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Re: Scotland

By Baldman30/6 13:55Tue Jun 30 13:55:09 2020In response to Re: Scotland

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US president undoubtedly. Although he does enjoy a unique currency privilege.

The reason it is relevant is absolutely because Sturge is a Scexit politician.

Imagine if Farage had been UK PM (shudder). He would have frustrated Brussels at every turn and blamed them for every setback and engineered each situation to highlight the negative impact of surrendering sovereignty to a Parliament outside the country. His supporters might even say that he was being conciliatory or statesmanlike but by his very politics we would know that underneath everything he does is in pursuance of his ultimate goal.

Stop me if this starts to sound familiar.....

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