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Joining the SNP – In England!

People seem puzzled by the fact that I live in rural Oxfordshire (just 14 miles from David Cameron’s constituency), but I am a paying member of the SNP. ‘But they don’t stand down here, you have no-one to vote for.’ … Continue reading

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The End of the Independence dream?

I have taken a couple of days to mull over the outcome of the Scottish Referendum and it seems to me that a large proportion of the Scottish people were suffering from some kind of ‘Stockholm Syndrome’. On a lighter … Continue reading

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Missing the point of the Independence Debate?

On Thursday the 18th September the Scottish people go to the polls to vote in the Independence Referendum and at the time of writing it seems the vote is pretty much split down the middle and apparently it is too … Continue reading

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