It sounds like a horror movie, but in fact it it the front page of today’s Daily Record.
For some perspective, here is Nick Clegg vowing to do something:
I see that David Cameron made an impassioned plea yesterday for Scots to vote NO in the referendum on independence.
Britain, he said, is a “brave, brilliant, buccaneering, generous, tolerant, proud” nation.
Yes that is indeed what he said……
He added that if Scotland did vote Yes that the remaining UK would be holding on to all the Doubloons and Pieces of Eight…..
I was struck by David Cameron’s resemblance to someone this week:
I published this elsewhere earlier in the week and BLFP reader Bobby J sent me this marvellous link from the Glasgow Herald from 13/11/1981
Whilst following Bobby’s link I found this ad:
A sobering thought to consider what a Betamax VCR cost in 1981!
The European Union.
An idea to bring Europe’s nation states together in a mission of common purpose. To have the same laws and regulations despite huge differences in climate, culture, and political legacy. To have fiscal, monetary and eventually political union.
My blogfriend Adullamite draws my attention to a Daily Telegraph Quiz which reprises David Cameron’s appearance on Letterman. Now to be fair, like Cameron I didn’t know who wrote Rule Britannia but faced with four alternatives I picked the right one.
Here’s how I did:
To be honest, a couple were educated guesses. I actually wasn’t sure on the dog collar! The question I got wrong was the one relating to the percentage of Conservative voters in Wales.
Why not see how you get on and report back.