The Cricket World Cup drama on BBC radio was bliss.
First they asked for support but the SNP did not give it. Then they came for the people but the Scottish Government did not protect them.
The referendum White Paper marked today as Independence Day.
This is the tale of the ball that doesn’t bounce.
Theresa May is our Prime Minister. For how long is not clear.
The accusations against Alex Salmond will not only damage him, but also his successor. As events turn in their favour, the Nats are at risk of imploding.
Alex Bell has been in Barcelona for The Courier, reporting from the election headquarters of the ERC. Victory for nationalist parties in yesterday’s snap election means independence for Catalonia remains a live issue. However, with less than 50% of the vote, the nationalists failed to secure the majority they wanted.
Valentine’s Day approaches with all the joy and anxiety we associate with love.
It is strange how Britain has two similar nationalist governments.
You wonder if the speech writer who had Nicola Sturgeon say she would “reset” Indyref2 knew the law – to reset is to sell stolen goods. Not the best connotation to bring to mind.