Launch of the Sovereignty Manifesto for the UK General Election 2024

Sovereignty’s manifesto for the 2024 UK General Election is different, and indeed it must be different, for Sovereignty has as its central aim the restoration of fully sovereign self-government for Scotland, not salvaging a flailing United Kingdom or rejoining a failing European Union. The manifesto is split into nine chapters, and rather than being a …

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Alliance for Action

The answer to the question on how to get Independence used to be to vote for the SNP. However, their recent record in Westminster and the Scottish Parliament has led to much division on the Yes side. Disenchanted Yes voters now have many more options. Other independence supporting parties include the Scottish Greens, Alba Party, …

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Exclusion, discipline required for learning

“Violence in the classroom is unacceptable, a way has to be found to make the classroom a place of learning,” said David McHutchon, leader of Sovereignty. “The EIS has publicised data about violence on teachers in Aberdeen.  Political parties are reacting as if Aberdeen is a problem area that has suddenly appeared.  Violence, increasing over …

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Humza Confuses the Independence Issue Further

The SNP was formed almost 90 years ago. No one should be surprised that they wanted independence, that was a founding principle in 1934. That was then, and for a long time after, but now? Election time sees Independence wheeled out, the SNP win an election mandate, and then nothing is done. After several recent …

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Winnie Ewing RIP

In 1967, when Winnie won the Hamilton by-election, she famously said, ‘Stop the World, Scotland wants to get on’. The win was the start of the rise of the SNP with Independence becoming an election issue. Winnie is the only politician to have been a member of the Westminster Parliament, the European Parliament and the …

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A Prospectus for Dependency

Across the world, national independence movements have invariably achieved their end without without the need for a prospectus. In fact, it’s a curious device, a sort of election manifesto for the indefinite future, certain to date hard and fast. ‘Building a New Scotland’ is an oddly singular vision, derived not as a result of any …

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Brian Nugent: Sovereignty’s stance on gender recognition reform

Sovereignty’s stance on gender recognition reform Why is society being turned upside down for the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Act (GRR) for what, for some, is a whim, for others, an opportunity to commit evil? Those with genuine gender dysphoria are almost irrelevant in this social engineering exercise. We should all believe in looking after …

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Kevin McKenna, Annemarie Ward and Jim Fairlie Snr. Speak at Historic First Glasgow Branch Meeting of Restore Scotland

Following successful launches of our Dundee and Aberdeenshire branches, Restore Scotland held its very first ever branch meeting in Glasgow on 29 July 2021, at O’Neill’s Bar near Glasgow Central Station. At the event, seven speakers addressed a range of topics, including the defence of Scotland’s national sovereignty; the SNP’s assault of free speech; the …

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Leaving EU leaves Scotland with more powers

Professor Vernon Bogdanor, noted professor of government at King’s College, London, has argued strongly that the SNP slogan Independence in Europe is a misnomer, saying being in the EU would leave Scots with less control over their affairs than they currently have in the UK. While the crux of Bogdanor’s article is that Scotland should …

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Leaving the UK should not lead to us joining another union in Europe

David McHutchon, Party Leader Last month, Restore Scotland held its official launch. We aim to serve as a champion for full self-government in Scotland. Our movement is already drawing many to the cause of Scottish independence from among the roughly one million Scots who voted for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, without there being …

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