January 2, 2014

Scotland's Independence Bid Obliterated

Robin Mitchinson, The Commentator

Writing from the Isle of Man -- from where you can physically see England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland -- offers perspective. This Manx writer explains why Scotland just isn't going to vote "yes" to independence in 2014. SNP obliteration beckons.

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