Scotland’s independence referendum and a dream that refuses to die

On the first anniversary of the vote that changed the UK iScot looks at the aftermath of the Scottish independence referendum and how the losing side took hope from defeat
iScot - on sale now
iScot - on sale now
Sept. 7, 2015 - PRLog -- THE long accepted idea that it’s the victors who write history has been turned on its head in Scotland.

A year after the nation voted to stay in the United Kingdom the losing side in the independence referendum debate remains not only defiant but is gathering support.

To mark the first anniversary of one of the most defining moments in modern UK history iScot looks at how the spirit for civic nationalism remains unbroken.

In the latest issue of iScot magazine, which is available in shops from 1 September, Kevin Pringle, former SNP Communications Director, provides a unique insight into the campaign that changed a country.

As one of the key people inside the nationalist movement he reveals how the energy that inspired the Yes campaign has intensified in the referendum aftermath.

Writing exclusively for iScot he suggests how the Better Together campaign won the battle but is now in danger of losing the war.

iScot is an independent magazine promoting the best of Scotland to a world-wide audience. Covering everything from current affairs, music and culture to adventure, tourism and history.

The 100-page glossy magazine is available from independent news agents across Scotland, via subscription and as a digital publication to a global audience.

For more details on the magazine and its content please visit, follow on Facebook at or on twitter @iscotnews
Source:iScot magazine
Tags:Scotland, iScot, Independence
Account Email Address Verified     Account Phone Number Verified     Disclaimer     Report Abuse

Like PRLog?
Click to Share