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SCOTCH NUMPTY PARTY  XMAS NOVELTIES 2016

Single Party State Monopoly A boardgame  for four or more players. The object of the game is to capture all the MSP seats. Weighted dice ensure SNP always win   Wee Pretendy Parliament   Kit When assembled  looks to the casual … Continue reading

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Killing two political birds with one stone

Resolving the UK’s unfinished devolution and the Irish border  questions Robert Henderson Brexit provides a wonderful opportunity to  deal simultaneously with  two major political difficulties.  These  are  the  unbalanced devolution arrangements  in the UK and   what is to be done  … Continue reading

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Brexit: The threat from  the Remainers…and how to refute and defeat them

Robert Henderson The anti-democratic behaviour of the remainers over the EU referendum vote  is not a surprise but the brazenness and crudity of their attempts  is still shocking  and deeply  worrying  because  a majority of those with power and public … Continue reading

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Lord Palmerston sums up all that Brexit is about

Lord Palmerston:  “I hold with respect to alliances, that England is a Power sufficiently strong, sufficiently powerful, to steer her own course, and not to tie herself as an unnecessary appendage to the policy of any other Government. I hold … Continue reading

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Film review – Brexit: the movie

Director  and narrator Martin Durkin Running time 71 minutes As an instrument   to rally the leave vote  Brexit: the movie is severely flawed.  It starts promisingly by stressing the loss of sovereignty , the lack of democracy in the EU … Continue reading

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 How England became the mother of modern politics

English exceptionalism – The political success of the English – Why was England so different? – The treatment of foreigners -The Free-Born Englishman – Equality and privilege -The mediaeval elite ideology -The Peasants’ Revolt -Anti-clericism -The Black Death -The limits … Continue reading

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Book review – Displacement

The story of  a man resigned to being a victim because he does not realise he is a victim Author Derek Turner Obtainable from  Amazon Review by Robert Henderson In his last work Sea Changes Derek Turner offered a large … Continue reading

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