We're entering a new phase of the independence campaign – and to keep up to date with all the latest, you can now subscribe to The National for three months for just ONE pound as part of the flash sale we’re running.

Over the next three months, our team will bring you top reporting and analysis as SNP members choose their new leader, Scotland gets a new First Minister, the first economics festival is held, the first independence march of the year is held, the country sees a coronation and potentially, the delayed SNP special democracy conference.


You’ll also have full access to our top line-up of columnists, important reporting on the vile Tory plans to target refugees and unrivalled coverage of Scottish arts, culture and history.

The National's editor Laura Webster said: "Earlier this month, we shone a light on the hushed-up McCrone Report and published a series on Scotland's future potential through renewables ... heavily at risk as a result of the Union.

“We lifted the paywall so that we could get the message out far and wide – and we were thrilled to see the massive interest. We've heard some great stories of readers using the material to help win over undecided voters.

"The news agenda isn't letting up, though, and this flash sale is a fantastic chance to get access to everything The National has to offer.

"Try us out for three months and we'll do our best to win you over with coverage of what's really happening across Scotland."

Our £1 for three months offer is available for both our Premium and Premium Plus subscriptions. 

We're also offering a saving of more than 30% if you take out an annual subscription during this offer period instead.

With a digital subscription, you’ll see fewer adverts on our website and have unlimited access to all our stories, including premium articles.

With the Digital Pack subscription, you'll have access to our daily Pagesuite edition, a digital replica of the newspaper, including the Sunday.

Plus: apps, gift incentives and free access to the Scottish Gardener, Scottish Mountaineer and Scottish Walks and Cycling magazines.

All that said, a subscription to The National is about more than perks. If you want Scotland to be free of this Union and its never-ending scandals, hostile environment and Universal Credit cuts, we’re with you. And with your support, we’ll fight for that.