Tag Archives: The Scots

Don’t be fooled: EU enthusiast Theresa May is intent on subverting Brexit

Robert Henderson In office for less than 48 hours,  Theresa May   showed her true colours and intentions for Brexit when she made the remarkable promise that Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty will not be activated until there is agreement … Continue reading

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 SNP XMAS NOVELTIES 2015

  FORTH ROAD BRIDGE  CONSTRUCTION SET Have hours of fun building  the bridge then  watch it collapse just when you think it’s finished. REFERENDUM SNAP! The game is played with a pack of 52 cards. 51 of the cards are … Continue reading

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Who will  speak for England?

Robert Henderson It is a singular thing that the question of English votes for English laws let alone  an English Parliament  has gone almost unmentioned during the 2015 general  election. There has been a great deal of noise made by … Continue reading

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SNP 2014 XMAS NOVELTIES

UK Devolution Constitution jigsaw A deceptively difficult puzzle. Simple in principle because where the pieces should go is very obvious, but some people, and British politicians in particular, find it impossible to finish because they say they cannot to see … Continue reading

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How Scotland said no

Robert Henderson Great is the wailing and gnashing of teeth of the independence side as they try to come to terms with rejection in the Scottish referendum. The  Scots National Party (SNP) politicians and much of the mainstream media are … Continue reading

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Salmond vs Darling round 2 – The  shameless chancer versus the trembling incompetent

Robert Henderson The second Darling vs Salmond debate on 25 August was even more depressing than the first. It might have been thought that having gone through one debate the palpable nervousness both showed the first time round  would have … Continue reading

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Alex Salmond is a chancer in the mould of Paterson and Law

Robert Henderson William Paterson was the main mover of the Darien disaster which bankrupted Scotland in the 1690s through a mixture of ignorance, general incompetence and embezzlement; John Law was the Scot who ruined the currency and economy of Louis … Continue reading

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