The promise to ensure that Scotland has a "strong voice" in the UK has to be treated with great scepticism. Even if it was possible, why would we want a "strong voice" in the UK when we can have a strong voice in the world simply by dissolving the Union and becoming a normal country once more?
Although she has yet to be formally crowned by the British media, Swinson is the de facto 'Queen of the BritNats' and, as such, she must be as fervently opposed to a new independence referendum as her lately de-pedestalled predecessor.
When you hear someone say "They're all the same!", or some variation thereof, you should know that you are listening to an individual who is too intellectually indolent and/or cognitively limited to discern distinctions. An individual who is simply not equipped to analyse beyond the most superficial level. A fool.
Where stands Scotland in all of this? We stand trapped in a web inside a web - the web of the Union.