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Slavering for Britain

So British Tories from constituencies in Scotland demand that the SNP top talking about the sovereignty of the Scottish people and represent constituents by accepting the UK voted for Brexit. Does this even make any sense? It seems to suppose … Continue reading

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Sick politics

Is it possible that the British political elite might be unaware of the impact of these immigration proposals? It is easy enough to believe that the likes of Theresa May and David Davis are perfectly ignorant of Scotland’s demographic and … Continue reading

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Brexit bullshit!

What is this nonsense about a transition period after Britain formally quits the EU in 2019? We are in the transition period. The transition period started when Article 50 was invoked. That transition period lasts precisely two years – no … Continue reading

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The Brexit desert

Alyn Smith’s first mistake was reading the UK Government’s position paper on dealing with the Irish border issue brought about by Brexit. These proposals are, after all, coming from the same people who either didn’t understand that there would be … Continue reading

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Getting the game

I used to hate Wimbledon fortnight. Back in the days when the game was played in black and white on a screen the size of a table mat, I found it the most tedious spectacle. It wasn’t until I acquired … Continue reading

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Something fishy

The duplicity of the British political elite is something we have come to take for granted. Had there been any doubt that the British establishment takes a very ‘relaxed’ attitude to dishonesty that doubt was banished once and for all … Continue reading

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Born to rule

Those given to making barbed comments about how the SNP ‘runs a tight ship’ would do well to observe the pond-life disarray of the British parties over the Brexit issue. In many years as a member of the SNP I … Continue reading

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