“Scotland has been pursuing a different political course. That is now in starker relief than ever.”
“Because it isn’t about bridges, or the NHS, or the SNP. It’s not even about about Yes or No. It’s “who shall speak for Scotland”?
“I’m beginning to worry that what actually determines our futures isn’t us, but dark money and forces beyond our ken.”
“very often it’s the little details that hint at a broader and deeper truth.”
“That’s the thing about “taking back control” – the border has to go somewhere.”
“power is never given up without an almighty struggle, and that the primary reason for Westminster not allowing a second plebiscite on self-determination is because they will lose.”
“There’s been a major stooshie about plans to turn Stranraer into a lorry park in the seemingly inevitable event of a no-deal Brexit and the likelihood of increased freight through Cairnryan “
Here’s today’s new low. It comes from Manchester, courtesy of the thigh squeezing, serially mendacious unelected Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, and his speech today.
“Five years on, normal self-governance for Scotland is more than just an economic and democratic necessity. It’s an urgent moral imperative.”
“Firstly, there is no hierarchy of courts. Parliament is answerable, equally, to every court in these lands.”