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Barry Johns Jul 20
I am an English living in Scotland for near 20 years. At the Indy1 vote, I chose to remain as I felt I had a certain sense of unity to my Liverpool home, to fight the shambolic Westminster govt. Iโ€™m sorry but Iโ€™m done, if comes along then Iโ€™m out. Westminster has fallen
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W G Saraband ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ ๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€๐ŸŒˆ Jul 16
Scotland doesn't need to look to other independent nations to get inspired. We simply need to look at Westminster and quickly realise that Scotland can do much better on its own.
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Angus B MacNeil MP Jul 17
Customs Union Vote 301 to 307 against the now ensures that Scotland's SNP Government has no option but to hold in next year or so -big bad clouds have golden linings.(only applies to Scotland)
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ScotConservatives Jul 20
2,001,926 people voted to keep Scotland in the UK. Itโ€™s time Sturgeon respected the views of the majority and dropped her plans for Sign up to make your voice heard:
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Ross Jul 18
apparently I โ€œshouldnโ€™t fly our flags because Scotland are not a recognised Countryโ€.......aye right!
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Angus B MacNeil MP Jul 12
All countries in the EU that have become independent in last 20 odd years have growth double the UK!!!!.. Independence pays!!! Tell your friends to help eachother - Vote Yes
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Jarad, not Jared Jul 18
after a night spent sitting watching question timeโ€™s and YouTube clips Iโ€™ve joined .
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Caroline Castle #FBPE Jul 16
I find myself looking for any news on in a spirit of desperation now. How long can we go on like this ? Itโ€™s beyond farcical. There is an alternative.
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Gary Thomson 7h
my saltire is flying, just waiting on the starting gun getting fired.
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LJ McDowall โ„๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿด Jul 13
In 2014 I saw victorious unionists snatch the saltire from a young woman's hand and destroy it. I knew at that point i'd made a massive mistake in my "soft no thanks" vote. Then came Brexit. To Scots like myself with close connexion to England: Please support
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William Dunbar Jul 20
Replying to @ScotTories
I voted no last time. I will vote yes next time. The UK l voted for no longer exists. I realise now I was lied to by 'Better Together' & the media. Westminster is undemocratic and doesn't understand Scotland. We are rich enough, smart enough and big enough to succeed.
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WeeHalfPint โœŠโœŒ๐Ÿ‘‘ Jul 19
It always comes back to this. Why people who live in poverty believe that the wealthy will work to give them a slice of their wealth is beyond me. The few that do are definitely NOT in politics.
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Melissa Iacone ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ Jul 16
If you're one of those supporting a second EUref but don't support , you're a massive hypocrite. Because we were lied to just as much about staying in the UK, as we were about leaving the EU.
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Alan Ferrier Jul 17
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WeeHalfPint โœŠโœŒ๐Ÿ‘‘ 8h
Explain to me how some of UKs poor & working class support Boris, Rees Mogg & MPs, who we know will be financially better off after a No Deal Brexit while the rest of us are getting our ration books stamped? They dont think theyre getting a slice of their wealth?Surely
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tamlebam 8h
Disgusting. Wait 50 yrs to see benefit of brexit he says. Easy to say that when you are born into unimaginable wealth like him. These are the cunts who decide our future.
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Raymond Hogg Jul 20
The Finns have got it spot on! Hyvin tehty Jari!!
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pro indy windae cleaner ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ #FBSI Jul 19
I've tweeted this before but needs but needs to be repeated Quebec got 2 votes on independence Australia got 2 shots at at a republic why should Scotland not get the 2nd chance at I think our material change outweigh those countries votes
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WeeHalfPint โœŠโœŒ๐Ÿ‘‘ Jul 13
"Please make me look like a golden shower"
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Graham Purnell Jul 20
My support for isn't about leaving England to its own mess, although TBF that would be a valid viewpoint, it's that the change we all need, including England, won't happen with the status quo. Something needs to change to bring down the Establishment edifice.
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