To me I think, if the majority of Scotland wants to be independent, what's the problem with them being so?
The majority (around 66% usually) do not want it. It won't happen. Plus it's not really independence when you're desperate to join the EU and be run from Brussels. Break from one more powerful neighbour and join another even bigger?
The sooner Salmond gets his comeuppance (although he'll still spin it to his advantage somehow) the better. If only we had a Farage type up here proposing to disband the Scottish Parliament and renounce devolution altogether...
For something only supported by 30% (pretty static for decades btw) it is outrageous the amount of airtime and media coverage independence gets. Salmond's puppet running the show lives across the road from me, he'll not be looking so smug when he loses the referendum as well as the plot.http://www.thinkscotland.org/todays-thi ... full=11885
As for Farage he should have done a Prescott and malkied those student fuds. What a riddy for Edinburgh.
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