So before I start on this blog post, let me make something clear. This is a post about why I believe we have made a collective error in judgement by ‘resetting’ the legislative plan for Indyref2.
My thoughts are that I fear Nicola Sturgeon putting the legislative process to rest for a while regards Indyref2 is costing Scotland the opportunity to leave the UK behind financially post Brexit. Continue reading
So Jackie…what are you up too?
Reporting Scotland reported on the exam results last night, Jackie started off by saying that there was a record number of Scottish children being able to obtain a place at university because of their exam results and that this included an increase in the number of children from deprived areas but critics say this is despite SNP policy…. Continue reading
Is anyone else bothered by the apparent lack of ANY rebuttal by the Scottish Government against the way the UK mainstream media reports in Scotland?
On an almost daily basis, we see another story about how Scotland is failing, when in fact it is the opposite. Continue reading
As you all know there has been a rash of articles from prominent figures ‘within’ the Yes movement who are calling out people who share a deeper desire for independence than those calling out the behaviour.
The problem I have with it is simple – who the hell are they to tell anyone who wants independence that they are not welcome to the debate? Continue reading
So Scotland you have allowed the Wolves to come out to play…
This will be interesting to see where this ends up. I predict 3 possible different scenarios:
- Yes comes together, stronger but under a ‘grass roots’ banner
- Yes comes together, weaker but under the SIC/SNP and Green banner
- Yes splits, weaker under a ‘grass roots’ and SIC/SNP and Green banner
As an independence supporter I like the idea of a baby box.
Some will see it as a waste of tax payers money, others, like me will see it as tax payers money well spent.
According to the Scottish Government the cost of the baby boxes will be £8 million for the first year and then £7 million per year thereafter. Continue reading
So whilst ‘Yes’ is in a state with itself and risking a fracture, the UK Government is well and truly already there.
What surprises me about ‘Yes’ is that it’s not focussing on what it should be. It should be shouting at every opportunity the continual mess that Brexit has become. Continue reading