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- JohnTilley 22nd Sep - 4:47pm
Is it possible that the Bullets were sent by people celebrating and emboldened by the victory of their fellow Unionists in the Referendum in Scotland?
- David Allen 22nd Sep - 4:46pm
Glenn, OK, so you think that the party who are now in charge, who have dominated government for a century, who are bankrolled by the...
- David-1 22nd Sep - 4:43pm
The West Lothian Question is an imaginary problem that's prompted any number of irrelevant 'solutions.' The problem is not one of "Scottish MPs voting on...
- paul barker 22nd Sep - 4:38pm
If all EVEL means is a sort of English Grand Commitee, all the English MPs meeting every couple of weeks to have their say, I...
- Tristan Gray 22nd Sep - 4:13pm
Second map looks spot on. Not so small that its confused with local councils, not so large that it loses all kind of local identity.
- Paul Halliday 22nd Sep - 4:04pm
I am a big fan of Regional Assemblies in England. I think this would be a way to balance the power between the regions and...