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A small thing happened yesterday – online abuse and nationalism

A small thing happened yesterday.

One of the people I follow on Twitter was called a ‘turncoat’ by someone I didn’t know. It transpired that the ‘turncoat’ was a local councillor who had recently changed political parties, as it happens from the SNP to Labour. 890 more words

Scots govt. ignored own experts on windfarm approvals

If this is what devolution does for people, I’m not sure it’s worth the candle.

A group of land and heritage bodies has joined forces to attack the Scottish government’s wind farm policy. 212 more words


Oodles of doodles.

1st week of February 2015

I can’t resist knocking up a few drawings of colleagues and things, when I’m in meetings. The minute somebody else starts rabbiting on…doodling passes the time! 18 more words

A brief word on (last years) Scottish Independence

So Salmond..

Strange kind of ‘leaving behind’, keeping the pound, London dictating economic policy, keeping the Queen, hundreds of thousands of Scottish jobs dependent on the UK market. 222 more words

Politics, Religion, And Society

Scottish Independence decision not to be taken lightly

The Scottish independence referendum is not something you should think lightly on, and come September 18th 2014 everyone should have thought deeply on the matter and considered all options- after all, there is the potential for 300 years of history to be broken and it would mean drastic change for everyone. 243 more words

Jurisprudence by J. Salmond


Author: Salmond, John William, Sir, 1862-1924
Subject: Jurisprudence
Publisher: London : Stevens and Haynes
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English
Digitizing sponsor: MSN
Book contributor: 11 more words


Who Gave The Broadcasters Authority to Regulate the Leaders' Election Debates

So the current state of play is that Cameron won’t take part in the TV Leaders’ debates unless the Greens can, and OFCOM says that the Green’s can’t. 640 more words