Tag Archives: Britain

Now comes the Winter of our Discontent

From the Nightmares of Summer to the Winter of our discontent. How short a time it seems since early summer, and how much has happened since. To begin with we had the vote and the announcement in the Scottish Parliament … Continue reading

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To Live in the early days of a Better Nation

The plan for government introduced by the First Minister yesterday caught everybody by surprise, both her detractors and her supporters. Nobody but nobody was expecting it,and it caught everyone on the hop with its vision, its breadth of intent, its … Continue reading

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Unionists are Not Unionists

It may seem a strange thing to say, but unionists are not unionists. Whatever they may be, or whatever they think they are, what they are decidedly not is Unionist. Many residents of Scotland when asked how they identify themselves, … Continue reading

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British Copyright

Who has the copyrite of being British? The Unionists have been making a big play on Britishness for ages, and Into overdrive mode since the Independence referendum became a reality. Union Jacks here,Union Jacks there, here a Union jack, there … Continue reading

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