Tag Archives: Yes for Scotland
This is Scotland’s lament On the 18th of September Hope pitched its tent, In George Square Thousands went there Hoping for fanfare, Only to meet a nightmare When Clackmannanshire went Now all we’ll remember, Is Yes’s fading ember During the … Continue reading
It now becomes clear. David Cameron has taken some canny advice, and is trying to sabotage the Union.
When I originally wrote this piece almost a year ago, it was entirely in the glib sensibility, honest. I was trying to make light of the landscape of the referendum on Scottish independence at that time. Things were certainly different, … Continue reading
Want a better idea of the state of Scotland’s referendum on independence? Ignore the news and look at the windaes.
Look around. What do you see? For a while what I was seeing confused me. I saw windae after windae with ‘Yes’ signs, and they’re only increasing in frequency, yet I saw no ‘Better Together’ or ‘No Thanks’ signs, until … Continue reading
First off Happy New Year to everyone. Personally speaking I’ve never been one for New Year. With all its nauseatingly earnest celebratory stuff, and what it’s supposed to entail and or mean. Just why do we celebrate what is but … Continue reading