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THE REASONS

Whenever people look at and consider the issues, it becomes clear to them that Scotland can, should and must become an independent country.

  • Photo of Joy Johnston with her children

    Supporting families through affordable childcare

     

  • Photo of Ivan McKee

    Unleashing Scotland's great economic potential

  • Photo of Carole Inglis

    A Parliament that cares for Scottish Business

  • Photo of Elysee Sheikh

    Keeping university tuition fees free

  • Photo of Pamela Thornton and Jessie Waddell

    A retirement worth working for

  • Photo of Scott Baxter

    A fair and caring Scotland for all

  • Comic illustration of 'Westminster removal' van taking the Panda's away from Edinburgh Zoo following a Yes vote

    The 10 daftest scare stories from the No campaign

  • Photo of Francesca Lacaita

    Scotland stronger in Europe

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    An Englishman's view of our continuing social union

  • Photo of Iain Docherty

    A wealthy and inclusive society

  • Photo of Mary Cullens

    Protecting Scotland's NHS

  • Illustration of what a typical Scottish community might be like in 2020 post Yes vote

    How will an independent Scotland look in six years?

  • Photo of Heather Anderson

    One of Europe's most powerful green economies

  • Photo of Bob Holman

    Scotland can do so much better

  • Photo of Professor Murray Pittock

    The Scottish Parliament's proven track record

  • Photo of Ivan McKee

    Unleashing Scotland's great economic potential

  • Photo of Elysee Sheikh

    Keeping university tuition fees free

  • Photo of Scott Baxter

    A fair and caring Scotland for all

  • Comic illustration of 'Westminster removal' van taking the Panda's away from Edinburgh Zoo following a Yes vote

    The 10 daftest scare stories from the No campaign

  • Photo of Francesca Lacaita

    Scotland stronger in Europe

  • Photo of Chris Jones

    An Englishman's view of our continuing social union

  • Photo of Iain Docherty

    A wealthy and inclusive society

  • Photo of Mary Cullens

    Protecting Scotland's NHS

  • Illustration of what a typical Scottish community might be like in 2020 post Yes vote

    How will an independent Scotland look in six years?

  • Photo of Heather Anderson

    One of Europe's most powerful green economies

  • Photo of Bob Holman

    Scotland can do so much better

  • Photo of Professor Murray Pittock

    The Scottish Parliament's proven track record

  • Photo of Joy Johnston with her children

    Supporting families through affordable childcare

     

  • Photo of Ivan McKee

    Unleashing Scotland's great economic potential

  • Photo of Carole Inglis

    A Parliament that cares for Scottish Business

  • Photo of Elysee Sheikh

    Keeping university tuition fees free

  • Photo of Pamela Thornton and Jessie Waddell

    A retirement worth working for

  • Photo of Scott Baxter

    A fair and caring Scotland for all

  • Comic illustration of 'Westminster removal' van taking the Panda's away from Edinburgh Zoo following a Yes vote

    The 10 daftest scare stories from the No campaign

  • Photo of Francesca Lacaita

    Scotland stronger in Europe

  • Photo of Chris Jones

    An Englishman's view of our continuing social union

  • Photo of Iain Docherty

    A wealthy and inclusive society

  • Photo of Mary Cullens

    Protecting Scotland's NHS

  • Illustration of what a typical Scottish community might be like in 2020 post Yes vote

    How will an independent Scotland look in six years?

  • Photo of Heather Anderson

    One of Europe's most powerful green economies

  • Photo of Bob Holman

    Scotland can do so much better

  • Photo of Professor Murray Pittock

    The Scottish Parliament's proven track record

  • Photo of Ivan McKee

    Unleashing Scotland's great economic potential

  • Photo of Carole Inglis

    A Parliament that cares for Scottish Business

  • Photo of Pamela Thornton and Jessie Waddell

    A retirement worth working for

  • Photo of Chris Jones

    An Englishman's view of our continuing social union

  • Illustration of what a typical Scottish community might be like in 2020 post Yes vote

    How will an independent Scotland look in six years?

  • Photo of Bob Holman

    Scotland can do so much better

  • Photo of Professor Murray Pittock

    The Scottish Parliament's proven track record

Yes Movement

The Reality

Infographic image showing just how diverse and robust the Scottish economy is

The Choice

-Financial Times, February 3rd 2014-
"An independent Scotland could expect to start with healthier state finances than the rest of the UK"
-Sunday Herald, May 4th, 2014-
"It’s time to think once again. And to think for ourselves"
-Standard and Poor’s, global credit rating agency-
“Even excluding North Sea output ....Scotland would qualify for our highest economic assessment”
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Take Action

People from across the country, not to mention from across the world, are talking about the referendum and what independence will mean for Scotland. You can take action right now to make sure that you are registered to vote, that you get your questions answered and join in the debate.

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REGISTER TO VOTE

To make sure you are able to have your say in the most important democratic decision in Scotland's history, make sure you are registered to vote before September 2nd.

Get your questions answered

The Scottish Government has published Scotland’s Future, a guide to an independent Scotland including a details Question and Answer section.

Join In - Find an Event near you

Across the country people are getting together to discuss what a Yes vote will mean for them. Discover events in your area.

YES News

Keep up to date with the latest from Yes Scotland and the campaign trail.

27 Jul 2014

William McIvanney, one of Scotland's most celebrated literary talents, and top English comedian Frank Skinner have each voiced their support for a Yes vote in September's independence referendum.

28 Jul 2014

By Fearghas Kelly

On September 18, young people in Scotland will be given the opportunity to create a fairer, more successful country with opportunities for all.

Young people have a lot to gain from independence. With our...

28 Jul 2014

Commenting on a report in the Herald newspaper where Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael indicates that the UK Government’s priority would be to strengthen its presence in Scotland, the Yes Scotland campaign said that this 'undermines' claims...

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