Category Archives: Scottish Politics

Enough With Selfies

The Union is a dissolving faster than Arctic ice. Disintegration is unstoppable, England adrift a certainty. Only Boris’ bluster makes it appear whole and intact. If pigs could vote, the prime minister carrying the slop bucket would get elected every … Continue reading

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The Best of 2019

Kamikaze England is about to commit economic and political suicide by voting for a congenital liar, an unreconstructed narcissist bereft of a conscience but not lost for plans to drop Scotland’s constitutional ambitions into a wood chipper. Scotland is about … Continue reading

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A Week of Crap Television

We’ve reached that time of the year when major supermarket chains pay millions for soft focus commercials squandering profits they could have donated to the homeless and food banks; a time, when we spend millions more on the Victorian tradition … Continue reading

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Destroying Scotland

Regular readers know I take great pains to write informed and informative articles and essays, the latter as well researched as I have time to spare or can read my foxed notes of yesteryear. Empirical evidence is the best way … Continue reading

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Car News: Brexit what dunnit

Your weekly look at all that sucks in the car world, plus some good bits Man of surprises, Elon Musk, Tesla’s unstoppable boss, has said categorically -stressed here for the benefit of doubting union readers – Brexit uncertainty played a … Continue reading

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Corrupting Education

There is renewed interest in the efficacy or otherwise of removing charitable status from Britain’s private schools, (also known as independent schools) many of them in Scotland. There origins lie in wealthy Victorian philanthropists following the philosophy of John Stuart Mill … Continue reading

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Scotland – Now What?

A long sentence: From listening to people bemused by an SNP intent on saving England from self-harming rather than saving Scotland from getting shackled for decades to come, SNP energy is squandered not preparing Scotland’s electorate for the benefits and … Continue reading

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