Spanish deputy Prime Minister claims there was no agreed independence referendum in Scotland
Pro-independence parties lost majority in Catalan Parliament earlier this week
THE SPANISH deputy Prime Minister has erroneously claimed that the Scottish independence referendum in 2014 was not agreed between the Scottish and UK Governments.
In 2012 the Edinburgh Agreement was signed by former First Minister Alex Salmond and former Prime Minister David Cameron agreeing to a legally binding Scottish independence referendum.
INTERVIEW: with Mike Russell MSP discussing indyref2 at #SNP18
On Day 2 of the Scottish National Party’s 2018 conference, CommonSpace sat down to talk about the prospects of a Scottish independence referendum with Mike Russell MSP for Argyll & Bute and Cabinet Secretary for Government Business & Constitutional Relations.
SNP MEP warns EU ref re-run could put ‘rocket boosters’ under English far-right
Alyn Smith MEP says independence referendum will be Scotland’s vote on Brexit deal
SNP MEP Alyn Smith has cautioned that a second EU referendum could drive “resentment” amongst Leave voters in England and boost support for the far-right.
Speaking to CommonSpace, the staunchly pro-EU MEP said he wasn’t convinced that calls for another EU referendum would resolve the issue and warned that there could be “dangerous” side effects.
PMQs: Robertson demands answers as PM dismissed Scotland’s voice as 'game playing'
Prime Minister and SNP clash at PMQs over Scottish interests and UK Government failure to work with @scotgov
“GAME PLAYING” is how the UK Prime Minister described the Scottish Government and Scottish MPs desire for answers over her promise to included Scotland’s interesting in Brexit negotiations.
Theresa May made the comments at the weekly prime minister’s questions today (Wednesday 15 March) as she was quizzed by Scottish MP’s on the status of cooperation between the devolved governments.
English campaigners back independence movement against "arrogant" Tories
Anger over Brexit and Tory government leads English figures to back Scottish independence
TORY INTRANSIGENCE over a fresh referendum on independence has been rejected by a range of campaigners in England who back self-government for Scotland.
Fund the answers for #ScotRef: Common Weal launches fundraiser for White Paper project
Pro-independence thinktank asks for funds for the work of tackling the issues that will swing people to Yes
“FUNDING THE ANSWERS FOR INDEPENDENCE” is now crucial for winning the Scottish independence referendum, the pro-independence Common Weal thinktank has said as it launches the fundraiser for its White Paper project.
Indy pledge pot rakes in £200,000 in first 24 hours of launch
As Sturgeon declared her push for a second independence referendum, the opposing sides begin to marshal funds
A PRO-YES REFERENDUM fundraising website launched yesterday (Monday 13 March) has raised hundreds of thousands in its first few hours of going live.
The site was revealed after First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s announcement at Bute House, Edinburgh that she would seek confirmation from Holyrood next week for a second Scottish independence referendum.
Catalan delegates in solidarity visit to Scotland's independence movement
Barcelona government plans September 2017 poll on independence from Spain
INDEPENDENCE campaigners from Catalonia have reached out to the SNP at its ongoing conference in Glasgow, hoping to share information on both nation’s mutual moves towards independence.
CommonSpace spoke to representatives of Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya (Republican Left of Catalonia), the SNP’s sister party, about their thoughts on Catalan politics and plans to hold an independence referendum in September 2017.