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Adventures in cyberspace. In which I venture into the dug’s den …

Two days ago, a well-known separatist who styles himself as a ‘wee ginger dug’ wrote an article on his blog entitled ‘Why the indy movement needs to crowdfund.’ It was a curiously defensive piece that can be summarised as ‘Pro-independence voices … Continue reading

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Nationalist online fundraisers: can you trust them? Part 2 – the good, the bad … and the ugly?

I ended Part 1 of this two-part post about nationalist online fundraisers – the law and good practice – with six questions I said I’d ‘want answered before I donate money online’: Can I see explained clearly which person, group … Continue reading

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Nationalist online fundraisers: can you trust them? Part 1 – the law and good practice

These two posts include rather more hyperlinks than usual for No Thanks! They are there to evidence the claims and statements I make. You don’t need to click through to them to follow my argument. One of the great claims of Scottish … Continue reading

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If you’re in a hole …

In my recent SNP conference round-up I referred briefly to the continuing saga of the Brain family, and in particular the appearance of father Gregg Brain on the conference platform sporting a badge that was a parody of the badges … Continue reading

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