johnnicholson wrote:I was born in Scotland (West Kilbride), went to school in Scotland, (Ardeer Primary and others) and studied at Edinburgh University. Like many Scots I then worked overseas before returning to make a career in the UK. In England.
I therefore have no vote on the future of my native land. I complained about this to my MP (no reply), and to the Secretary of State for Scotland (bland circular saying 'tough'). I have to stand on the touchline and watch. Now that is tough.
Richard Alexander wrote:People who are registered to vote in Scotland, will get to vote in Scotland.
Here is another example of Westminster control, via the BBC.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cmdRnb3I ... re=related
One of the more morally repugnant aspects of the independence referendum debate is the mind games played by Scottish Unionists and London's media in spreading the myth that Scots are subsidy junkies begging for their next hit at the expense of the English taxpayer.
johnnicholson wrote: I can tell you that if English people were given a vote on whether Scotland should have independence the resounding Yes would deafen Alec Salmond as well as make his day.
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