Scotland’s shame: Holyrood, when a bare hill would have been better

The Scottish Parliament building (Holyrood) is ugly. Horrendous, an eye-sore, laughable, undignified, disgraceful and quite frankly embarrassing; there, I said it. But don't just take my word for it, after all Holyrood did come fourth in a top ten list from 2005 of buildings people would like to see burned to the ground, and was …

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A boundless ego, and the tears of a child: one man’s quest to be the most unlikable c**t

Alternate timeline Lewis Hamilton poses in kilt in photo shoot to 'make amends' after mocking nephew for wearing a 'princess dress' Me: Didn't quite catch that last part; can you repeat it... Lewis Hamilton poses in kilt in photo shoot to 'make amends' after mocking nephew for wearing a 'princess dress' An incredulous Me: So …

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Thoughts after a Night Spent In a Pub Booth in the Company of Students

You have these conversations with folk in the pubs sometimes, wherein immediately, and by those of a similar age to myself, and who most likely attend college or university, instantly decry you as a racist if you so much as voice an opinion that is against such a thing as mass immigration, or interventions, or …

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The Four Stages Behind the Union Of 1707

Foreword: Since its inception, the union was never great, nor was it anything close to a uniting of two nations and their populations. It was the cementing of alliances among the elite; more civilians meant more manpower, labor force and soldiery. More manpower, laborers and soldiery meant further expansions within trade, markets and influence i.e. …

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