The Observer’s columnist Kevin McKenna is a great writer: I might not always agree with him, but the man knows how to make an argument. Today’s piece about what he sees as the inevitability of Scots independence is a belter.
Unionists, me included, have talked loftily about dangers of break-up and separation in a world that is thirsting for continuity and stability.
Yet we conveniently overlook the fact that London has already broken away from the United Kingdom and now exists as a world super-state governed by the greed of unhindered capitalism and recognisable as British only by its taxis and bad service.
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Have been asked by one person (let’s call her Poppy – as that’s her name) down here where I stand on independence. (After qualifying that I am now a Londoner and rightly will have no say in the matter) I explained my journey to being pro, and that moving did nothing but cement those opinions.
“But, how will you survive without all our money”
Haha, that’s brilliant.