A: I suppose the answer is, a pretty uninformed one or the kind that gives up his constituency and constituents and accepts a job at vastly more money, and prestige (even if it is as a patsy) located in Brussels... and the obligatory elevation to the arsetocracy (spelling error intentional) so that he can ponse about calling himself "Lord". In short a pretty despicable one.
We've no language? You tell that to people like Donny Macleod, a man from your own party, Robertson, who were strapped by teachers for speaking Gaelic in the school playground during London's attempt to stamp the language out for good.
They failed and fortunately OUR government is supporting the language.
As well as Scots Gaelic, of course, there is Scots. In the refined circles of the House of Parasites you probably don't hear it much spoken, with all the plumby Eton and Oxford voices, but it does exist in Scotland...(you know, the place where you started to dizzy climb to fame and wealth). They did their damndest to get rid of that too.
We've no culture you say? Well, that reminds me of George W Bush, who said of the Arabs that they had no culture... No honestly, he did. But he was an ignoramus too.
I suppose that in down there in London you'll not know much about it. And why would you. it's foreign to them. And it won't have been taught to you in school because when you were a lad education was run from London.
You'll not have learned Scottish history or literature or music. You'll know about King Henry and his 6 wives, the virgin queen and 1066; you'll have learned Shakespeare and Milton and Wordsworth, and you will have been taught the words to Jerusalem and Greensleeves. But before you make speeches about it, try examining the works of Scots authors and poets, and look at the music and paintings we have.
And it's not all in the past. You need to have a look at National Collective. Have a look at the talent and the work that is being produced today. Whilst we enjoy them too, it's not all Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tom Stoppard, which I'm sure is what you hear about when you are dozing on the red leather benches or enjoying subsidized meals in the restaurants and bars of the palace of Westminster.
Have you been to Edinburgh recently?
Incidentally, I expect that the Spanish government will be indebted to you, such a great international figure, a man of substance, for offering support to the independence movement in the Basque Country. Or maybe not.