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Relics and rejects

The fact that a British Tory Prime Minister can venture out of his London lair to seriously suggest that the Scottish branch of his party might become the opposition at Holyrood is a measure of the abject failure of British … Continue reading

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EU referendum is not Scotland’s fight

It should hardly be necessary to advise people not to be influenced by anything David Cameron says. Many people in Scotland may be tempted to vote Out because they believe what Cameron says about this making independence more likely. Those … Continue reading

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No negativity

Having read the headline over Iain Macwhirter’s article in the Herald, I scoured what followed looking for some statement from Nicola Sturgeon quoted as evidence that the SNP is backing a “negative pro-EU campaign”. I wasn’t disappointed. But only because … Continue reading

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The unstoppable tide

David Cameron’s macho posturing over Scotland’s place in the EU evidently found favour with those who share his contempt for the people of Scotland. But his supercilious, imperious attitude can only only more eyes in Scotland to the true nature … Continue reading

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The EU comes back to haunt the Tory Party…

Well, it didn’t take long for the in-fighting to begin – one whole month to be exact. I have to admit though, I think it’s a very bold move by David Cameron to declare to his ministers to either toe the … Continue reading

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The new devolution

What a strange demand from Ruth Davidson.* In one breath she boasts that her bosses in London are graciously giving the Scottish Parliament sweeping new tax powers, in the next she demands that the SNP make a solemn undertaking never … Continue reading

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Scotland’s voice

Once again, David Cameron’s first instinct is to deliver a contemptuous slap in the face to the people of Scotland. After the referendum, it was talk of English votes for English laws (EVEL) and his decision to arbitrarily impose conditions … Continue reading

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