Below are links to Scottish independent working groups. No responsibility is assumed for content on third party websites. The links are offered to aid visitors to more easily connect to Scottish policy developers.
People working towards the introduction of a Scottish Currency 'as soon as practicable' after Independence Day. Dr Tim Rideout was the author and proposer of Amendment D in the April 2019 SNP Spring Conference.
As formal Advisors to the Group we have:
Professor Stephanie Kelton, Stony Brook University and economics adviser to Bernie Sanders.
Professor Warren Mosler - former hedge fund founder / manager turned macro-economist. Was an adviser to Italy and Greece on currency matters if they had to return to using their own.
Professor Richard Murphy - Co-founder of the Green New Deal, campaigner for Tax Justice and author of 'The Joy of Tax'.
Dedicated to conducting and administering a public consultation on the content and subsequent promotion into legislation of a Constitution endorsed by credible numbers of Scottish citizens.
Common Weal is a ‘think and do tank’ campaigning for social and economic equality in Scotland.
For 40 years Scotland has suffered from ‘me first’ politics – and we all came second. Politics has made a few extremely wealthy and left the rest suffering from low pay, insecurity, declining public services and fragmented communities.
In addition to Scottish registered political parties there are also a number of campaign groups.
Our aim is to support Scottish independence. We do that by organising public marches and rallies. Marches and rallies take place in towns and cities across Scotland every year. We also work with other like-minded groups.
A new website and initiative that aims to answer the questions people have about Scottish independence in a fair and easy to understand format.
Politicians, newspapers and campaigners make claims and counter claims every day. We will do our utmost to present the answers you need to the questions you have in a simple and matter of fact way, with links to the sources of evidence we cite.
Our articles should all take less than a few minutes to read and you can comment on them and get involved in the discussion. The comments will be moderated as we want to be a safe place for people to chat.
Pensioners for Independence (P4Indy) is a group of pension-age Scots working to publicise the reasons why we believe that Scotland and Scots would fare much better if Scotland were independent and able to control all of its own affairs from right here at home.