The false flag patriotism of the Tories
This blog isn’t patriotic enough. It needs to be published with a red white and blue background and a rousing chorus of Rule Britannia ought to start automatically whenever you load the page. Andrea Leadsom said so. Asking questions about the negative consequences of Brexit means that you’re in caho...
Westminter's covert plan to block Indy websites
Once again David Cameron and his Westminster government is using deception to try and fool the public. In the middle of last year he called for internet censorship in the UK under the pretence of protecting children from accessing legal pornography, but illegal child abuse sites are already blocked,...
Why be against Scottish Independence?
One of the most heard reasons why people are thinking about voting NO at Scotland's next Referendum for Independence is that they would like to leave everything as it is.
Why support Scottish Independence?
There are plenty of reasons why you should vote YES at Scotland's next Referendum for Independence. After all it's very fulfilling, enjoyable and rewarding to support a positive campaign focused on opportunities and a bright future.
Winners and Losers after Scottish Referendum
55.3% of the voters do not want Scotland to become an Independent Nation. Scotland's referendum for Scottish Independence has passed and the votes have been counted. Who will be the winners and the losers after Scotland's Referendum?