In which I argue that the fears being expressed about independence – from welfare to defence capacity to the national debt – are already being manifested right now within the United Kingdom. Yet nobody seems to be arguing that the UK is unsustainable as an independent country…
In which I try (in vain) to think of a single aspect of British identity besides the passport that would die upon Scottish independence.
In which I argue that, far from being a threat to Britishness, Scottish independence could in fact strengthen and enhance Britishness. This article was later republished by National Collective.
In which I ponder the potential implications beyond Scotland of Scottish independence.