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rich47 | 13:12 Fri 03rd Jul 2020 | News
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The tory government has revealed, in glorious technicolour, its true colours when it comes to devolution.
They never believed in it and now are working hard to reverse it. Smug Rees Mogg, odious Boris,
creepy Gove and their pals are all coming out with factually inaccurate statements about Scotland's position within this failing union. Scotland is a nation, not a region nor a district and the existence of the border is enshrined in statutes. The shambles post covid will be as nought compared with the disaster that will be brexit. God help us all.

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Think someone is getting them in a twist here. I have friends and relatives in Scotland and never found them Anti English.
@09.23.Well said,iluvmargie.Nationalists all over the world are universally detested,however Sturgeon seems to get a free pass.Why?She seems to love Central Scotland and hates the rest of our great country.I dont get it.I am a Thatcherite,and the SNP were the the Thatcher enablers.Yet they dont like her up here in Scotland.The SNP made Maggie.For Funks Sake.
YNNAFYMMI, do you agree that Nicola Sturgeon hates the English?

If you do, can you give some examples
I have had many Scottish friends, though they may not have been anti English certainly gave a good account of how they are better at football, rugby, and indeed most sports.
that's funny emmie, I don't remember when Scotland won the world cup in anything!
//that's the last thing they want, wee jimmy has made it very clear she wants the EUSSR to run the country.//

You obviously missed the word 'Westminster' in what I wrote TTT.

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