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23 Nov


What’s at stake, Scotland?

As per ScotGov’s own figures, getting dragged out the EU will cost Scotland £12.7billion a year. That’s £165billion between now and 2030. That’s £30,555.55 for every man, woman and child in Scotland. Aye, you can go stick that on the side of a bus!

If blockchain democracy delivers Independence, and a decision is then subsequently taken for Scotland to remain in the EU, that’s £165billion saved for Scotland. That saving, created at source by blockchain democracy? THAT, is what is now at stake.

Globally, full-blown Blockchain Democracy will operate with the underpinnings of verified participant eligibility and identity.

Paper slips ❌
Postal votes ❌
Visible accumulating results ✅
Flawless capability ✅
Accelerate digital inclusion ✅
Increase democratic particpation ✅
Involve previous non-voters ✅
Immutable results for UN inspectors ✅

As we understand the plan to be, Scotland’s government is to issue NEC National Entitlement Cards to all…

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The importance of our brand

23 Nov

Red Alba


Over recent weeks there’s been a lot of discussion about Scotland’s brand. As Brexit Day looms ever closer, the protection of Scotland’s unique brand identity is vital. This issue may seem like it’s just a petty squabble over which flag is stamped on a bag of potatoes, but it’s really much more than that. Food and drink are at the heart of Scottish culture and they play a massive role in our economy. Scotland’s brand is not only good for business, it’s good for us and our health too. It’s important that we fight for it in the coming months.

One of the things that has stuck out to people is the sea of British flags that has gradually flooded our local supermarkets. This is largely because of the ‘GREAT’ campaign — led by the UK government Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) — which aims to showcase…

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A very important issue being unreported……

23 Nov

Why on earth did Mundell hang his coat on the fisherman’s peg?

23 Nov

May’s Brexit Deal

23 Nov

Random Public Journal

By Jason Michael

EXACTLY NOTHING of the 585-page proposal put to the European Union by the British government last week can be described as Theresa May’s deal. It isn’t even the British government’s deal. This is not the result of the whittling down of two opposing original positions by negotiation. The proposal is not a compromise. From the moment the British government sounded the Article 50 klaxon the EU has been clear that it stands behind Ireland and that there will be no compromise on the Irish border. The document delivered by May shows there has indeed been no compromise on the Irish question, this proposal is an absolute capitulation to Europe’s terms and conditions.

Theresa May, the British Prime Minister, has done the sensible thing. She has shown a willingness, in the face of considerable resistance from within her own party, to play ball with the only option…

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