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Eric Carbis @easyonthebrain
Married, working needing independence for Scotland & more now than ever
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We need your support. Having reviewed our progress and achievements to date, and evaluating actions that need to be put in place to secure our future, we’re reminded of the risks of having such a small production team. We need to address this now as this is a real barrier to growth, and we are entering into IndyRef2 territory soon – it’ll be all hands on deck.
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Some of you reading this will have heard of The Hub - perhaps even used it - however a lot of people will be unfamiliar of what it is and why you should be using it. Put simply - The Hub is a social media platform, dedicated to Scottish Independence.… Continue Reading Campaigning With The Hub
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I've been saying this for a while. Scotland can hold referenda on a variety of issues. Holding a referendum isn't reserved.
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@Murchie I think all the indy minded parties in Scotland need to put their differences aside & get a Scottish Indy Forum going so they can guide the majority of voters who will be clueless about new parties or even the reason behind vote 1 & 2. The Scottish public need educated and times running out
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@easyonthebrain Keir keeps saying people tell him they don't want a referendum, but I wonder who these people are? Ian Murray?

The only way to be sure is to get an independence parties majority in the next election as proof Scotland is ready for that referendum.
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@Murchie Aye that is the reason but times running out, Scottish Independence is on the way. As a load of others say #TickTock #IndyRef2021
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@easyonthebrain He wants to save his seat in Westminster. He knows if we became independent he'd be finished as a politician
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Community Ownership - Shaping the Future of our Towns.
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The UK government's claim that Scotland is receiving £375 million of "additional" business support is false.
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22 January is a very important day, and all 5 million Scots need to know it.The Edinburgh Yes Hub is working with others like Scottish CND, to make sure everyone knows that this is the day the BOMB IS BANNED. Stewart Bremner has designed us great images and we are infiltrating cities with posters and projections and billboard trailers with our good news. Plenty ops for photos and social media...
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22 January is a very important day, and all 5 million Scots need to know it.The Edinburgh Yes Hub is working with others like Scottish CND, to make sure everyone knows that this is the day the BOMB IS BANNED. Stewart Bremner has designed us great images and we are infiltrating cities with posters and projections and billboard trailers with our good news. Plenty ops for photos and social media...
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+ScotNational Another unionist shill gone & forgotten. Labour in Scotland have a dearth of talent to select from. If they don’t want to continue on their route to political death, they’d better register as a Scottish party & get on board with helping Scotland gain her independence & fast. I don’t think they will somehow???
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Clear majority in favour of independence in the first poll of 2021.

Yes 57%
No 43%
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Clear majority in favour of independence in the first poll of 2021.

Yes 57%
No 43%
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@Murchie I honestly wish that the people writing the article would ask the likes of Ian Murray to justify where he gets his facts from relating to allegedly Scots not wanting another referendum when quite clearly journalists are quite aware of the last 15 or so polls in favour of indyref2. Where did it ever say the incredibly puerile ‘once in a generation’ rubbish they keep coming out with?? Especially when Northern Ireland can have a reunification referendum every 7 yrs if they do wish. Frustrating
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As Scotland is seeking its independence from the rest of the UK, Richard discusses his thoughts on whether they will need their own currency to survive.

Richard Murphy is a chartered accountant. After training with what is now KPMG he established his a firm of accountants in London, of which he was subsequently...
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Currency is a topic often debated when considering Scottish independence. This article does not discuss what currency option would be best but instead considers the experience of other nations creating a new currency. Therefore, we answer the questions many undecided voters have: Would Scotland be able to create its own currency? How difficult would that […]The post How would an independent...
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