I can certainly understand why the Scottish Government would not want to be associated with this folly. As, I suspect, can Andrew Tickell. People should read his recent article in the Sunday National (thenational.scot/news/18669686). | Scottish Government pulls out of Section 30 People’s Action court case | The National thenational.scot/news/18673030

No level of public support is sufficient to bring about the restoration of Scotland's independence absent a process by which that support can be expressed in an exercise of our democratic right of self-determination. At this time, no such process is in place or in prospect.

| The National thenational.scot/news/18669754

The question people should be asking is, not whether Scotland could survive as an independent nation, but whether Scotland can survive as a nation without independence. peterabell.scot

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The overarching criterion for deciding questions of parliamentary competence is democratic legitimacy, not legality.



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