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Julie McAnulty

Sir David Amess

The first rule of politics is to turn up. More than anything people want your presence. They want you to be amongst them, to see what they see and feel what they feel. It’s one thing speaking on people’s behalf in a debating chamber, but the real rockface of politics is the politician’s constituency. House… Read More »Sir David Amess

ISP is Here to Stay

The following letter was published in The National. REFERRING to the letter on Sunday from Peter Barr, it is incorrect to say that the Independence for Scotland Party have thrown in our lot with the Alba Party. I am not aware of how the AFI intend to progress, but the ISP is definitely going forward… Read More »ISP is Here to Stay

Helping

There is No Alliance

We at ISP are still asked by some well meaning people online about why we don’t simply pack up and “work with” AFI, the Action For Independence party which previously set out and failed to set up an alliance of pro independence parties. “You need to sort it out and work together” we’re told. We… Read More »There is No Alliance

Haters

Conscience and the Hate Crime

Yesterday, 10th March 2021, marks the day that the leadership of the SNP declared war on at least 52% of the Scottish People, betraying women, girls and those who support those safe spaces guaranteed by the Equality Act (2010). This deeply sinister development is supported by the Green Party, who have been behind many attacks… Read More »Conscience and the Hate Crime

Patrick Harvie

The Greens and a Bargaining Chip

Yesterday the SNP rejected the idea of a plebiscite at their National Assembly. This was disappointing, but not surprising to us at ISP. We still haven’t heard a good argument against the proposal; as we have been at pains to explain, it is a legitimate, democratic, internationally recognised means of expressing the will of the… Read More »The Greens and a Bargaining Chip

Roddy McCuish

Roddy McCuish Joins the iSP

The Independence for Scotland Party (ISP) are pleased to announce that Roddy McCuish, depute provost of Argyll and Bute council has become a member of the party. Roddy McCuish said, ‘After talks with Colette Walker and others, I have decided that I am joining the ISP. I feel that they are the way forward for the… Read More »Roddy McCuish Joins the iSP