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Good luck Nicola. Let's do it this time.

It’s the time because you guys decided to go Brexit! Now you’re gonna reap what you’ve sewn! 

Majority of Scots now want independence and Brexiteers fly into a panic. If Scotland has such a huge deficit (it does not) why are you English/British nationalist so desperate to keep paying for

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15 hours ago, evadgib said:

This'll have the McMafia 'greetin' in their porridge 😷

Scottish businesses to benefit from UK-Japan trade agreement

 

 

It is a UK government link. Even they are not so stupid as to tell the truth about their incompetence, lies or corruption. What do you expect them to say?

 

While we do make blue cheese in Scotland, I am not sure that any uptick in blue cheese sales will be sufficient to offset the massive negative impact which will be felt in Scotland from the stupidity of the Brexit we overwhelmingly rejected but is being forced upon us by another country.

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11 minutes ago, evadgib said:

No 'we (🇬🇧) ' didn't & No you (🇬🇧 whether you like it or not; read the T&C's) weren't; 'We (🇬🇧)' overwhelmingly voted to hoof the 🇪🇺 & that's exactly what has occurred.

You keep telling yourself that but the support for independence keeps rising. What do you think - 60% by the end of the year? Maybe 40% in Wales by then? Who would have thought that the UK's last act of empire would be the one thing that unraveled the whole shebang?

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8 minutes ago, RuamRudy said:

You keep telling yourself that but the support for independence keeps rising. What do you think - 60% by the end of the year? Maybe 40% in Wales by then? Who would have thought that the UK's last act of empire would be the one thing that unraveled the whole shebang?

Moves are afoot to void the union of 1707. Who do you think will be the main beneficiary if that takes off...? 

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1 hour ago, RuamRudy said:

 

 

He is a very popular figure in the independence movement so I am sure it would be welcomed. You see, despite your frequent baseless lie which you throw out before scurrying away to hide when challenged, the fact is that Scottish independence is outward looking and inclusive, and is barely tainted with the nasty racism and xenophobia that oozes from every facet of Brexit. 

Alex Salmond lied to the Scots before your one and only referendum, and when the Scots hear the real implications of partitioning it will be a case of 'nay way Jimmy'. 

The SNP and its followers have a tendency to be very economical with the truth and what is my baseless lie you would like me to prove to you that hasn't already been proven.

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4 minutes ago, vogie said:

Alex Salmond lied to the Scots before your one and only referendum, and when the Scots hear the real implications of partitioning it will be a case of 'nay way Jimmy'. 

The SNP and its followers have a tendency to be very economical with the truth and what is my baseless lie you would like me to prove to you that hasn't already been proven.

 

Your assertion that the SNP is a fundamentally anti English entity, and that the desire for Scottish independence is driven by a hatred of the English.

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6 minutes ago, vogie said:

Alex Salmond lied to the Scots before your one and only referendum, and when the Scots hear the real implications of partitioning it will be a case of 'nay way Jimmy'. 

The SNP and its followers have a tendency to be very economical with the truth and what is my baseless lie you would like me to prove to you that hasn't already been proven.

You've just told another one; They've had TWO 😎

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Just now, vogie said:

The only people that wish to move in a different direction are the SNP, the Scots have proven that they are happy to remain within our union.

 

The Scots, by a majority, supported independence in 2014. Independence was, unfortunately, nixed by English and European voters topping up the votes of the minority of Scots who voted in support of the union. But that is how the voting franchise was set up so there is no point complaining. 

 

Since then, more and more English and European voters, plus sceptical Scots, have moved to the indy side. Such that the only people who want to remain in the union are those Labour supporters who still fetishise about a socialist brotherhood, and those ever diminishing tories.

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