Inheriting a dying independence movement

Nicola Sturgeon is one of the most effective communicators of modern political discourse. Seen ever so clearly during the pandemic when her clear and concise Covid briefings contrasted markedly from the bumbling Johnson in Number 10. By using her ability to dissimilate herself from a tumultuous Downing Street, Sturgeon was rewarded in the polls, with […]


Sturgeon – why the time has come. 

It’s 2014. The Glasgow Commonwealth Games have just finished. The independence movement is reeling from its narrow defeat in the referendum, yet support for the Scottish National Party has never been so high.  By the end of the year, Nicola Sturgeon had become First Minister. Her acceptance speech in the Scottish Parliament was all optimism […]