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
Tory MSP Miles Briggs tweeted a Daily Record article which claims that “Nearly a quarter (25%) of operations cancelled by NHS Lothian last year due to staff shortages.” Here is the link
I’m sure you are all aware of the momentous decision taken yesterday by the Scottish Parliament on their motion to NOT agree to the EU Withdrawal Bill at Westminster and to withhold consent. The SNP, Labour, Lib Dems and Greens all voted to withhold consent, leaving the Tories isolated and in effect, against Scotland, her… Read More And So It Begins…
For the first time yesterday I read the McCrone Report (I know, I should have read it sooner). As I read it, I could feel myself becoming pretty angry at it.
So that’s it folks, its official, the Scotland Office is no more. The Scotland Office is now the UK Government in Scotland.
I have a nice blog post for you all today. One that should set you up nicely if you are heading to the ‘All Under One Banner’ march in Glasgow this weekend. If you are, I’ll be there too, so hopefully I can meet some of you.
Yesterday I blogged about whether or not there were Wrongful Political Parties in Scotland. Upon sharing that blog post on Twitter, I was pleased with the number of people who responded too it and shared it – so thank you!
A couple of days ago I wrote a couple of blog posts on the Union with England Act 1707 and Scotland being Politically Occupied Territory. Upon finishing these and seeing responses across social media, I wanted to dig a little deeper into what the law states about Devolution, The Union with England Act 1707 and… Read More Wrongful Political Parties in Scotland?
I’m sure many of you are aware that the very fabric of the United Kingdom is intertwined in the Act(s) of Union (1707 and 1800).
For some time I have felt that the Brexit vote is being used as a proxy to take momentum away from Scotland’s independence movement. Some of you may agree, so of you may not. It’s difficult for me to describe exactly why I believe that is the case without much verifiable information, but I shall… Read More Brexit – The Scottish Independence Deception!