The ISP notes with interest the article that was published in the Sunday National today. We would like to point out that the headline is their opinion, which we do not agree with. On request and respect for George Kerevan we have taken the ad down relating to him. If we receive a request from Kenny MacAskill… Read More »Sunday National Article Response
The ISP are delighted to post this blogpost from Barrhead Boy in support forwomen.scot for their CrowdJustice appeal. These brave ladies are taking on the Scottish Government and some of the toughest lobbyists every seen in Scotland. Their fight for women’s rights is everybody’s fight. Please read and if you feel able, please support this… Read More »The Legal Fight Back in Scotland Begins
Derick recently joined the ISP and provides a detailed account of his thinking that made him consider such a difficult decision I joined the SNP in 1988 and left in 2020. The ISP are already providing a policy offer that neither the SNP nor the Greens are, and in that way potentially buttress and grow… Read More »A Personal Journey to the ISP
So what did you think of the six month review of the Coronavirus Act 2020 last week? You know, the one that happened on Wednesday at Westminster? If you didn’t know about it, you’re in good company. It had virtually no MSM coverage and the debate itself was a measly hour and a half long.… Read More »Execs, Laws and Liberty Takes
The whole Barrhead Boy interview with Dot Jessiman provides great (if frustrating) insight, but if you want to understand the state of the independence debate within the SNP NEC jump in at 32.50.
Find out what others are saying about the Independence for Scotland Party through the articles and interviews below: (Media organisations can make enquiries using [email protected]) The Scottish Parliament is a relatively young parliament and as such is still in many ways is finding its feet. Apparently designed to produce a more consensual, cross-party politics, it… Read More »ISP in the Media
‘Don’t call me Baroness!’ screamed the Baroness to be. Ruth Davidson at just 41 has been shunted off to the politician’s equivalent of the elephant’s graveyard; the House of Lords. Except in this graveyard the undead talk and wield power over the living. Understandably she was feeling a little tender about the whole experience and… Read More »The Baroness, the Privy Council and Scotland
We could have lined up with everyone else yesterday to condemn the Internal Market bill. We didn’t. There are enough column inches condemning this for what it is; a power grab on devolution and the reduction of Holyrood to the parish council that Tony Blair spoke about. It may feel good to vent, but it… Read More »ISP Statement on the Internal Market Bill