Monthly Archives: September 2014

Ten days after

Originally posted on Wee Ginger Dug:
A guest post by William Duguid Call off the search party, I’m still here. It’s just taken me a bit longer to return to blogging than I expected. It’s not that I’ve been lying…

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Fracking Scotland

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50:50

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An Independent Media for Scotland?

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We are the True Voices of Democracy

Originally posted on My Journey to Independence:
As an American living in the UK, I always (naively) felt the British media was far superior to most of what was on offer in the US. I fell into that same trap…

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Vote rigging nonsense

Have a watch of this. I will apologise in advance for the 10 minutes of your life you won’t get back. I’ve never heard of Christopher Everard before now but clearly he has a bee in his bonnet about the … Continue reading

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Let’s do this

Originally posted on My 45:
For many a Scot, Friday 19 September was greeted with bleary eyes and a weary heart. Weeks, months, years of investigation, opinion and debate had reached a carnival crescendo in the heady days leading up to…

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