200 No to Yes voters tell us why they now believe in Scotland

  Believe in Scotland surveyed 3,226 Yes supporters to take the temperature of the movement on a few key issues and we published the overall results last week. Roughly 6% of the respondents who would now vote Yes said that they voted No in 2014. We asked them; If you voted ‘No’ in…

Move to cut two Scottish MPs and weaken Scotland’s voice at Westminster

The Westminster democratic deficit already stacked against Scotland is to be further increased by plans to cut the number of Scottish MPs by two and increase the number of English MPs by 10. Widespread boundary changes to constituencies are also planned and many constituencies will be renamed. The Boundary Commission for Scotland has launched an […] Source