Legacy Archive

We launched this site on 1 May 2018, but from 21 March 2012 to the 30 April 2018, we published over 110 Articles on British Union Philosophy, Policy and History on our previous site. We have linked back to them all here (each article opens in a new tab):


Understanding our Pro-UK Frame

Our Aim and Strategy

The 5,000 Year Old Union

A Force For Good: Our 4 Pro-UK Principles

It's about Service to Humanity, not "Freedom from the English"

Ever Closer Union is Our Destination, Not Separation

Wider Still and Wider is the Pro-UK Vision

Our Vision for Scotland is...in Britain

Believe in Britain and vote standing on that Rock of Principle, rather than the shifting sands of temporary policies you don't like



Our Dual Identity is a Massive UK Positive that Nationalists want to Negate

10 Reasons Why it's Great to be British

Scotland is Better able to Control its Future as Part of the UK

The UK Gives us One Big Home to Call our Own

The Union gave Scottish Industry its Life and it Will Continue to Give our Economy its Life

What is the Positive Case for the Union? One word...Britain



4 Reasons Why We Oppose a 2nd Referendum

How Westminster can Build a Cast-Iron Mandate against a Second Referendum

Sturgeon has No Legal Right to "Call" Referendum

Keep Calm and Just Say No to a Second Referendum

Time to Shut the Door on a Second Referendum

Beware the Bravado of the 'Bring it On' Brigade

20 Lessons Learned from the Official and Unofficial No Campaigns

The Franchise for the Scottish Referendum Explained

The Case for a Threshold at the 'Love the UK Day' Referendum



Shared British Identity

Being British: Some Practical Benefits and Spiritual Elements (Speech, 20-2-14)

These are Some Things, Some Things that Britishness is Made Of

The Happy and Glorious Games: "Britain, we did it right!"

Stand Up, if you Love England

Severing Muscle and Bone: Considering the Complexity and Danger of Separating the British Siamese Twins

British Monarchy

Scotland and the Monarchy

The Monarchy in the Public Mind and Political Body of the United Kingdom

The Alleged Rebellious Scots "Verse" Debunked

Arguments Against a British Republic

The Reason for the Grand Ceremony of the State Opening of Parliament

Making a Case for Britain's Monarchy