Below is video and editorial content featuring Yes Pollok.

The National 

“ONE of the most active groups in the entire Yes movement is Yes Pollok” 

A great write up about us in National today. It was to promote our Social night, however, does far more than that. Worth a read if you haven’t seen it.

Our Journey to Yes

Our Journey to YES – YES Pollok Event

Sat, Oct 27 2018 from 2:00 – 4:00pm 

Speakers include Mike Dailly, Murray Foote & Cat Boyd.

Murray Foote, Former Daily Record editor and orchestrator of the vow.
Mike Dailly was a high profile campaigner for better together.

Solicitor advocate and former No campaigner Mike Dailly will attend the Yes Pollok event. Photograph: Martin Shields
Solicitor advocate and former No campaigner Mike Dailly will attend the Yes Pollok event. Photograph: Martin Shields

IF the Yes DIY movement is going to have any chance of winning the second independence referendum then it is stating the obvious that a great many people are going to have to change their vote from No to Yes.


Talking Independence

Thu, Oct 4 from 7:00 – 9:30pm 
An evening of discussion presented by Greater Pollok & Cardonald SNP. Hosted by Stacey Bradley, the main speakers are Tommy Sheppard MP & SNP Depute Leader Keith Brown MSP, with additional contributions from John Cummming (Young Scots for Independence) and Linsey Wilson (Yes Pollok)

Useful Websites and links

Independence Live

Independence Live is a grassroots collective. They have a main group in Glasgow and Edinburgh with individuals across Scotland, Europe and the USA who contribute.

Independence Live now covers a wide variety of events that affect us all like fracking, universal basic income, trident, health, land reform, social and economic issues and international coverage.

Business for Scotland

Business for Scotland is a campaigning business network and think tank. We are a passionate about unlocking Scotland’s potential by promoting policies that will create sustainable business and economic growth. We are dedicated supporters of Scottish independence as a means to deliver our goals, setting Scotland on a more inclusive, greener, confident, more equal and economically successful path.

Common Weal

Common Weal is a ‘think and do tank’ campaigning for social and economic equality in Scotland.

A think tank, a campaigning and advocacy organisation, a news service, a network of local groupsand more. We are also a philosophy of a different kind of Scotland and how we can achieve it.