By John S Warren Behind the bluster that has sought, somewhat over-anxiously, to articulate the Scottish Referendum result announced on 19th September, 2014 as being in some way “definitive”, there is an uncomfortable Unionist problem; even Unionists do not… Read More ›
By Steve Rushton “If Scotland votes for independence, the United Kingdom in its traditional sense will become meaningless,” asserts Paul Salveson, general secretary of the Hannah Mitchell Foundation which advocates greater autonomy and participatory democracy for Northern England. “There will be a… Read More ›
By Elaine Mulcahy This feels like a dangerous article to write. As an Irish person living in Scotland, I will have a say in the forthcoming independence referendum on 18 September. British people living in the rest of the UK… Read More ›
What are the implications for Ireland of Scotland’s referendum? Interesting Irish perspective on the referendum and the consequences for Ireland with Mark Hennessy and Paul Gillespie. “No matter how it goes, according to our analysts, the implications will be significant…. Read More ›
Britain’s Ancien Regime is in a state of flux and the current situation is loaded with potential and provides those of us striving for the maximum change in society with a historic opportunity.
‘The Executive needs to take a leaf out of Scotland’s anti-sectarian book. Tackling Northern Ireland’s shame requires a robust, thought-out policy with coherent objectives and political will.’
If Scotland becomes Independent, suddenly, Northern Ireland is a constitutional Nobody’s Child.
A Twitter-inspired connection put us together with the excellent Reasonably Raging blog (with thanks to Geopoetic Luke Devlin). By David Tobin We have frequently heard the political slogan, “One Scotland, many cultures”, since it was launched in 2007 to brand… Read More ›