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Tag Archives: Scottish Independence
Devolution, devolution and more devolution. It is the order of the day. Yet it is not a new phenomenon in our country’s politics. Administrative devolution began in 1885 and was followed, eventually, by legislative devolution in 1999. The arguments … Continue reading
Earlier this month on the blog I published my FOI return surrounding the Scottish Government and NATO’s communications. The returns detailed the following: Only one contact took place between 2007 and 2014 The contact was Scottish Government officials visiting NATO HQ … Continue reading
It was currency unions not military unions which fuelled debate in the final weeks of the independence referendum. Every now and again, however, defence would be raised as a referendum issue. On every occasion the same two arguments from the … Continue reading
As the Labour leadership election draws to a close it looks increasingly likely that far-left’s candidate Jeremy Corbyn will be the man to replace Ed Miliband. Corbyn’s pitch to Labour members and supporters is that he will provide the anti-austerity … Continue reading