A chance to end artificial alliance

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Author(s) Hugh Reilly
Source The Scotsman
Date September 16, 2014
URL http://www.scotsman.com/news/hugh-reilly-a-chance-to-end-artificial-alliance-1-3542673
Quotes-start.png Disastrous British foreign policy has led to the deaths of hundreds of UK soldiers and the maiming of thousands of others. And for what? Afghanistan is still a mediaeval basket case and IS rules large swathes of Iraq, a country we “liberated”. At home, a new Scotland would build on the sense of social justice that sets it apart from its southern neighbour. Despite the off-stage grumblings of arch-unionist Johann Lamont, the notions of free university education, free prescriptions and free personal care resonate with the majority of Scots who agree with a collectivist approach to helping those in need. Quotes-end.png

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This item argues for the position Referendum should pass on the topic Scottish independence referendum, 2014.