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The truth is the SNP are making a complete mess of governing Scotland

The truth is the SNP are making a complete mess of governing Scotland

James Bickerton April 15, 2017 1

The SNP are very keen to talk about Scottish independence. As a news story I’ll admit this ranks alongside the Pope being a Catholic and bears disposing of bodily waste in the woods. Of

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Weak Idea & Weaker Arguments: The SNP and a Second Independence Referendum

Weak Idea & Weaker Arguments: The SNP and a Second Independence Referendum

Joseph Osborne March 18, 2017 0

With the seemingly ever present issue of Scottish independence bursting its way back into the mainstream political discourse, now that the dust is settling on the debates of Trump and Brexit, it is probably

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Government “Investing in Small Businesses” is a Farce

Government “Investing in Small Businesses” is a Farce

Antony Sammeroff December 14, 2016 0

A recent press announcement reported that Scottish Enterprise, the main economic development agency funded by the Scottish Government, has £15.2 million investment in Aquamarine, a wave energy company that went bankrupt last year. This

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The Referendum’s Aftermath has Shown Up the SNP

The Referendum’s Aftermath has Shown Up the SNP

Kieran Munro November 1, 2016 0

More people in Scotland voted against independence than anything else in the history of Scotland. It isn’t just that the SNP refuse to accept this as an observation of fact, it’s that they cannot

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How Brexit Will Save the Union

How Brexit Will Save the Union

Alexander Fiúza October 9, 2016 0

Enough time has passed since the earthquake of the referendum that the new order can begin to be seen. A much underreported development in this regards the Union. It is not that it won’t

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By Voting for the SNP, Scots are Voting Against Themselves

By Voting for the SNP, Scots are Voting Against Themselves

Alexander Fiúza August 31, 2016 0

It’s been apparent for some time now that the Scotland has developed electoral habits unusually amenable to the SNP. Though their success is a relatively recent development, it has roots reaching back decades. Throughout

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No, young people were not ‘robbed’ of our future

No, young people were not ‘robbed’ of our future

Sophie Sandor June 30, 2016 0

Scotland’s First Minister is now trying to take Scotland out of the UK because more Scottish people voted to remain in the EU than they did to leave – but there is something very

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Do private schools really make you smarter?

Do private schools really make you smarter?

Sophie Sandor January 25, 2016 1

It tends to be that the higher one’s socioeconomic status, the better the school they attend and the better their outcomes; is it down to causation or is it purely correlation? This is the

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Salmond’s Comments On Faith Are Ironically Self-Defeating

Salmond’s Comments On Faith Are Ironically Self-Defeating

Alan Grant September 9, 2015 0

It’s Ok Alex, I Prefer People Who Win Referendums Over Those Who Don’t.  Over the course of the 2012 U.S. Presidential election, presidential candidate – and contender for the title of World’s Most Realistic

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SNP Weighing Up Banning Washing Machines

SNP Weighing Up Banning Washing Machines

Alex MacDonald September 6, 2015 5

The Scottish Government is deliberating over proposals to remove high energy using appliances such as washing machines and tumble dryers, reports The Sunday Post. The “Making things Last” proposals, which are based on “moving

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