Monthly Archives: August 2020

Something Different: Songs From The Big Chair

Tears For Fears Songs From The Big Chair (1985). Shout The Working Hour Everybody Wants To Rule The World Mothers Talk I Believe Broken Head Over Heels Listen This album is one of my favourite albums of the eighties, no … Continue reading

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Breadline Britain

When I was reading the comments of unionists yesterday, watching some of the news, and being increasingly disgusted at the gloating over the never ending doom and gloom that is the unionist views of Scotland it saddened and sickened me … Continue reading

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Allowed Out Day

That day has arrived, the day that all rabid unionists wait with glee for, the day that they are allowed out to comment on BBC Scotland politics page, the day they get to rip the shit out of their own … Continue reading

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Not Even A Branch Office (but I wouldn’t write them off yet)

This was reported last night on Broadcasting Scotland and I thought deserves even a little wider audience as it has not really been played up in the media other than buried in the back pages but is, I think, a … Continue reading

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Covid Kills the Independence Argument (and don’t forget GERS is on the way)

Well according to Better Together’s Professor Jim Gallagher it does as stated in today’s Sunday Times so called Scotland Edition. This week will see the new edition of the flawed GERS figures for Scotland showing allegedly what Scotland spends compared … Continue reading

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Two Trillion and Counting

The UK’s national debt has now surpassed TWO TRILLION POUNDS it was announced this morning. This is now 100.5% of national GDP and pretty much makes the UK the equivalent of the old banana republics of old, just think what … Continue reading

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Public First is really Public Last

The Daily Mirror has uncovered contracts that show that lobbying firm Public First have been receiving huge sums of public money, awarded by ministers outwith the tendering process. Owned by James Frayne an ally of Dominic Cummings and fellow brexiteer … Continue reading

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Comment: The SNP

I didn’t watch what I suspected would be a stitched up hatchet job by Kirsty Wark and BBC Scotland last night on Alex Salmond and from reading social media it appears I was correct not to do so. What does … Continue reading

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The hole that keeps getting deeper

The Wings Over Scotland article yesterday on the National Executive Committee of the SNP has certainly opened up a new can of worms for the party in relation to the Joanna Cherry MP revelations. The article certainly is an eye … Continue reading

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Alex Salmond, his trial will never end

And so it begins, AGAIN. The Scottish Times today are back on the Alex Salmond story, as are a few other papers, due to the impending BBC documentary next Monday evening. According to the Times 49% of SNP voters are … Continue reading

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