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Cant Believe Cameron Wants To Break Up The Union!

David Cameron is putting party before country! That is the judgement based on his electoral tactic and demeanour. This is sad for those who love the concept of a United Kingdom, and, for those who feel that the country that beat Nazi Germany, helped promote the concept of ‘the rule of law, that helped draw […]

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Scotland Referendum As A Poker Game

¬†Well can you believe what is going on within the British establishment since the vote for independence was won by the NO campaign? David Cameron is now saying he will not give ‘Devo Max’ to Scotland unless English MP’s get an English Parliament. Well clearly this was not what was said in the debates and […]

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Gordon Brown Saves The Day

Gordon Brown has saved the United Kingdom and David Camerons’ job. When the tide of independence was looking to rip the union apart the much maligned figure of Gordon Brown was asked to come on board and persuade the Scottish people not to vote for independence but to forget about David Cameron and his band […]

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Scotland, Don’t Do What Pakistan Did

Today is the big day and hopefully Scotland wont make the same mistake as Pakistan when the British decided to indulge Jinnah’s ego and create a mess called East and West Pakistan. There was no need for it and has led to massive communal killings and numerous wars. What has been the benefit of Pakistan […]

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Betting On Scotlands’ Referendum

The market on the referendum has been one of the best the bookies have ever seen, with some hefty bets piling on the NO campaign. However, with the polls showing a mathematical 50:50 split the price of 1/4 NO is crying to be layed. Apparently you can get 4/1 on YES which is to be […]

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Scotland And England Seperate

The nationalist are marching ahead. In Scotland this is the year in which Scotland has a choice to either stay in the UK or become an independent country. At the same time the UK will also decide on whether they should elect more UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party) members of the European Union – UKIP […]

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