Monthly Archives: November 2020

SNP’s ‘Wheesht for Indy’

There comes a point when arguing for self-governance, faced by politicians intent on doing nothing much to secure it, told a curious or a querulous nature is a risky thing, you lose the impetus to write anything at all. Is … Continue reading

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Reforming the SNP

We reproduce here the second selected article penned by Dr Roger Mullin, NEC candidate and former SNP MP, selected from five he has published. Readers should refer to his blog to read the others, and this site for the one … Continue reading

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Scotland, Right or Left

‘Scotland, Right or Left’ is a title paraphrased from a seminal essay by George Orwell, ‘My Country, Right or Left’. It used to be a question Scots answered without hesitating – ‘left’, because we invariably elected Labour politicians to Westminster. … Continue reading

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Reforming the SNP NEC

Grouse Beater is republishing the well considered article below written by former SNP MP, Roger Mullin in his blog ‘Independent View’. ┬áHe is seeking election to the National Executive Committee. (He was elected to the NEC days later.) The article … Continue reading

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Scotland’s Central Bank

If there is one thing we can bank on – pun intended – in this self-inflicted struggle to regain our democratic freedoms, being the butt of propaganda and jokes from soldiers of the British state is a certainty. When all … Continue reading

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