Thursday, 24 May 2012
In response to yesterday's post, @tartangladbach sent the above graphic via Twitter.
My thought was that the mysterious source's workbase was No 10 although I could be wrong.
Tomorrow the 'Yes to independence' campaign will be launched. The SNP are anxious to ensure "Yes Scotland" is more than the SNP and involves others who believe independence is the country's future. As I said in an earlier post the timing of the campaign is wrong. We have just had the local council elections and people have had enough politics for the time being. Why launch a campaign when the majority of folk are thinking of summer holidays?
It appears a few of the official party-goers aren't too happy with the campaign's direction. Patrick Harvie thinks the efforts to woo centre-ground voters could alienate many on the left, while the leader of the SSP Colin Fox, insists an independent Scotland should be a republic.
An event which should be upbeat and showcasing Scotland at its best may turn out to be a bit of a damp squib, however if the forecast proves correct, the sunshine could be what makes it an occasion to remember.