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Monthly digest #2
We are on to the second monthly digest of Independence Captured. Alongside the articles…some announcements follow:
As well as the weekly analysis, Independence Captured is going to carry interviews from some really interesting people in and around Scottish politics. This new feature will broaden the debate on key issues around strategy and policy.
I am looking to produce a suite of graphics breaking down the key issues for use on social media.
Audio output is going to be added. Big plans are in the works for this. When we hit 500 subscribers Independence Captured will launch a fortnightly podcast.
Look out for some printed materials in the coming months…
That’s enough for now. But hopefully this gives a sense of the ambition behind this project.
That is in huge part down to you. By taking the time to subscribe you build the interest required to move forward. Thank you to every one of you for doing so.
Independence Captured is free and will remain that way. To those of you who have opted to subscribe with a financial donation, be assured that monies are spent on expanding this work.
A last request from me. Please do forward this email and share the links to your friends, networks and social media feeds.
That is the best way for the audience to grow. The monthly digest is a one stop shop that gives people an overview of the issues covered…
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Scotland and the cost of living crisis
You can't eat progressive rhetoric, you can’t heat your home with a tastefully produced video, and you can’t pay your rent with the latest public relations photo-op
CalMac, privatisation and the SNP
Where would the SNP be without the Tories?
Analysing the SNP election broadcast, and the consequences of elevating public relations over policy and action
Independence as an extension of British liberalism
The national movement lacks an ideological spine