|The Barclay Brothers (friends of Mrs Tahtcher) who live on the Channel Island of Sark,|
where there is no company law,
have offered Cochrane a bonus to write his lying drivel,
according to 'Private Eye',
no huge friend of Scotland or our independence.
Never mind honest journalism, just don't lose the Tories the oil money.
Journalist? Dirty money grubbing little *&^%$£, more like.
I've got the Herald live feed on that pings with new info. My council East Ren is still verifying the votes, whatever that means! Guardian going mad at moment re the YouGov "exit poll" showing 8 point no lead. Tris - fingers and toes crossed they are wrong.ReplyDelete
Well, it's not an exit poll, because there are no exit polls done on referenda. It must be something else Yougov have done.Delete
Keep on seeing figures on Twitter which are good for YES, but then my Twitter Feed isn;t exactly impartial.
I understand that there have been some ballot papers taken away by police for fingerprinting... and that a YES vote was found in a pile of no votes in Dundee... although that could be a simple error.
It's SHITE being Scottish! We're the lowest of the low. The scum of the fucking Earth! The most wretched, miserable, servile, pathetic trash that was ever shat into civilization. Some hate the English. I don't. They're just wankers. We, on the other hand, are COLONIZED by wankers. Can't even find a decent culture to be colonized BY. We're ruled by effete assholes. It's a SHITE state of affairs to be in, Tommy, and ALL the fresh air in the world won't make any fucking difference!ReplyDelete
That's the Tories a shoe-in next May. Congratulations Scottish Labour. Guess you really are proud Scots but.
Gutted. Can't think of anything to say now.
Will write more later..
Well, all done and dusted at six o clock....very disappointed in my fellow Scots- but not, by god, in the people of this radical toun. UDI for Dundee!ReplyDelete
LOL... that's an idea.Delete
Dundee was the only bright light in this miserable country. If I am not out of the country it may be the only refuge for us Yessers.Delete
Well Glasgow was pretty hot for it too, which must worry Lamont.Delete
What a shame.
This was only our first bite at the cherry, there will be another chance; hopefully not too far into the future.ReplyDelete
Well, I don;t think that you can put what we had back in the box and if they think that, I suspect they will find to their cost that it won't happen.Delete
You'll never get another chance for a generation at least. What the hell is wrong with you people? The English were relying on you to bugger off! ;-)ReplyDelete
Well maybe you should have got your act together and told your Government in Westminster to bugger off out of it, and taken the trash that is Labour with them.Delete
We were relying on uis to bugger off as well.Delete
Unfortunately we remain a part of the evil empire. Along with the Falkland islands and other tax havens.
Still we'll be off to war again pretty soon, if Osborne can borrow some more money, so they'll be able to get rid of a pile of us and call us "their brave boys".
Not my government, I'm English not British. Besides I buggered off to New Zealand to get away fro Westminster's pro Scots agenda.ReplyDelete
So, from the BBC feed, it's about 55% NoReplyDelete
So who's checking for postal vote fraud?
No one seems to think that the fraud is serious Illy.Delete
If they did someone from the government would have taken it on board.
The police are investigating some fraud, but it was miniscule.
It's all England now. Scotland is just a wee insignificant county.Delete
It does not end here!ReplyDelete
NO. You can't put all these people back into a box.Delete
I doubt Cameron would be able to come here now without being roundly boo'd by vast numbers of people. I suspect he will stay away.
There's no reason for him ever to visit here again. It';s not like he's going to get any votes.
A referendum victory won by Project Fear frightening voters into voting NO and last minute lies by the media that there will be Devo-max is not a worthy or legitimate victory – and so despite this setback the campaign must go on.ReplyDelete
At the Accord Hospice charity dinner event in Paisley during 2013 Andrew Neil of the Politics Show said:-
“Devolution, the Calman Commission, the Scotland Bill, the Edinburgh Agreement, all of this and more you have, is because Westminster parties are scared of the SNP. If you vote NO you massively change the balance of power and they will not only give you nothing, but will probably take powers away from the Scottish Parliament”.
Honest words indeed from a committed unionist and leading expert on Westminster politics.
Yes. I agree with Neil there.Delete
The Tories now have Labour in their pockets. They have more or less obliterated the Liberals by letting them have some responsibilities in their government.
No one to fight for Scotland now against the nobs, except the people.
It's like going back 100 years.