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See [19.12] for details of the Parliament and associated white
papers on the referendum and the Parliament itself.
Addresses of relevant organisations:
Scottish National Party
Gordon Lamb House
3 Jackson's Entry
(Gaelic: Partaidh Naiseanta na h-Alba - PNA)
Scottish National Party,
300 Cree Crescent,
Manitoba, R3J 3W9.
In the US, contact John MacInnes mailto: Nmcomm@aol.com
The newspaper The Scots Independent is at
Labour Party, 1 Lynedoch Place, Glasgow G3 6AB.
Tel: 0141 332 8946 FAX 331 2566
Liberal Democrats, 4 Clifton Terrace, Edinburgh EH12 5DR
0131 337 2314
(opposite Haymarket station)
Liberal Democrat History group
Conservative and Unionist Party
Suite 1/1, 14 Links Place, Leith, Edinburgh, EH6 7EZ
Tel: 0131 555 2900
c/o Sead, 23 Castle Street, Edinburgh, EH2 3DN Tel: 0131 225 6550
SCCL is an independent non party-political organisation which campaigns for the defence and promotion of civil liberties in Scotland and provides educational material on civil and human rights
The magazine of the Green movement in Scotland is available through
Green Scotland, 2 Arbikie Cottages, Inverkeilor, Angus DD11 4UZ
tel: 01241 830351
The aims of the Convention are to create a forum for those of all political persuasions and none, who support independence; and to be a national catalyst for Scottish independence.
Scottish Politics home page:
There is an interesting survey at
This is an ICM poll for The Scotsman regarding how the Scots view themselves
The University of Edinburgh has a local Government in Scotland site at
the Act of Union is on-line here
http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/ - The Scottish Parliament
http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/vli/language/gaelic/ - in Gaelic http://www.scottish.parliament.uk/vli/language/scots/ - in Scots
http://www.scotland.gov.uk/ - The Scottish Goverment main page
UK Citizens Online Democracy (UKCOD) is Britain's first national online democracy service. We aim to promote informed discussion on matters of national and local importance by providing a forum for members of the public to discuss political issues.
The BBC's Scottish Politics programme Scottish Lobby can be reached
at mailto: email@example.com
and their website for Scottish politics programmes is at http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/scotland/default.stm
Scottish issues are sometimes discussed in the programme On The Record
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