Tag Archives: Scottish Referendum.

Post-Referendum Scotland, an Update.

I had hoped to move away from the political situation up here, but I notice that a number of my followers are political bloggers who are overseas. Sadly UK media websites tend to be London based. The main ones used, … Continue reading

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Reflections on the Scottish Referendum Vote.

I have often observed that the level of support for Scottish Independence is mirrored by the fortunes of the Scottish Football team. Earlier this month Scotland played Germany in Germany and lost 2-1. The Germans scored first, followed by an … Continue reading

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A Christian Perspective on the Scottish Independence Referendum.

As I write this the clock is ticking towards the date of the Scottish Independence referendum on 18th September 2014. Much of the campaigning has dwelt on financial matters with each side claiming that people would be financially better off … Continue reading

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