Category Archives: shipbuilding

The Russians are coming!

I have just had the misfortune to stumble over this piece of garbage ‘Why Independence Could Put Scotland In Danger Of Russian Invasion’ by James Cook, a ‘European Technology Reporter’ apparently. I haven’t given anyone a doin’ recently, I’m bored … 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. http://www.scribd.com/doc/231110876/Scottish-Independence  

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Low-flying hospital beds

This recent blog by Craig Murray, the former UK Ambassador to Uzbekistan who blew the whistle on the UK’s  involvement with the ‘rendering’ of people to Uzbekistan to be tortured (can I just say ‘boiled alive’ and leave you with … Continue reading

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(Vote) No ship building on the Clyde

As a former marine engineer in the once proud but now much diminished British Merchant Navy who has worked on several excellent Norwegian built ships, I often wondered why one of the most expensive countries in the world could build … Continue reading

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