Scotland will be part of the Common Travel Area and won't require passports (like the ROI).
Shit I'm being sensible at stupid o'clock in the morning.
But he thinks he doesHow's he going to do that? He hasn't got any jobs to give them or any money for benefits.
Just put up signs every 100M pay toll ahead
Should scare them back to the Shetlands like a crucifix to a Vampire. Falkirk to Inverness will be a no mans land....[/QUOTE]
Is the Duke of Cumberland coming back. "Butcher" Cumberland as he is affectionately known north of the Tweed
Great, as a Scot you can have our passports.
But then what if we decide your British one will become invalid for getting into Scotland. Oh dear, how will all the whining English who work on my rig get to work ??, will they have to apply for a Scottish one ??, nah .. we wont give them out to just anyone.
It'll be great. No more whining offshore about us not supporting you when you play football. No more having to point out that the England flag and the British flag are two different things. No more having to listen to you lot going on about how its unfair to make you travel to Aberdeen all the time to go offshore (its within helicopter range of where the fcuking oil is you dullards) and most of all no more having to listen to you whine about how you personally subsidse me. This was from a guy from Norfolk on half the money I am on. On the plus side it'll be fun watching you wait for the next English winner of Wimbledon, good luck with that.
What will happen the next time the Queen goes abroad ??, you cant use a pipe band anymore. No more using that world renowned sight. Not to worry though, I am sure the Queen will look dignified and regal getting off the plane to the sight of two dozen ribbon toting inbred's waltzing about like they are more than a little light on the loafers.
On the plus side it'll be fun watching you wait for the next English winner of Wimbledon, good luck with that.
What will happen the next time the Queen goes abroad ??, you cant use a pipe band anymore.
That'll be the next referendum, Sep 16.Strangely she called me earlier too, to thank me for my service to her Crown and saying how much she was looking forward to remaining Monarch of Scotland regardless of how the vote goes.
What with it being a vote on independence and not the abolition of the Monarchy, and all.
Uganda, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain .......I don't think many of us give that much of a shit.
I am sure the Pipes & Drums of the Royal Irish Regiment or Irish Guards could provide some screeching music? Or posisbly the London Scottish? And of course the bagpipes are not an exclusively Scottish instrument - Nortumberland, Wales, Ireland & Cornwall all have pipes I believe.
It would take a Professor of English Linguistics to get, "Should Scotland become an independent Republic?" out of "Should Scotland should be an independent country?" so yes, I am.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-29126569The Royal Family's future in Scotland has been questioned by pro-independence campaigners such as chair of the Yes Scotland campaign Dennis Canavan, who has said he personally favours a referendumon who should be the head of state.
Members of the Radical Independence movement - a coalition of activists on the left - would also like to enable Scotland to become a republic if it wants to do so.
The other two party leaders arrived with him. Truly, you can tell a man by the company he keeps.And David Cameron and his amigos took time off to come to Scotland to tell us just how much the English love Scotland and its people. Maybe he should have stayed south to work on the natives down there!
And David Cameron and his amigos took time off to come to Scotland to tell us just how much the English love Scotland and its people. Maybe he should have stayed south to work on the natives down there!
A future constitution isn't this vote, so I'm very sure that this vote isn't about abolishing the Monarchy in any way, shape or form.I would have thought that it would depend on what is written in the constitution - there appears to be quite a bit of disagreement amongst Yes voters too.
And so they should. Scotland, NI & Wales have devolved parliaments of some sort or other with varying powers. England does not. So we now have English MPs whinging about Scots being able to vote in the UK parliament on purely English matters. If they are purely English matters WTF are they being discussed in the UK parliament? Get your own and get yourselves sorted out, stop whinging about the Scots, it is your position that is fucked.Any English backlash to this whole affair will be interesting.
Independence - we will demand a tough stance on Scotland and the negotiations.
Remaining - with Scotland getting more devolved powers, Wales and NI having devolution - the English will start to demand some too.