which played a key role in the country’s struggle for independence in the 14th century. The exhibition is part of the Declaration of Arbroath 700th anniversary celebrations which were delayed by a year because of the Covid pandemic. […]The post Five things you need to know about...
  The eyes of the world will be on Scotland when one of the most important conferences in history takes place in Glasgow at the beginning of November. COP 26 looks likely to be the biggest major international discussion on climate change before the door closes forever on reversing some of its worst effects. The […]The post The major climate change conference which puts Scotland on...
  Scotland stands ready do everything it can to support refugees from Afghanistan as the Taliban seizes control and the country sinks into chaos. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said Scotland is willing to accept refugees fleeing the country and has urged the UK government to step up in offering support. Desperate scenes at Kabul […]The post Scotland ready to welcome Afghan refugees...
  Yesterday, the Scottish Government released new figures highlighting that the number of Scottish domiciled students that have been offered a place at a university in Scotland is at a record high. Indeed, this year, the figure has risen 10% to 31,070. Furthermore, UCAS data has suggested that the number of acceptances from the 20% […]The post Brexit is the biggest threat to...
  SCOTLAND is serving as a leading example of how to switch power generation to renewable energy as the world’s largest ever report into climate change this morning delivered a stark wake up call. The climate change report was released this morning by an intergovernmental UN Panel. It has been described as a ‘’massive wake-up’’ […]The post Scotland leads renewables role in...
  At the end of a week which saw the Prime Minister and the UK Labour leader stage disastrous visits to Scotland it’s safe to say the prospect of independence has never shone brighter. Just imagine how much more Scotland could achieve without being held back by politicians who simply dismiss our ambitions for the […]The post Arrogant visits by Johnson and Starmer boost the case for...
  Establishing its own foreign policy will be one of the most important tasks facing an independent Scotland after a Yes vote. Discussions are already taking place on what that foreign policy would look like. Now Scotland’s foreign policy footprint will be debated later this month at the Beyond Borders International Festival of Literature and […]The post How Scotland’s foreign...
  Almost 90% of those who responded to a recent Believe in Scotland survey have noticed more empty shelves in shops and supermarkets. A total of 89.3% had noticed shortages, compared to 6% who had noticed no difference and 4.7% who were unsure. When asked about the shortage of lorry drivers, 93.3% thought that Brexit […]The post BiS survey confirms widespread food shortages appeared...
  SCOTLAND’S reputation as a pioneer in the development of marine power was given a boost today as a tidal-powered turbine hailed as the most powerful in the world started to generate electricity. It’s yet another example of how Scotland’s abundant green energy resources give it the potential to prosper as an independent country. Here […]The post Scotland celebrates role as...
  For over a year now, countries across the world have faced the greatest health crisis in living memory. As a result, governments worldwide have introduced a number of extraordinary measures, including business closures, social distancing, and travel bans. However, alongside these public health interventions, has come increased social support. Therefore, this article sets out […]The...
  Deprivation is a useful measure to identify areas of the country that are experiencing significant disadvantage. The Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) uses statistics on income, employment, health, education, access to services, crime and housing to calculate the level of deprivation across all regions of Scotland. Last year, levels of deprivation fell in […]The post...
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