Monthly Archives: September 2014

Feels Like ’92

Scotland has decided to stay part of the UK. Sadly, it looks like only 45% of registered Scots have voted Yes, less than the 47% figure I had long said would be the result. I haven’t said it apart from … Continue reading

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Why Yes!

In all the comments I’ve made about tomorrow’s referendum I haven’t said why I’m voting yes.  The answer is fairly simple; because it is time for Scotland to take responsibility for itself.  To no longer blame THAT woman, Blair, Cameron … Continue reading

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Why No?

Throughout the current independence debate over the last seven years¹, one thing I have never understood is why three of Scotland’s mainstream parties are so against not only the idea of it but letting people give their opinion in a … Continue reading

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The Powers That Be

You can’t have failed to notice that some that the UK unionist parties are having a mad period where they are offering new powers to Scotland in return for a No result on 18th September.  To start bandying about these … Continue reading

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