Part of the Scottish European diaspora, Peter Young has lived and worked in Scandinavia for several decades. He moved to Denmark after completing a BA and taught for 10 years in Copenhagen. Since 1994, Peter has edited and published The School Times International, a monthly educational, news-based magazine he established as a teaching innovation. It is used in schools and in adult teaching across the Nordic region. In expectation of an imminent pre-Brexit referendum in Scotland, and in anticipation of another relentless information war from south of the border, he set up the @indyscotnews Twitter feed in 2016. The moderated Twitter feed auto-generates links to the latest content from about 50 serious pro-indy sites, into one news stream.


Unfortunately some pro Indy websites are not pro Indy. They are pro SNP sites and ban any content on their sites which dares to question the SNP or the SNP leader. They seek to censor discussion and free expression. Fortunately many of my readers share the articles on Yours for Scotland frequently and because of this the attempted censorship is proving ineffective. This support is very important and I thank everyone who share and protect freedom of speech and choice.


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The progress of Salvo has been the most encouraging development of 2022. It is doing sterling work educating Scots about the Claim of Right and spelling out what it means that the Scottish people are sovereign, not any Parliament. All donations to this site for the remainder of 2022 will be forwarded to Salvo to support them in developing and expanding this valuable work.


Please register at and join the mass membership organisation that will be the signatories to our application to the UN, debate and organise a new Scottish Constitution. The membership of Liberation is also where the first members of Scotland’s National Congress will be balloted for selection.


  1. Well bu—r me at the sixth attempt over a few weeks managed to sign up to liberation .scot. Salvo went through first time but this was struggle until now so hopefully it means the gremlins have been banished. Wooo as they say in America.

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  2. I’d prefer someone who actually lives in Scotland not a pretendy Scot.
    Is Stuart Campbell next on the list?


    1. Fantastic! Thanks for your input, Daisy Adams, it’s a sure indicator we have your interest, or should I say, your genuine and palpable concern – and we do have those, don’t we, Daisy Adams?

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  3. Are there not more than a few ‘pretendy Scots’ living here wha aye vote to reject their offer to hold Scottish national citizenship and block it for the rest of us?

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  4. Congratulations and welcome, Peter.

    “Her er vi endelig!” “Det glæder mig at se Dem.” “Vær så god at sidde ned.” “Skal jeg lukke døren?” “Hvad vil De have at drikke?” “Vær forsigtig når De går over gaden.” All the foregoing phrases are, as you will have guessed, from my (1969) copy of ‘Hugo’s Danish in Three Months’. I had to fight my spellchecker all the way to copy them out just now.

    Around 1970 an art-student friend spent a holiday in Denmark with his Danish girlfriend. At one point they were staying at a farmhouse. They were outside when the rain came on. The farmhouse wifie came running out to fetch her washing off the line. My friend swore he heard her shout something like “Ma claes are ringin!” Plausible?

    The polyglot poet George Campbell Hay / Deòrsa Mac Iain Dheòrsa wrote a few poems in Norwegian (I can’t find anything he wrote in Danish). Here are the last three lines of ‘Enhver Seiler’—

    “Skjebnens vær er aldri stille.
    Menneskets seil er altid fulle.
    Vindens røst blir rop for alle.”

    [“Destiny’s weather is never calm. | Mankind’s sails are always full. | The wind’s voice becomes a shout for everyone.”]

    (Poem 262, page 335, from ‘Collected Poems and Songs of GEORGE CAMPBELL HAY (Deòrsa Mac Iain Dheòrsa)’ Edited by Michael Byrne, Edinburgh University Press, 2000, 2003)

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    1. “Ma claes are ringin!”
      Think it should be “Ma claes are wringin (wet)!” i.e. so wet that need to be wrung out (by hand) or put through the wringer (hand operated)

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