The first minister — now resigned — failed to claim independence for Scotland and will be remembered for that.
Tag: Scottish independence
Craig Murray: Boris Johnson & the UK Decline
The fallen prime minister is just part of the overall disintegrating process.
Moral Panic Over Refugees in English Channel Is Ugly Face of Brexit
Migration and migrants have for far too long been a grotesque distraction from the real enemy without and within Britain, says John Wight.
Scottish Independence Is Within Sight
Craig Murray says that if you believe Scotland should only move to independence in a Westminster-approved process, then you do not really believe in Scottish independence.
LETTER FROM BRITAIN: Why Labour Lost
Post-election commentary speaks of Corbyn’s party achieving “its worst result since 1935.” Alexander Mercouris shows why that is a serious misrepresentation.
The Story of the UK General Election is not Brexit, it’s the Coming Breakup of Britain
John Wight analyzes the now-shaken British national identity.
The Most Unpopular Government in UK Political History
The disillusionment will be on the same scale as Boris Johnson’s bombastic promises, writes Craig Murray.
Do Not Despair of UK Election
Compared to the unmitigated vilification by normal media, the chance for both Corbyn and Sturgeon to be seen directly by viewers in election coverage will improve the standing of both, writes Craig Murray.
The UK’s Macabre Final Election
The stars have aligned perfectly for those of us who support Scottish independence, writes Craig Murray.
The Incredible Disappearing Nigel Farage & Other UK Electoral Oddities
The media is dropping the Brexit Party leader just when he deserves coverage as a critical factor, writes Craig Murray.