Four years ago Scotland voted to remain in the United Kingdom. For many of us, that fateful day will never be forgotten. I went to bed at 1030pm the night we voted, I couldn’t bear to watch the result. I figured that I’d rather wake to a nice surprise than watch the possibility of the… Read More Four Years On…Four Years Stronger!
I have been having a look around the Electoral Statistics as held at the National Records of Scotland and something jumped out at me. If we look at the electoral statistics for the General Election and Scottish Elections between 2015 and 2017, something odd occurs.
Many of you may not be aware, I wasn’t until late last nigh,t that there is a planned “day of action” by the SNP on the 29th September. This day of action, which you can read about here is a listening exercise to gauge public opinion on Scottish independence in the face of the looming… Read More And so the End of the Union Begins…
“Scottish” Labour are peddling a fairly sizable lie to the Scottish public at the moment. That lie is regards the testing of primary school children and how it’s wrong and children should not be forced to be tested due to the SNPs education changes. What’s worse is that they are putting words into the mouths… Read More The Lies of Labour – Education in Scotland
Yesterday I had the pleasure in being interviewed by Barrhead Boy on his “Through a Scottish Prism” platform. For those of you who would like to hear me talk about my Do You See It? blog post and other political events of the past week, you can listen here.
It’s been a while since I last blogged. Between work commitments, family holidays and generally taking a break from the rigours of political uncertainty, I felt it best to take a step back and refresh my view. Recently I was discussing independence, as I often do on Twitter with some fellow Yesser’s and I was… Read More Do you see it?
Some of you will know that I recently travelled to the Norwegian Arctic Circle, at 70° N, the furthest north I have been and only 1,400 miles from the geographic North Pole. It was a beautiful country, and notably similar in landscape to Scotland, except for the sun not setting at night, and the May… Read More Scotland’s Nordic Blueprint