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Blog about the Scottish independence referendum, looking at the issues involved from a variety of perspectives. The blog takes a unionist perspective and is generally critical of nationalism and the Scottish National Party (SNP)

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Blog about the Scottish independence referendum, looking at the issues involved from a variety of perspectives. The blog takes a unionist perspective and is generally critical of nationalism and the Scottish National Party (SNP)

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A blog about the Scottish independence referendum, exploring the issues from a variety of perspectives. The author comments from a unionist point of view and is generally critical of nationalism and the Scottish National Party (SNP)

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Scottish nationalists may have hoped that Scotland would be the next independent country in Europe, but another independence movement has recently come to prominence, threatening to beat them to it. While in Edinburgh five thousand people turned out for a march for independence, reports suggest ...

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Although the nationalists would not like the question to be phrased in this way, the referendum on independence amounts to the following question: Can Scots bear to live in the same country as the English? Scots, who would vote for secession, are really saying we can’t bear to live with such pe ...

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There’s an interesting undercurrent to the debate about whether an independent Scotland would automatically be a part of the European Union. Unionists are generally delighted by the idea that Scotland would have to apply for membership, while nationalists either deny vehemently that such a scen ...

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Scotland voted for its own parliament in 1997. But what if we had instead voted for independence? This is, of course, what the SNP wanted at the time. How would Scotland’s history up until the present day be different if we had made such a choice back then? Some things might have turned out for ...

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