Video from Alyn Smith MP, Stirling Constituency

My contribution to the Commonwealth Day 2021 debate

The Commonwealth is a potentially useful forum that an independent Scotland would seek to join along with the EU and NATO, but I noted a lack of progress towards the aims of its 2013 charter on justice, democracy, human rights, tolerance, the rule of law and the promotion of women’s rights.

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