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ref date:1 Dec 2000 (WBA)
McLeish in a dream world

With St.Andrews day behind us we see Henry McLeish making this little gem of a statement to pupils in a Scottish high school.

"My simple plea is for Scots to be proud and to be confident. We should be a country which doesn't look for excuses. We should be a country which can overcome any problems we may have - heads held high, always walking tall."


We will only walk tall and be a country and a NATION when we cut the cancerous English-Scottish union from our ballot papers and compete as every other small European nation does for business and respect. We are under Englands thumb, the thumb controlled NOT by the people of England but by the oil and tax hungry Westminster politicians who see Scotland as nothing more than a cow to be milked dry.