Monthly Archives: May 2021

The Covid Myth

One of the things that has amazed me as Covid-19 has ravished the UK in last 14 months has been the easy ride that Nicola Sturgeon and the Scottish Government have received from the media in the main. The narrative … Continue reading

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Total Minter [Scottish]; When you feel [embarrassed] or [ashamed].

The minter that keeps giving Alyn Smith SNP MP has renewed calls for Scotland to be allowed to enter Eurovision after the UK’s latest “humiliation” in the singing contest. Smith told the Times: “The utter humiliation for the UK at … Continue reading

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Update on Section 30, Sober Reading Indeed

This makes for sober reading . It appears that the Court case in relation to the powers that Holyrood has to call an indepdence referendum has come to an end and what might also result in Martin Keating’s becoming bankrupt. … Continue reading

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Comment: Correct me if I’m wrong

There is a train of thought out there that implies that the agenda being pursued by the SNP is a kind of social pluralism. While at the same time, in particular, Alba supporters and certain alternative media bloggers are the … Continue reading

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Cap in Hand

John Ferry, writing in the Spectator, reminded me of something that I had completely forgotten and probably something we would have relied on Wings to cover for us, the upcoming review of the Fiscal Framework Agreement, this is where we … Continue reading

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Alba Party Update

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Big Brother is Watching You

Recently I spoke about Moderation. When I was reading Craig Murray’s blog this morning what Craig was talking about actually was chilling. George Orwell wrote in 1984 ” One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution, … Continue reading

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The Great Tax Payer Swindle

The Restoration and Renewal Debate, otherwise known as the great tax payer swindle, is taking place today in Parliament, not the Scottish one, our imperial masters one in London. This debate is in relation to the refurbishment of the English … Continue reading

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Stop being a Fanzine be a Paper, Scrutiny matters

The National has referendum headline 612 today and you have to think this is why Stuart Campbell decided to move on, groundhog day everyday, hopefully he will return, but this headline is one of the reasons I don’t buy the … Continue reading

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The missed opportunity

When I think about my leave vote in the EU Referendum there was one over riding factor for myself ‘I do believe that a leave vote will result in serious strain on the union to the extent that we will … Continue reading

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