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“Haste ye back”, indeed, Lynda, “we owe ye dearly!”

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    Alas, Robert, I can’t agree with you there. The BBC is heavily biased, notably, over the EU and climate change.

    In democracies people get the politicians they deserve and if this is all we can find to differentiate between the two candidates, the Brexit one should go on to see through the will of the people expressed in the referendum.

    If Nicola wants another independence referendum because of that then she should go for it, although I doubt whether the outcome would be any different.

    Britain getting a deal with continued access to the single market like Norway and Switzerland i.e full access, plus new deals with Commonwealth and other countries, will demonstrate the weakness of Nicola’s imagined case that Brexit will damage Scotland – it won’t and an independent Scotland should follow the Norwegian/Swiss route.

  • Argyll & Bute’s MP says ‘Brexit shown to be a slogan not a thought out plan’
    All Mr Cameron’s “experts” told us of the economic doom that would “inevitably” follow a Brexit win. Yet the stock market is apparently now higher than at any time in the last two months???

    Can any one explain what has become of the “Great Crash of Brexit, 2016”?

  • Argyll & Bute’s MP says ‘Brexit shown to be a slogan not a thought out plan’
    “Brexit has already been shown to be a slogan rather than a thought-out plan..”

    Just like Scottish Indy campaign in 2014, then?

  • Watch this – Professor Michael Dougan talking to Liverpool University staff before the EU Referendum vote
    It is common knowledge – and well established – that falsehoods were supplied ‘on an industrial scale’ by both sides.

    The fact is, at the end of the day, we will have access to the single market – the EU will want to keep us close – and will be back in control of our own country, no matter what the doom-mongers say.

    And if we are in the single market, then Scotland won’t suffer from any trade disadvantages so there will be no need for another Scottish independence referendum.

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