If the only future Westminster can offer is the chaos of an extreme Brexit, more and more people will come to the conclusion that Scotland’s future is best served as an independent country.
We’re preparing for potential European Parliament elections later this year, and we’re not losing sight of the really big campaign ahead – the campaign for independence.
I wish I could say that I settled down and enjoyed Question Time this week but that quite simply would not be true. When I saw two Tories, David Davis MP and Nicky Morgan MP, on one panel I just switched off.
We are getting to the crunch point of what my colleague and friend Michael Russell calls the “Brexit bourach”.
Keith Brown has written to Tony Hall, Director-General of the BBC, expressing serious concerns about BBC Brexit debate
We must strive for better than Theresa May’s frying pan of a bad deal or the fire of a no-deal offering.
Nothing demonstrates the necessity, the beauty, the sheer potential of peace, than its absence.
Many thousands of ordinary men and women in the cities, towns and villages of Scotland now convinced of the need for independence – and not the tiny cabal currently working in the distant Tory tunnel will decide Scotland’s future.
I was encouraged this week to hear from Sky News about their plans to set up an independent commission to oversee Leaders Debates in future General Elections.
The SNP Day of Action on Saturday 29 September will be a day to remember.
It hasn’t even been three months since the First Minister tasked me with building the case for independence but I’m pleased to say we’re already making progress.
As the first of three planned National Assemblies is held today in Ayr, independence is firmly on the agenda.
Make no mistake: with the Tories in turmoil over Brexit and Labour devoid of relevance and purpose in Scotland, we’re fired up and ready to go.
Depute Leader Keith Brown’s address to the SNP conference in Aberdeen. #ScotlandCan #SNP18