YES Skye & Lochalsh campaigned for a Yes vote in 2014, for a better future in an independent Scotland. We provided information to help the communities of Skye, Raasay and Lochalsh make the decision to vote Yes in 2014.
And they did - 55% voted YES. But it wasn't to be. Project Fear did its work and the referendum was lost. Things move on, circumstances change. In 2014, membership of The Scottish Green and SNP soared and the SNP swept the board with 56 seats at the general election in 2015.
The reality is, however, that no matter how Scotland votes at Westminster our quota of 59 MPs can be outvoted by the 73 MPs representing the Greater London area alone.
In 2019, it is just a matter of time before Scotland becomes an independent country where the people who care most about Scotland, that is, the people live in Scotland are those best placed to take the decisions about their own future.
A country that has a national health service free to access, whether you are young or old. One where you don't have to work till you are 75 before you get your pension. One where weapons of mass destruction are removed from our soil.
One where everyone is treated fairly and respectfully, no matter their sexuality, no matter where they are from. One where there are equal opportunities, no matter where you are born, rich or poor. One where we use our vast natural resources for the benefit of all.
One where we get the government we vote for. One where we care about the sick and less fortunate. One where we are an outward looking inclusive prosperous country that measures its success by the happiness of its people.
The future is clear - an outward looking independent Scotland where we decide our own future or an inward looking Brexit Britain where we have no say? Time to choose.
Our campaign reaches out to everyone that lives in Scotland.