The Wee Blue Book 6 This is perhaps the simplest aspect of the debate to deal with. Scotland rarely - less than half the time, in fact - gets the governments it votes for. Scots have voted for Labour at every Westminster election sincebut by the time of the election will have had Conservative. Get the Wee Blue Book; On 18 Septemberbetween the hours of 7am and 10pm, absolute sovereign power will lie in the hands of the Scottish people.
They have to decide whether to keep it, or give it away to where their minority status makes them permanently powerless and vulnerable.
Wings Over Scotland. Aug 13, · Wings Over Scotland The Wee Blue Book – how you can help Posted on August 13, by Rev. Stuart Campbell We’ve been absolutely blown away by the response to. Aug 18, · She said she was undecided as was her colleague, I had just said have you read Wings Over “Scotland” she said, “were just reading through the Wee Blue Book now”.
Losing on the 18th is unthinkable. God help us! Wee Blue Book This week Wings Over Scotland launched their Wee Blue Book available to download across platforms HERE.
Mimicking the the Evening Times famous Wee Red Book, the blue version aims to provide ‘all the facts the papers leave out’.
The Wee Blue Book The Facts the Papers Leave Out. The Facts the Papers Leave Out. which will last forever. Investing some of the proceeds from oil in wind, wave, tidal and hydro power over the coming decades will ensure Scotland stays a very wealthy country for centuries to come. Wings Over Scotland. Get the Wee Blue Book Devolution The UK parties promise that Scotland can have “the best of both worlds ” - all the “ strength ” and “ security ” of the UK, with a strong Scottish Parliament that they say will get more powers if Scotland votes No.
Download and Print the Wee Blue Book; Get the Wee Blue Book; Infrequently Asked Questions. In this book we’ve tried to answer all the reasonable questions that people might want to ask those of us on the Yes side.
(If we’ve missed any, see the Appendix.) Wings Over Scotland. We’ve been absolutely blown away by the response to The Wee Blue Book, xn--e1ajkbnlz.xn--p1ai we write this it’s about to pass an astonishingdownloads in just two days, and we’re besieged by enquiries about the print edition, which should be rolling off the presses any time now. But it’s no use just sitting around patting ourselves on the back about how much Yes supporters seem to like it. The Wee Blue Book was a multi-format publication published in and written by Stuart Campbell, editor of pro-independence blog Wings Over Scotland.
It set out an economic case for Scottish independence as part of the pro-independence campaign in the run-up to the referendum held that year. Mar 24, · Don’t forget to put the word around in all the media people can post in, even if just to suggest searching for the “Wee Black Book”. Today isn’t our day, today is the day NO voters tell us what we got, how good the UK is, how we benefitted, how wnoderful, fair and equal it all is, as a result of the NO vote.
Scotland can’t afford to keep paying tens of billions of pounds over and above its fair share. The simple fact is that by any reasonable calculation, and even BEFORE the effect of different policies (such as scrapping Trident) is taken into account, Scotland will have more money as an independent country than it does as part of the UK. The Wee Blue Book The Facts the Papers Leave Out.
The Facts the Papers Leave Out. Open the wee blue book. 1 Scotland is a country, and like any other country it deserves to get the governments it votes for. As part of the UK, that happens well under half of the time. Wings Over Scotland. Aug 15, · Dissecting Wings Over Scotland’s “Wee Blue Book” – and why I’m still a No voter Wings Over Scotland – the pro-independence blog run by Stuart Campbell – recently produced a book on the arguments, as they see it, for a Yes vote in the referendum.
Oct 25, · For context, it's important to understand the timeline with respect to the availability of the Scottish Government's Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland (GERS) figures. So the GERS figures (including corrected figures) had been out for 5 months when Wings first published his wee Blue Book. Dissecting Wings Over Scotland’s “Wee Blue Book” – and why I’m still a No voter. Close. Posted by u/[deleted] 5 years ago.
Archived. It's nice to see someone have a proper go at refuting the Wee Blue Book rather then just go for ad hominem attacks on the author. It's just a shame he stopped at the first page overview, and didn.
Aug 13, · The “Wee Blue Book” sets out to give the case in support of independence for Scotland. The demand for the download is overwhelming. The “Wee Blue Book” published by Wings Over Scotland | Transceltic - Home of the Celtic nations. Book Preview: The Wee Blue Book (Wings over Scotland) Share this. Facebook. Twitter. email. Book Preview: Scotland: Defending The Nation – Mapping The Military Landscape; Recent Posts. Nicola Sturgeon’s statement on Scotland’s future; Candlelit vigil at the Scotland Office.
Dec 31, · Wings was launched inand Scottish independence became his chief interest. He wrote The Wee Blue Book () and The Wee Black Book () setting out the case for independence, which were widely sold and distributed. As well as Wings Over Scotland, he sometimes writes on his older blog, Wings Over Sealand, about non-Scottish topics.
(The only publication to back a Yes vote is a weekly, the Sunday Herald.) Newspapers have no duty to be fair or balanced, but when Scotland faces a decision as big as the one it’ll make on September 18th, the press being so overwhelmingly skewed to one side is a problem for xn--e1ajkbnlz.xn--p1ai website, Wings Over Scotland, is biased too.5/5(1).
WINGS Over Scotland is just awaiting the green light from Nicola Sturgeon to publish “Wee Blue Two” – a sequel to the Wee Blue Book which proved such an effective campaigning tool during the first referendum. Stuart Campbell (pictured below, left), the journalist behind the pro-indy website, said he plans to print a million copies for Yes groups to deliver into the hands of undecided.
It is only here in Scotland that we pirouette on the head of a pin over patriotism and nationalism. Who else have you ever met who boasted: "I love my country but don’t want it to govern itself. I much prefer it to be in a minority in another parliament where it can always be outvoted and where parties we don’t support will dictate our. Mar 28, · Now shipping – Wee Book badges! cdepy March 28, March 28, Uncategorized We’re pleased to announce a new tie-up with Wings Over Scotland in our Affiliate Badge program that gives them 30% of all sales for the new Wee Blue Book, Wee Black Book.
Oct 26, · Neil is an Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute and blogs on financial services. He offered to deliver a professional's critique of the section in Wings Over Scotland's Wee Blue Book entitled "Pensions" and I'm happy to publish it here.
The constant scaremongering on the subject saw a huge No majority among the overs effectively decide the outcome of the referendum. (Most unders voted Yes.) After the No vote was secured, though, the message about the comfort and security of pensions in the UK changed.
Wings Over Scotland; The Wee Blue Book. On the 18th of September85% of the people of Scotland voted in a referendum. By a ratio of 11 to 9 they chose not to become an independent country. This book was published on that date, in order to record the consequences of Scotland’s choice. Wings Over Scotland; The Wee Blue Book. The Wee Black Book What happened after Scotland voted No. What happened after Scotland voted No.
Open The Wee Black Book. What They Said and What Happened; Government; Devolution; Wings Over Scotland; The Wee Blue Book. Sep 14, · As Wings Over Scotland explains in their introduction to The Wee Blue Book, none of the 37 national or daily papers available in Scotland supports independence.
“Newspapers have no duty to be fair or balanced, but the press being so overwhelmingly. (The only publication to back a Yes vote is a weekly, the Sunday Herald.) Newspapers have no duty to be fair or balanced, but when Scotland faces a decision as big as the one it’ll make on September 18th, the press being so overwhelmingly skewed to one side is a problem for democracy.
Our website, Wings Over Scotland, is biased too. We. Stuart Campbell for Wings Over Scotland. Cover art by Lindsay Bruce. THE E BLUE BOOK PAPERS LEAVE OUT Don’t vote in the independence referendum until you’ve read this. On 18 Septemberbetween the 10pm, absolute sovereign power hands of the Scottish people. They have to decide whether to keep it, or give it away to where their.
The Wee Blue Book aims to fully inform readers about the issues surrounding the referendum. Featuring fully referenced sources to back up the information presented, the book deals with subjects like the economy, defence, and international relations in an easily readable format.
hopes echoed by Wings Over Scotland. The SNP predicted annual Reviews: 8. But just 13 months after the No vote, Scotland’s steel industry was united in unemployment as the country’s last two mills, in Motherwell and Cambuslang, were mothballed by owners Tata - seemingly ending generations of steel production in Scotland, as the UK government stood by and did nothing.
Wings Over Scotland; The Wee Blue Book. Jan 01, · The Wee Blue Book: The Facts The Papers Leave Out - Ebook written by Rev. Stuart Campbell. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Wee Blue Book: The Facts The Papers Leave Out. And so, inspired by Wings Over Scotland’s Wee Blue Book setting forth arguments to vote Yes in the independence referendum, I’ve begun to compile my own little Red, White And Blue Guide to make the best of Brexit whether it be hard, soft, poached or scrambled. Aug 11, · The Wee Blue Book by Rev. Stuart Campbell. Price: Free! Words: 15, Language: British English.
Scotland's referendum - the facts the papers leave out. Don't vote in the independence referendum until you've read this. Rev. Stuart Campbell's tag cloud. Wings Over Scotland is the most-read Scottish politics website on the planet (we get more traffic* than the next FIVE biggest sites combined), Chris Cairns, and the building up of the Wings Fighting Fund with the aim of printing a million-plus copies of a new Wee Blue Book when a second referendum comes along, along with other major secret.
Yet just a few weeks from the publication of this book, a Scottish electorate which overwhelmingly wants to stay in the EU (polls show a margin of between and in favour of remaining) faces the prospect of being dragged out against its will by the votes of England. Business. No aspect of Scottish life escaped the “Project Fear” treatment. In September the press issued dire warnings that the “divisive” referendum campaign would wreak havoc on tourism, and that no matter what the result of the vote, visitors from south of the border were planning to stay away in their droves simply because Scotland had had a bit of an argument with itself.
No they're not. As far as I can see NONE of the sources are from Wings Over Scotland, except the link TO Wings Over Scotland and to the book itself. AlanLertreader18 September (UTC) The National and ABC (albeit in Spanish) are fair enough sources. The others are all self-published. Wings Over Scotland. 36, likes · talking about this.
Welcome! But please DO NOT send us Facebook messages - there's almost no chance of them being read. Use this. Alison Rollo yet again showing how she really is "too wee and too stupid" to see facts from fiction, yet again the deluded SNP followers have provided and are actually beleiving their own false propaganda to cover up the unfortunate truth that the SNP and Rupert Murdoch have always been hand in glove with Alex Salmond encouraging that relationship the best that he could over past decades.
Professor John Curtice stated in January that polling showed support for independence at between 32% and 38% of the Scottish population—this is a slight decline fromwhen the Scottish National Party (SNP) first formed the Scottish Government. Up until Januarythere was an insignificant amount of poll evidence showing majority support for independence, although the share. Aug 18, · You rustled up the famous WEE BLUE BOOK in double-quick time and I reckon you added between 4% and 5% to the YES total in You helped directly with a Herculean task to get us up to the infamous 45%.
Wings Over Scotland is a (mainly) Scottish political media digest and monitor, which also offers its own commentary. Wings Over Scotland is a (mainly) Scottish political media digest and monitor, which also offers its own commentary. (More) Stats: 5, Posts,Comments. One of the biggest successes, engendering enormous publicity, was the Wee Blue Book, written (and distributed free in hard copy and downloadable formats to answer questions about independence) not by a politician but by a blogger who ran the website Wings Over Scotland.
That diversity has thankfully continued, flourished. Mar 24, · During the Scottish Independence referendum, Wings Over Scotland produced the Wee Blue Book, a handy guide to some of the arguments for independence which helped change many a person's mind in the course of the campaign. Of course as we're constantly reminded by the British establishment, Scotland voted no which is fine. That's the democratic.
Aug 11, · Fortunately, the ever-informative Wings over Scotland has provided a very useful publication called the Wee Blue Book which you can obtain by clicking on the highlighted links.
It’s designed to answer as many of the common questions surrounding the referendum as possible. Jun 13, · The Wee Blue book was published in hard copy form and was also made available via social media - a powerful platform that became the mainstay of the YES movement. Authored by Rev. Stuart Campbell (responsible for the popular blog, Wings over Scotland). ‘The Wee Blue Book’ will allow YES voters to back up any arguments; it will prompt NO voters to ask themselves if they have really been told the truth by a biased Media; and most importantly of all, it shall help those Dont Knows get a clearer perspective on the truth regards many important matters that will decide their final cast vote.
you should be able to do it based on the real and full facts. Scotland’s media has only told you one half of the story. Don’t you at least want to hear both sides before you decide? [What’s covered in detail in the Wee Blue Book] 1. PRINCIPLES AND POLITICS 2. THE ECONOMY 3. .