As The Sun comments – “there surely must come a point when those trying to save the UK realise they are alienating Scots by continually making threatening, offensive and downright daft claims."
“Digital Rights Are Civil Rights” is the latest policy proposals from the Green Yes campaign, highlighting the opportunities of independence.
An independent Scotland can “mimic the soft power credentials” of other small nations to create a more “ethical” policy. Writing in today’s Herald, Matthew Vickery, a journalist based in the West Bank Palestinian territory says if Scots continue with the UK, then we miss the chance of “building a more just form of [global] interaction”.
The Trussell Trust has given out over 900,000 emergency food parcels in the last year in the UK – and when independent food banks are added in, the total is well over 1 million. As the Mirror explains, 330,000 of Trussell Trust parcels went to children – despite the fact we have more millionaires than ever before.
Yes Scotland published new findings from an opinion poll commissioned by the pro-independence campaign and conducted by Panelbase. The poll was sampled among 1,024 people aged 16+ in Scotland, from 4-9 April, and is the most recent poll.
Individual members of various trade unions talking about the role of Trade Unions in the referendum debate and how it affects workers.