Monday, April 02, 2007

McConnell's admission over referendum

I see Mr McConnell has now not ruled out a future Referendum on Independence for Scotland. It appears that under certain circumstances he thinks it might be possible.

Amazing what the thought of a slaughter at the coming elections does to a Politician.

It was only back in November 2006 that he said the following during a TV interview on the BBC's Sunday AM programme,

People north of the Border would "think twice" about independence given the option in a referendum. He also argued that holding any referendum on independence would be the wrong move for Scotland because it would create economic uncertainty.

The Scotsman - McConnell's admission over referendum

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