I’ve got to be honest. When I first read that ministers are poised to announce a £1 billion nuclear reactor renewal contract for the next generation of Trident submarines I felt a flush of pride. The Brit Bomb.
The fuss over Armando Iannucci’s OBE suggests that the giving of gongs needs to be revamped, writes Lesley Riddoch (apoliogies to @iannucci it's @LesleyRiddoch on @campbellclaret and @aiannucci spat http://t.co/2nTkTEm1...)...
Planning Minister Yvette Cooper is in a row after it was revealed that her father is a champion of the nuclear industry. "Mr Cooper, 63, an ex-union boss, is now director of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and has become one of the most outspoken champions of the industry's 'green' credentials" "Miss Cooper, 38, is married to Ed Balls, the Treasury Minister and close confidant of Gordon Brown whose brother Andrew is a director of the French energy giant EDF"
"They are romantic nationalists because they are letting their emotional attachment to the idea of the UK drive how they think of things. They tell themselves and the rest of us a selective, implausible, sanitised version of British history where we only did good things: brought ‘civilisation’ to the Empire, abolished slavery and beat the Nazis, and never address the complexities, nuances and darkside of having been an imperial power. In short, the new romantic nationalists defend an idealised, fictionalised United Kingdom"
In fact three main historical moments were conflated by the flotilla – dominance over the Spanish Armada, Trafalgar, and Dunkirk. All these moments invoke fear of invasion, naval domination, and unification through retreat and survival.
But the great unifying factors in the SNP has been the party’s unswerving commitment to full independence for Scotland, to an anti-nuclear Scotland and to the removal of WMDs (Trident) from Scottish waters after independence, and to a social democratic vision for the nation.
THE campaign against independence will be labelled “a stronger Scotland, a United Kingdom” in a staunch defence of the union between England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, sources have revealed.
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