James Kelly seems to have changed his tune about a course of action which he previously denounced as unthinkably irresponsible 'UDI'. More acute observers, of course, realised a long time ago that if Scotland's independence is to be restored this will never be by any process deemed 'legal' by the UK government. It's either 'UDI' … Continue reading A ‘UDI’ of our own
Here in the real world, if a British politician is shown polling results indicating that large numbers of people in Scotland think the UK is not democratic their first thought is to wonder why they are being shown this.
When you hear Jackson Carlaw banging on about a non-existent "commitment" that the 2014 independence referendum was a "once in a generation" event, cut him some slack. He's probably just hamming it up for the cameras
Until the day that Scotland's independence is restored we must proceed on the assumption that the entire apparatus of the British state is set on preventing that ever happening.
When Alex Salmond talks about the way the British parties at Holyrood are behaving in relation to the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act (OBFA) his anger is genuine, palpable and fully justified. He allows his emotions to show to an extent which is rare in politicians. I think that is very much to his credit. … Continue reading Petulant children and mindless vandals