Tag Archives: Yes

Just get on with it

That’s a message from me to the SNP. Between quagmire of Brexit and the inevitable omnishambolic results of the UK government getting involved in Syria, primarily, you suspect, as a distraction from the former, a sense of urgency has developed … Continue reading

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The aftermath of the independence referendum.

I’m ready to embrace the challenges ahead that independence will bring. The only remaining question is do enough of us want to write our future? That would be No. Currently I’m reading Blood Meridian by Cormack McCarthy. Every engrossing page … Continue reading

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Why I’m voting Yes.

I’ve been writing steadily for about seven years now. Not for one second do I think I’m good, or even average at it. It can be hard to offer an honest, objective appraisal of one’s own work, and really, being … Continue reading

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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

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Why the Scottish inferiority complex should not play any part in debating the merits of voting Yes.

The saying goes that there are only two certainties in life – death and taxes. Well I’d amend that to include a third – that in life nothing is certain. As a Yes voter the certainties, or should I say … Continue reading

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