The Voices for Scotland Podcast
Scotland's Borders with Bill Austin
This week Michael and Allan are joined by Bill Austin, who has recently written a paper for the Scottish Independence Convention on Scotland's Borders, part of the SIC's Transition Papers series. A fascinating and insightful discussion which will make you re-think the narrative around borders.
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2. Universal Basic Income34:38Michael hosts another Voices for Scotland podcast, this week on the subject of Universal Basic Income. Michael is joined by regular contributor and Voices for Scotland campaign organiser, Allan Whyte, as well as Simon Duffy, Director of the Centre for Welfare Reform.This is a fascinating insight into UBI, how it works and who it can help.
1. Social Care Review and Inquiry Fallout42:06Michael and Allan are back with a new series of the Voices for Scotland Politics Podcast.On this episode they discuss the fallout from the Hamilton Report and Committee Inquiry, plus discussion on the Social Care Review.
7. Goodbye 202025:35Ending the year on a high, Michael and Allan look back on the year a discuss what's needed for the independence campaign in 2021.
5. Poor Cousin, Another Poll and the Big Game28:40Michael McEwan is join again by Voices for Scotland's Allan Whyte to discuss the shocking timing of the furlough extension, how we campaign to build the indy support and look forward to Scotland's big game against Serbia.
4. Rising Support and Leaked Strategy28:15Michael McEwan chats to VfS Campaign Organiser Allan Whyte about another poll showing support for independence and a recently leaked document which shows the Conservative's strategy to try and stop independence happening.
3. New Restrictions27:24Michael and Allan chat about all this week's goings on in politics, independence and covid in Scotland.
2. Covid, Furlough and Indy28:31Michael speaks to Allan from Voices for Scotland about the week's news and politics in Scotland
1. Voices and Opportunity46:17Michael McEwan and Allan Whyte sit down to talk about Voices for Scotland, their journey to activism and the opportunity independence can bring.