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Will the National be the first Scottish newspaper to support independence?

A sister paper of The Herald and the Sunday Herald, The National would be the first daily newspaper in Scotland to support Scottish independence, and was being piloted in response to a request from Herald readers for a pro-independence newspaper.

Who is the publisher of the National in Scotland?

The National. The National is a Scottish daily newspaper that is owned by the publisher Newsquest. It began publication on 24 November 2014, and was the first daily newspaper in Scotland to support Scottish independence. Launched as a response to calls from Newsquests readership for a pro-independence paper in the wake ...

What happened to the national newspaper in Scotland?

Upon its launch, The National stated that it is a separate entity from the SNP. By January 2015, daily sales had fallen to below 20,000. The following year, its print edition dropped below 10,000, and was being outsold by every Scottish regional daily newspaper with the exception of the Paisley Daily Express.

Is nationalism in Scotland benign?

They have bought into the fallacy that Scottish nationalism is benign, compared with the other nationalisms we know and dislike. This is a myth. Scottish nationalism has attracted large numbers of Scots whose motivation is anti-Englishness and anti-Toryism – these two being congruent in many minds.

What are the groups supporting independence for Scotland?

The National, a daily newspaper supporting independence, was launched in November 2014, in wake of the Yes Scotland campaigns defeat. In October 2014, the lobby group All Under One Banner (AUOB) was formed. AUOB stages regular public marches in support of Scottish independence throughout Scotland.

What did Scotland promise in the referendum white paper?

^ Scottish independence: Referendum White Paper unveiled. BBC News. 26 November 2013. Retrieved 5 January 2014. ^ Scottish independence: STV confirm Darling and Salmond TV debate date. BBC News. BBC. 9 July 2014. Retrieved 9 July 2014. ^ Severin Carrell (5 August 2014). Scotland promised extra tax and legal powers for referendum no vote.

Is Scotlands independence vote a photo finish?

^ Curtice, John (24 April 2014). Scottish independence: Depending on the pollster, it looks like a photo finish. The Independent. Retrieved 25 April 2014. ^ New poll: Scotland would back indy if fresh vote was held now. The Herald. 1 November 2014.

Why does the SNP want Scotland to be independent?

The SNP wants Scotland to keep the monarchy (see personal union) and become an independent Commonwealth realm, similar to Canada, Australia or New Zealand. All of the other aforementioned pro-independence parties want Scotland to become an independent republic.

Who owns the national newspaper in Scotland?

The National is a Scottish daily newspaper that is owned by the publisher Newsquest. It began publication on 24 November 2014, and was the first daily newspaper in Scotland to support Scottish independence.

Will the National be the first Scottish newspaper to support independence?

A sister paper of The Herald and the Sunday Herald, The National would be the first daily newspaper in Scotland to support Scottish independence, and was being piloted in response to a request from Herald readers for a pro-independence newspaper.

When was the first Scottish daily newspaper published?

It began publication on 24 November 2014, and was the first daily newspaper in Scotland to support Scottish independence. Launched as a response to calls from Newsquests readership for a pro-independence paper in the wake of the 2014 Scottish independence referendum, it is a sister paper of The Herald, and is edited by Callum Baird.

How much down are the Scottish newspapers really?

Daily Star of Scotland – Sunday – 13.3 per cent down = 23,161 to 20,071; The Scottish Sun – Sunday – 11.2 per cent down = 175,525 to 155,928; Scottish Mail on Sunday – 7.8 per cent down = 83,079 to 76,556;

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