One would therefore be forgiven for supposing that he'd be aware that power is relative. What matters in the context of the constitutional issue is not the "sheer might" of the UK in relation to the rest of the world, but the power relationship between the British state and Scotland. From that perspective, the might of the Union is as sheer as it needs to be.
If you want to worry about Russian interference in Scottish elections and referendums then you are, of course, perfectly at liberty to do so. But doing so makes no sense unless you also worry just as much about American interference and EU interference and Israeli interference and Chinese interference and - worst culprit of all - British interference.
Section 30 is all about denying and curtailing democracy. #ScottishUDI is all about enabling and facilitating democracy.
If statues, why not buildings? If we are to destroy statues because they memorialise those who built massive fortunes on a foundation of unimaginable human misery then what about the buildings which memorialise those same people? Where is the line to be drawn? Where does it end? Who decides?
I’ve signed the online petition for First degree murder charges against Derek M. Chauvin. Why don’t you?Tommy Sheridan I have not signed this petition and neither do I intend to. I am happy to explain why. The reason I decline to sign the petition can be summed up in two words - due process. The … Continue reading Due process matters
It's the end of the world as we know it It's the end of the world as we know it It's the end of the world as we know it And I feel fine REM Today (Wednesday 13 May 2020) marks 55 days since I last left the house. Almost eight weeks. 1,320 hours. 79,200 … Continue reading It’s the end of the world as we know it