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Independence or not…

I’m intrigued by this suggestion from Lesley Riddoch.  Is it possible?  Can the SNP and Scottish Green Party have some kind of joint manifesto? Personally, I remain unconvinced, not out of spite or hatred for either party, far from it.  … Continue reading

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A simple question…

What type of country do you want to live in?  Told you it was easy. I don’t care if you voted Yes or No in 2014.  In fact, if you were Cat Boyd the chances are you forgot to vote … Continue reading

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The Saga of Henry’s Swithering

So Henry McLeish is undecided about whether or not he’s still sitting on the fence regarding independence. Big deal! Somebody needs to tell him that there’s a point at which suspense becomes tedium. And he crossed that line a while … Continue reading

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I might have lost the point…

I have just come back from spending at week back home near Edinburgh, and I have to admit, I came home really confused. Now, before I go any further here I’m going to let you know that my wife is … Continue reading

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Reviewing the situation

I hear what the likes of Maggie Curran are saying and, with all the generosity of spirit that I can muster, I allow that they are merely coming late to a realisation that many of us arrived at decades ago. … Continue reading

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Will they never learn?

 Scottish Labour under pressure to revisit case for home rule Will British nationalists never learn that the restoration of Scotland’s rightful constitutional status – the normalisation of its relationship with England and the rest of the world – is inevitable? … Continue reading

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