The Herald newspaper have published results of a survey of their readers, and it must be choking them. 😃
If there was a second Scottish independence referendum
Westminster voting intentions
If there was a second EU referendum
@fitheach Buy land near Rosyth.
Being somebody who doesn't buy newspapers, which way does the Herald lean anyway, pro or anti? I.e., how much selection bias is there here?
@fitheach Wikipedia says the Herald backed No but said: "The Herald's view: we back staying within UK, but only if there's more far-reaching further devolution." So a move towards Yes wouldn't be terribly inconsistent, but good to know they're not already highly Yes anyway.
Re Rosyth: just thinking an independent Scotland joining or in the EU would presumably expand its ferry links to the continent pretty quickly.
The "more devolution" thing is a statement to make them seem reasonable, and just like Gordon Brown's promises they never come to anything. Their news reporting and articles are stridently anti-Yes. Though the Herald probably isn't as bad as The Scotsman.
There are some current Rosyth ferry plans:
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