Sheena Robertson (Musician and Teacher)

I am a self-employed musician and teacher, based in Edinburgh, and I believe that Scotland can become a much better place with Independence and the powers for real transformation.

The possibilities of building a new country together are very exciting. We have the potential to do things differently, to create a more equal society, to be imaginative with our education system and to rebuild communities which have been blighted by poverty.  Independence is exactly what Scotland needs to revitalise and renew our ambitions and I believe once you start to explore the arguments, you will agree with me.


Robert Jardine (Engineer)

I was born in the North Highlands of Scotland, grew up in a crofting community, and now work in the Scottish Oil Industry as a Commissioning Engineer working with new projects.  There is huge investment going into the North Sea by International companies which see a bright and long term future in the Scottish oil and gas sector.

I believe passionately that Scotland's potential will be released once we are represented in Europe and globally, by the people who care most about Scotland.

Our potential is to be a prosperous, dynamic and world leading nation, looking after its people and taking its rightful place among the nations of the world.  We have come of age.


Jon Drummond (Dentist)

Born and educated in Scotland I moved south to practice predominantly in the English NHS. Inspired by the opportunities and choices that an Independent Scotland could bring I returned home, over a year ago, to partake of, and further, the good governance that is now evident in Scotland.

For a small country, Scotland is blessed with a multitude of resources and assets. However there is a disproportionate imbalance of democracy and clearly the People of Scotland need a new template in order to flourish and grow as a new nation. Through Independence and hard work this is within our grasp.

"No pessimist ever discovered the secret of the stars, or sailed to an uncharted land, or opened a new doorway for the human spirit."  Helen Keller