Scottish National Party
The Scottish National Party (SNP) (Scottish Gaelic: Pàrtaidh Nàiseanta na h-Alba, Scots: Scots Naitional Pairtie) is a Scottish nationalist and social-democratic political party in Scotland. T...
List of Scottish National Party MSPs
This is a list of Scottish National Party MSPs. It includes all members elected to the modern Scottish Parliament representing the Scottish National Party. Members of the House of Commons or the Euro...
List of Scottish National Party MPs
This is a list of Scottish National Party MPs. It includes all Members of Parliament elected to the British House of Commons representing the Scottish National Party since the party's formation. Memb...
List of MPs for constituencies in Scotland 2010-
This is a list of Members of Parliament (MPs) elected to the House of Commons of the United Kingdom by Scottish constituencies for the Fifty-Fifth Parliament of the United Kingdom (2010 to 2015).It in...
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List of Scottish National Party MEPs
This is a list of Scottish National Party MEPs. It includes all members elected to the European Parliament representing the Scottish National Party. Members of the House of Commons or the modern Scot...
Labour Party of Scotland
The Labour Party of Scotland were a small political party active in Dundee, Scotland. They were formed as a left-wing breakaway from the Scottish National Party (SNP) and contested the Dundee East by...
Choosing Scotland's Future
Choosing Scotland's Future is a white paper published on 14 August 2007, by the Scottish Government.As a tagline, it uses Parnell's:
Scots National League
The Scots National League (SNL) was a political organisation which campaigned for Scottish independence in the 1920s. It amalgamated with other Scottish nationalist bodies in 1928 to form the National...
SNP fundamentalist
The gradualist viewpoint within the Scottish National Party (SNP) is the idea that Scottish independence can be won by the accumulation by the Scottish Parliament of powers that the UK Parliament curr...
Annie Shepherd Swan
Annie Shepherd Swan (8 July 1859 – 17 June 1943) was a Scottish journalist, novelist and story writer. She used her maiden name for most of her literary career, but also wrote as David Lyall...
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Scotch on the Rocks
Scotch on the Rocks is a TV serial based on the novel by Douglas Hurd and Andrew Osmond. The book is the third in a loose trilogy, the other two being Send Him Victorious and The Smile on the Face of ...
Federation of Student Nationalists
The Federation of Student Nationalists (FSN) (sometimes termed SNP Students) is the student wing of the Scottish National Party (SNP), representing students in Scottish higher education. It was formed...
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Radio Free Scotland
Between 1956–1965 Radio Free Scotland (RFS) broadcast through the sound channel of BBC television after God Save the Queen finished in the evening, and, later on, on 262 metres medium wave on the radi...
It's Scotland's oil
"It's Scotland's oil" was a widely publicised political slogan used by the Scottish National Party (SNP) during the 1970s in making their economic case for Scottish independence. It was argued that th...
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Glasgow Govan by-election, 1988
The Glasgow Govan by-election, in the British House of Commons constituency of Glasgow Govan, Scotland, was held on 10 November 1988. It was caused by the resignation of Bruce Millan as Member of Par...
Scottish Socialist Party (1987)
The Scottish Socialist Party was a small political party operating in Scotland in the 20th century. It was primarily a left-wing breakaway from the Scottish National Party, although it succeeded in re...
Lewis Spence
James Lewis Thomas Chalmers Spence (25 November 1874 – 3 March 1955) was a Scottish journalist. Spence was a Fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, and Vice-Presid...
Joan Sturgeon
Joan Kerr Sturgeon (née Ferguson; born 1952) is a Scottish National Party politician and a councillor on North Ayrshire Council for the Irvine East ward in Cunninghame South. She is the mother of the ...
National Party of Scotland
The National Party of Scotland (NPS) was a centre-left political party in Scotland which was one of the forerunners of the current Scottish National Party (SNP). The NPS was the first Scottish nationa...
SNP Trade Union Group
The SNP Trade Union Group (TUG) is an affiliated organisation of the Scottish National Party (SNP). They were formed in the 1960s as the Association of Scottish Nationalist Trade Unionists to persuad...
Gary Womersley
Gary Womersley is a Scottish National Party politician and a councillor on Clackmannanshire Council for the Clackmannanshire Central ward. Womersley was first elected to the Council in the Scottish lo...
Scottish Labour Party (1976)
The Scottish Labour Party (SLP) was formed on January 18, 1976, as a breakaway from the UK Labour Party, by members disaffected with the then Labour Government's failure to secure a devolved Scottish ...
Young Scots for Independence
Young Scots for Independence (YSI) (Sometimes termed SNP Youth) is the youth wing of the Scottish National Party (SNP). It is not to be confused with Federation of Student Nationalists, which is for t...
Scots Wha Hae
Scots Wha Hae (English: Scots, Who Have; Scottish Gaelic: Brosnachadh Bhruis) is a patriotic song of Scotland written in the Scots language which served for centuries as an unofficial national ant...
National Conversation
The National Conversation was the name given to the Scottish Government's public consultation exercise regarding possible future changes in the power of the devolved Scottish Parliament and the possib...
National Conversation - Wikipedia
A Constitution for a Free Scotland
In September 2002, the Scottish National Party (SNP) published a document, entitled A Constitution for a Free Scotland, which details their policy for the Constitution of a future independent Scotland...
A Constitution for a Free Scotland - Wikipedia