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Pensioners4Indy is a group of Pension age Scots, actively campaigning to help other pensioners to be informed about the benefits of Scottish Independence
 Joined June 2019    pensionersforindependence.scot
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Craig Dalzell and Bill Johnson talk to Glasgow Pensioners for Independence on the topic of Scotland’s ageing population. Topics include ageing well, pensioner poverty and pensions, older people as a national resource to be valued and much more. Bill and Craig share ideas from their book All of Our Futures which is available from the […]The post Scotland’s Ageing Population...
Possible answers to the question of who owns our ports might be the Scottish Government, the London Government, the Local Authority …. the Queen All reasonable guesses. Well maybe not the Queen! But all wrong. Our Ports are mostly owned by hedge funds and run for their benefit and profit. How did this sorry state […]The post Scotland’s Ports – Who Owns Them? appeared first...
Highlights from a visit to Arbroath for the AUOB March Marlene, member of our P4Indy National Group, writes: I was up in Arbroath at the weekend for the AUOB March. A friend and I went up on the Friday so we had all day Saturday to wander around, visit the Abbey, find the statue of […]The post In Arbroath for the Independence Rally… appeared first on Pensioners for Independence.
We March Again Under the One Banner Mary McCabe writes: All Under One Banner are on the go again. On March 5th 2,500 (or 3000 or 3,500 depending on who’s counting) pro-indy activists gathered once more; this time in Ferguslie Park Paisley. Nothing like the 100,000 who used to sweep through Glasgow and Edinburgh. Not in […]The post Back to the Streets…Paisley March appeared...
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Alf Baird was, prior to his retirement in 2016, Professor of Maritime Business and Director of the Maritime Research Group at Edinburgh Napier University.

He's written that

"Scotland's maritime transport infrastructure currently sits moribund, mostly useless, certainly visionless, squeezed between our own crumbling colonial-like legacies and Tory sponsored regulatory capture. Look at what remains of our long-since derelict and obsolete major city-ports on the Firths of Forth, Clyde and Tay, where most of the port infrastructure was built when Queen Victoria reigned."

And if you think that's outspoken wait till he gets going!
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Prof Alf Baird
This week’s First Ministers Questions had a couple of highly enjoyable moments. Oh not that the rest was dull, you understand, it wasn’t. Just really enjoyed these… All about pensions! Murdo Fraser isn’t the brightest MSP but, hey, he’s ours and we’d miss him lobbing easy ones like this over to the FM Why did […]The post Snippets from FMQs this week appeared first on Pensioners for...
This week’s First Ministers Questions had a couple of highly enjoyable moments. Oh not that the rest was dull, you understand, it wasn’t. Just really enjoyed these… All about pensions! Murdo Fraser isn’t the brightest MSP but, hey, he’s ours and we’d miss him lobbing easy ones like this over to the FM Why did […]The post Snippets from FMQs this week...
If you’re a regular reader of our blog, you’ll know that Mary McCabe of Glasgow P4Indy group is one of our most active members and no mean writer herself. Here’s a taste of what she’s been up to: From Mary McCabe: Last night I was the guest speaker at the Carse of Gowrie SNP Branch […]The post Update from Mary McCabe…. appeared first on Pensioners for...
Allan Armstrong is a founding member of RIC, the Radical Independence Campaign. RIC were very active in the 2014 campaign. Membership fell away after that as people became involved in other issues. But the core group remained and is now attracting more members, old and new. Allan joined our Greater Glasgow Group online meeting to […]The post Another Scotland Is Possible appeared first on...
Despite the rain the Greater Glasgow Group of Pensioners for Indy managed to make our presence felt at yesterday’s gi-normous COP 26 demonstration.  Mary McCabe writes: All the pro-indy groups, led by All Under One Banner, were allocated a gathering point up the hill in Kelvingrove Park out of sight of the main march in […]The post COP26 March: A Day for the History Books...
From Marlene Halliday, of our Glasgow Group: Is the climate emergency more important than Scotland becoming independence? Yes. The planet is in no danger but we are. Humanity needs to support the planet, or we’ll find that our planet is no longer supporting us. The climate emergency has always been one of my main reasons […]The post Focussing on Climate Emergency appeared first on...
It was stormy in Argyle Street this week, but was that going to stop Glasgow Pensioners4Indy? Nah! Need an anchor? Use a street bench! And hang on to the poles.. Here’s a report from the campaigning frontline by Mary McCabe: Six of us turned up for today’s Tuesday stall  in drizzly rain and a force […]The post A Stormy Glasgow Day appeared first on Pensioners for...
Our Greater Glasgow Group invited Mike Russell, former MSP and Cabinet Secretary, to their October online meeting. Having retired from Holyrood in May this year, Mike is focussing on his job of SNP President and his recent appointment as political director of the SNP Independence Unit. He began with some reflections on the murder of […]The post Mike Russell: Path to Independence appeared...
Michael Russell was Cabinet Secretary for the Constitution, Europe & External Affairs and the Scottish Government's frontline man during the Brexit negotiations. He is now SNP President and political director at the SNP's independence unit and he'll be talking about what he is doing now within the SNP to further that aim.
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Michael Russell
The Climate Emergency is upon us… Glasgow is set to be the focus of world attention in just three weeks when the UN COP26 Climate Meeting begins. This year we have seen severely damaging floods in Germany. In California and Canadian forests have been ablaze. Droughts are more frequent and lasting longer. It is chilling […]The post COP26 Begins in Just Three Weeks appeared first on...
This month, Glasgow Pensioners for Indy group invited Roger Mullin to their online meeting. Roger Mullin is a long-standing campaigner for Scottish independence. He was MP for Kirkcaldy & Cowdenbeath the seat formerly held by one Gordon Brown. Between 2015-2017 Roger was the Westminster Treasury Spokesman for SNP. He was also the first UK Parliamentarian to enter […]The post...
A couple of months back we let you see some photos of the Glasgow Group’s Indy Trailer under construction. When it was completed we took it out for a trial run: And now the first of our banners are in place and we’re ready to take it on the campaign trail. Our thanks go to […]The post Indy Trailer: We’re On The Road! appeared first on Pensioners for Independence.
Now that Covid restrictions have been eased, Pensioners for Indy have been getting out and about again and were there in force for the Believe in Scotland Sept 18th Day of Action last Saturday. Here’s what been going on…. Edinburgh & Lothians group The stall was set out on Saturday and had a visit from […]The post Day of Action & Local Groups’ Round-Up appeared...
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