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benniebone
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #2250 on: Today at 10:09 AM »
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This announcement re security dangers from Cameron is designed to make people forget about Scotland and its independence issues and create a fug of panic I repeat do not break up the UK soon Salmon and Cameron will be small footnotes in the History books and perhaps in the next elections we'll be more thoughtful as to who we vote for
 
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #2251 on: Today at 11:07 AM »
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Given that GB won't exist other than geographically, is this surprising?  Also the article is so short it gives you no clues as to how he would vote were he able to.  Listening to debates is indicative of nothing other than an interest in what's going on.
  I don't read very much into it all, to be honest. Lots of folk might say he's been playing like he was a true Scot since he came back from surgery, of course, and they probably will now!
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #2252 on: Today at 11:34 AM »
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http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/aug/29/jim-murphy-scotland-better-together-speaking-tour-suspended-intimidation

The ugly side of nationalism.
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #2253 on: Today at 11:49 AM »
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  It's ugly all right, but passion in politics is always ugly. No side is free from it, and all responsible people condemn it.  However as long as no-one gets hurt, it's just theatre.
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #2254 on: Today at 12:57 PM »
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I take issue about Scots being mean. Most Scots donate to charities and visitors are made welcome to Scotland.It just shows the ignorance of people making these comments and I just don't include the English I am sure there are plenty of other nationalities who can be called mean but you don't get them being insulted.
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #2255 on: Today at 01:04 PM »
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Scots dont have a monopoly on caring in fact we are a notoriously mean race.

Seems like MT is actually a Scot.
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #2256 on: Today at 01:17 PM »
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Seems like MT is actually a Scot.
I think most people would've already worked that one out by now Boogers!
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Re: Scottish politics « Reply #2257 on: Today at 01:20 PM »
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I've worked out MT's nationality but not gender.     Not that it matters.     He//she is wrong about Scots being mean as he/she is wrong about everything else he/she has posted on this thread.
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