Referendum Resources

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Useful Links

 

On 18th September 2014, all British and EU citizens resident in Scotland aged 16 or over will have a chance to vote on whether or not Scotland should become an independent country. Most of Glasgow’s students will be eligible for a vote, so whether you’re already staunchly Yes, convinced that we’re Better Together, or totally clueless about the whole thing, we’ve collected links to some useful resources to help you research the arguments for and against an independent Scotland.

 

Basic Information

 

UK National Statistics – Scotland

The White Paper on Independence

Scottish Government Site for Independence

 

The Yes Campaign

 

Yes Scotland

Wings Over Scotland – Pro indy blog

National Collective – Organisation of artists and creatives for Scottish independence

Bella Caledonia – Perhaps more zine than blog, interesting articles on Scotland and Indy

Wealthy Nation – Pro indy from the right

 

Better Together

 

Better Together

Open Unionism – Unionist blog with several regular contributors

Ian S Smart –Blog of lawyer, Labour Party member, and controversial unionist Ian S Smart

Notes From North Britain – A pro-union blog written by Adam Tomkins, prof of Public Law at Glasgow

 

Interesting Articles and Interviews

 

Alex Salmond interviewed on social and fiscal union on Channel 4 News

 

The need for a positive case for no, from Henry McLeish

 

The Question of Currency

 

Alex Salmond speaking on currency union and independence, from STV

 

Informative and reasonably balanced article in Notes From Northern Britain on the currency question

 

A view on Labour’s stance, and the potential of ‘bullying and bluffing’: Ian Bell in the Herald

 

The Guardian: Alex Salmond under pressure to produce alternative currency plans

 

 

We hope to add to this list regularly. If there’s anything else you would like to see here, including links to interesting articles or videos, please get in touch by leaving a comment, or by emailing [email protected]

 

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