What If….?

Now before you read on, this blog post is conjecture.  It is not based on ‘hard evidence’, its speculation but in my opinion it is worth-while speculation.

Brexit and the missing £400odd billion really has caused financial alarm across the UK, not that you’d really notice due to the complete lack of volume surrounding the loss of nearly 25% of the entire GDP of the UK. Continue reading

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SNP Voters are the Light in a Darkening UK

It’s not often headlines grab my attention and take me aback.  Like many of you in Scotland you will have seen them all and most do not surprise you, however, they will, like me, make you laugh!

Pre-2014 and right through to present day we see the most obscure and wildly inaccurate headlines anywhere, so when one does take me aback, I pay attention to it. Continue reading

Beware of the Brexit NO DEAL to stop Independence!

Simply put, that is what the current UK Government are going to do to stop the independence ‘threat’.

The current ‘negotiations’, if you can call it that, are locked in a stale mate with the EU saying the ball is in UK hands and the UK saying the ball is in the EU’s hands. Continue reading

Indyref2 must NOT turn out like the Catalonia Referendum?

I have had this debate on Twitter with many pro-independence people and pro-union people.  They both come up with different points of view, but both fail to understand the history of oppression that the British Government has inflicted upon ‘colonies’ wishing to become independent when the tide turns against their media propaganda and they push ahead with the vote regardless.

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Another Nail in Scotland’s Coffers – I mean Coffin!

The incumbent Prime Minister of this dis-United Kingdom is on a jolly to Florence to deliver a speech to foreign ‘leaders’ on many things, notably Brexit – of course no EU delegates are reported to be in attendance.

It’s rumoured that she will propose that the UK, in all its wisdom, will offer the EU approximately £20,000,000,000 as part of a transitional deal allowing it to remain within the Single Market and develop its own ‘bespoke’ Customs Union with the EU for 2 years. Continue reading