I have been neglecting London and my ostensible Nairn project, so it’s back on the Victoria Line with my battered first edition.
It seems to me, as I read around the independence debate, that the people of many countries around the world think that voting Yes is not an issue for big debate. To them, its the logical and obvious thing to do. Winning one's independence is a really big issue, a fantastic opportunity and the Catalans (for example) would give their right arms to have the opportunity that Scotland has this September. Why are we so afraid of it? It's a question that many other nations are asking.