It’s been a really successful year for Republic Scotland and we’ve established ourselves as Scotland’s leading voice for an elected head of state. But in the year ahead we hope to do even more and raise our profile even further. Most of our work so far has been focussed in ..read more
Republic Scotland took to the streets of Glasgow this weekend to help spread our message to a wider audience.
We spent a few hours in the busy spot at the top of Buchanan Street on Saturday afternoon handing out leaflets and chatting to passers-by.
The response which we received ..read more
Saturday, November 3, 2012 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Quaker Meeting House 7 Victoria Terrace Edinburgh EH1 2JL
Republic Scotland will be holding its first AGM – an opportunity for you to get involved, put yourself forward to be part of the coordinating committee and hear reports on the progress of the campaign.
Republic Scotland is ..read more
Republic Scotland has today written to Glasgow City Council leader Gordon Matheson, to ask him why the council spent almost £150,000 entertaining the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh for a morning.
Following a Freedom of Information request, it came to light that the council spent £149,207 on the visit by ..read more
Research by Republic Scotland has this week shown that the Queen’s visit to Scotland in July this year cost the taxpayer a quarter of a million pounds. Republic Scotland, part of the UK wide Republic campaign network, which campaigns for the abolition of the monarchy, carried out the research using ..read more