The referendum empowered Scotland’s civic debate in a way that has never been seen. Even if you were one of the few who didn’t turn out, it was remarkably difficult to not be at least partially engaged by it. Continue reading “Common Weal Leith thoughts”
People of Leith: be proud. You registered to vote in droves, you engaged, debated, argued the future, faced down scaremongering, fear and already-unravelling lies to return a Yes result across Leith and Leith Walk polling districts.
It wasn’t enough. The people of Scotland said No: 55% to 45%. So, let’s take a look at what’s coming. Continue reading “A draft letter to Leithers”