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Yes For EU +YesForEU
Scottish pro-EU activists campaigning cross-party for an independent Scotland with full EU membership
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Joanna Cherry QC, MP and Professor Stephen Gethins will each speak on different aspects of Scottish independence.
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Joanna Cherry QC, MP and Professor Stephen Gethins
We are planning a display of flags representing each of the 27 EU countries, plus the Scottish saltire - outside the Scottish Parliament. 🇪🇺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇮🇪🇦🇹🇧🇪🇩🇰🇩🇪🇨🇿🇪🇪🇪🇸🇫🇮🇫🇷🇬🇷🇭🇷🇭🇺🇮🇹🇱🇺🇱🇹🇱🇻🇵🇱🇵🇹🇷🇴🇸🇪🇸🇮🇸🇰🇧🇬🇨🇾
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To celebrate Europe Day, Anthony Salamone will provide valuable insights into where independent Scotland's foreign policy interests lie.
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Co-leader of the Scottish Greens, Lorna Slater will answer your questions.
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SNP candidate Catriona MacDonald and Scottish LibDem candidate, Fred Mackintosh QC will answer constituents' questions
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Webinar: Alex Cole-Hamilton MSP (Scottish LibDem) and Sarah Masson (SNP) will answer constituents' questions.
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Alex Cole-Hamilton MSP (Scottish LibDem) and Sarah Masson (SNP)
Join us for an evening of music, quizzes, poetry and fun as we celebrate our pro-EU, pro-Indy actions one year on. All welcome!
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Angus Robertson has been selected as the candidate for Edinburgh Central. Can he take this seat from the Tories?
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Dr Kirsty Hughes will examine urgent questions about what an independent Scotland’s accession process to the EU might look like.
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Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp will explain how Scotland can thrive economically as a small independent country.
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EUROPA TODAY by Fabio Peterlongo 05 October 2020 British businesses no longer fear Scotland’s independence. This is what emerges from a poll published by the London Times on 2 October. As many as 54% of business executives surveyed suggested that the separation of Scotland from the UK would not “create problems”, while only 22% consider it a risk factor from...
This post is based on an analysis by Professor Nicola McEwen, Centre on Constitutional Change: The Internal Market Bill: implications for devolution The Internal Market Bill not only breaks the internationally recognised EU Withdrawal Agreement, it is also a direct attack on devolution. In its current form, the Bill suggests a significant recentralisation of power. Read More
Having grown up in Fife, Scotland has been my home again since 2000, after spending half my adult life south of the border. I still have many ties with family and friends ‘down south’. I was initially sceptical about independence back in 2014, but I engaged with the evidence and debate during the campaign and Read More
I moved to Scotland in 2018, in the hope that Scotland would find a way of keeping us in the European Union… I am a retired agricultural scientist and spent more than 30 years working with smallholder, subsistence farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. I’ve seen at first hand the devastation that climate change Read More
A personal journey towards Scottish Independence: Hi, my name is Élise. I was born in France and have lived in Scotland since 1996. I arrived in Edinburgh by chance but moving to the UK was intentional: in France, I had developed a love of the English language, of British culture, traditions, institutions and society and Read More
Hi, my name is Lesley. I grew up in Musselburgh, went to University in Aberdeen, did a PhD in Edinburgh, moved to Fife to work at St Andrews University and while still living in Fife, moved back to Edinburgh University where I have worked for over 20 years. Although I have (mostly) lived and worked Read More
Kirsty Hughes| 6 March 2020 This is a joint SCER-University College London European Institute Policy Paper. It has been written in the context of the research and policy engagement project “Small states in the EU, lessons from Scotland”, led by the Scottish Centre on European Relations’ 2019-2020 in collaboration with the University College London European Read More
Even if the European Union and the United Kingdom conclude a highly ambitious partnership covering all areas agreed in the Political Declaration by the end of 2020, the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the EU acquis, the internal market and the Customs Union, at the end of the transition period will inevitably create barriers to trade Read More
The UK is seeking a trade deal with the USA which is likely to lead to divergence from the EU’s standards.
This is a Zoom webinar. Zoom login details will be sent out before the event starts.
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Prof. Allyson Pollock, Jim Fairlie, Lorna Slater
Scotland flag - the saltire Made In Scotland. For Scotland.
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