Tag Archives: Yes campaign

Just Another Dream?

In my half-awake state this morning I heard Justin Webb report on increased food prices, decreased supply and general hardship due to newly erected border controls. By Christ! I can’t have slept that long, can I? But I was quickly … Continue reading

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Never Mind the Ballots – a parable

A while ago, in an attempt to give a friend a few words of big-sisterly-like pre-wedding advice, I came up with the following – ‘a few years down the line you might look around and think you can do better … Continue reading

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Selling Scotland by the Pound/Euro/Groat…

Let’s forget about the currency debate for a while – well those riding on a wave of nationalistic nirvana don’t seem to think that’s very important after all… Let’s imagine what a country desperately ‘open for business’ would bring. How … Continue reading

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Yes? No? Just go, go, go!!

Went to see The Referendum Review Show yesterday at the Free Sisters. With – even by Fringe standards – an inauspicious setting (basically a cupboard) and a difficult remit: a non-partisan view and revue of the Referendum debate so far … Continue reading

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The Road to Independence can be Murder!

Just to let you know that Edinburied will be released this Monday (21 July) and will be available from Kobo, Barnes & Noble and all the other major ebook stores; with Amazon hopefully not far behind. So if you’re looking … Continue reading

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A Hero For These Times…

Let me introduce you to Fraser – former Bros lookalike from Stornoway who came to Edinburgh hoping the elegant Georgian streets would be paved with gold.  But now – fourteen years later – all he has to show is a … Continue reading

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Oh, shut up!

I know I’m meant to be getting on with my book and I’ve had to resist doing my blog for a while – although there’s been loads in the news to comment on. However… when that Old Etonian blubber boy … Continue reading

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