Wee Ginger Dugcast – 29 March 2019

Welcome to the So It’s Not Brexit Day After All edition of the Wee Ginger Dugcast, in which Callum and I discuss Brexit, Theresa May falling on her sword and missing, Orange Flute Bands outside Westminster, the strange case of Ross Thomson, what comes next, the implications for Scotland, and much more besides.

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One comment on “Wee Ginger Dugcast – 29 March 2019

  1. markrussell20085017 says:

    Hi Paul – enjoying your dugcasts and the commentary on the all-consuming horse-shit coming out of Westminster these days. However, might I suggest a little pause to consider your raison d’être and whether now is the time for Scotland to make a stance – rather than waiting for another UK referendum on Europe? If one does materialise, it is very likely that the 2016 result will be repeated with a greater margin than before – and more polarisation between Scotland and England. It can be argued that the SNP are thwarting democracy – if its intention is to remain in the UK Union. The margin for leave was much greater in England than as a representative total for the entire UK – England will always have the democratic prerogative and Scotland’s membership of both Unions is now simply incongruous. A declaration of Independence and withdrawal of MPs from Westminster would allow the transit of the current legislation that permits England’s exit from the EU – and would be warmly welcomed by a majority on both sides of the border. All that is then needed to secure the most desirable outcome is the unification of Ireland and an enhanced package of resettlement for Unionists from Ulster and Scotland to their preferred destination. The longer the SNP and Scottish government wait to declare their intent – the more opportunistic and cowardly they will appear. For everyone’s self-respect, I sincerely hope self-determination features large in the coming days.


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