But it won't. The heavy skew in population still means its just one or two cities dictating how the rest of us should live. And to be honest, I suspect London has far more in common with Aberdeen than Glasgow does.rossi46 wrote:It's got nothing to do with 'English hating Nats' and everything about letting the Scottish people make their own decisions for themselves. The argument has gone way beyond removing Tories and other tosh like that. It's about voting to live in a progressive, more liberal society. One where the Scots get to make the rules we live by.Nemesis wrote: Ant, you're restoring my faith in the Scottish people beyond some of the English hating Scot Nats that have blighted this referendum.
Today, on more than one occasion, I've heard how 'Scotland' wants rid of Trident. Does it? I don't. I'm pretty sure the people who are thriving on its economy don't. Remove Trident and it gives us more unemployment, less taxes, greater support costs... it's just another catchphrase that sounds good on the surface until the slightest hint of inspection shows it up.