Am I the only one who sees the problem with this?

Why would we, in one breath assert the sovereignty of the people of Scotland and in the next allow that the British state has the rightful authority to question the choices made by the sovereign people of Scotland? What kind of 'sovereignty-lite' does the Reverend Campbell envisage? Is this conditional sovereignty conceptually similar to the idea of 'managed democracy'? I think we should be told before we commit to anything.

A can of worms

That someone as prominent as Alex Salmond has elected to intervene in what I wearily suppose will shortly be dubbed the 'Wingsgate' scandal, is quite significant. If nothing else, it serves to demonstrate just how important alternative media have become. His intervention is doubly significant for the fact that, as well as concisely stating the … Continue reading A can of worms