Broken Records Productions Presents!
The SNP should observe a period of silence on independence. First, it’s making such a hash of the issue it’s doing more harm than good. Second, learn from Boris Johnson’s horrific gaff that any talk of the constitution during the Ukraine war repels voters https://t.co/DIZKyu8oZg— NeilMackay (@NeilMackay) March 22, 2022
Neil Mackay argues the SNP should observe a period of silence on independence - fair point, though I suspect its leaders can't resist the temptation to continue promoting themselves and their obsession with Indyref2.
Seems to me if Team Sturgeon had shown the same energy and enthusiasm to other challenges, as they have to 'Indy', Scotland would not be the drug deaths capital of Europe, our economy would be in better shape and Scottish local government would not be a mere shadow of its former self.
Broken Record Productions Presents! (March 20, 2022)
I didn't catch this BBC interview with Nicola Sturgeon, but I think I'm correct in saying the SNP have been banging on about Indyref2 every year since the 'once in a generation' referendum in 2014.
Broken Records and IndyRef2 (June 23, 2021)
A reminder of what I said in a previous post - Covid or no Covid, year after year, come hail rain or shine - nationalists insist it's time for IndyRef2.
Broken Records and Independence (May 04, 2021)
I think I'm right in saying the SNP have called for IndyRef2 in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021.
The reality is that whatever happens - Covid or no Covid - the SNP keep banging on like a broken record whether the voters like it or not.