Tuesday, 02 October 2018 21:59

The Scottish Government vs the English Government, Brexit and the Continuity Bill

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We should hear in the next few weeks what the Supreme Court's decision will be, regarding Brexit, The Scottish Government's Continuity Bill and whether the UK Government will be able to barter off Scotland's resources without Scotland's premission, or not.

I cannot honestly see The Supreme Court ruling in Scotland's favour, as the UK Government would be finished, with regards to Brexit. 

Can you imagine the fallout after that?

Saying that, I believe Mr Mundell and co did say they would ignore The Supreme Court's decision and carry on regardless. What next, would they send the tanks in if we dared question their intentions?

This is not and never has been a union of equals.

Independence is normal.

We are sovereign.

We will decide.

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Supporting Independent Scottish Media

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A pro-independence blog by James Kelly - voted one of Scotland's top 10 political websites.

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