Category Archives: propoganda

Scotland’s Friendly Games

I’m on holiday this week and next and my brain has kind of switched off from the independence debate thanks to giving myself a break from the constant Twitter feed and indy site reading that I normally indulge in. But … Continue reading

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A collection of arguments supporting Scottish independence

A truly excellent piece of work on the issues surrounding the independence debate. One for the Undecided and No voters to have a good read over.  

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The UK home buyer

I have a personal, independence related, dilemma and it is one that I suspect many of us might share. When I say ‘us’ I mean those who are in the financial top 40% of the population, the ones who earn … Continue reading

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Tom Brown, schooled

This article appeared in today’s (July 3rd) Daily Record newspaper under the heading “Independence referendum: Legendary political commentator Tom Brown explains why he fears for his family’s future should Scotland vote Yes“. I had never heard of Mr Brown until … Continue reading

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Quoting Sara Sheridan

The BBC occupies a hallowed place in our media landscape. Funded by the license fee, it’s effectively responsible to us, the public. Growing up in the 70s it was regarded as the baseline for unbiased reporting and today trust remains … Continue reading

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