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 Post subject: Plan B
PostPosted: Wed Feb 06, 2013 11:28 pm 
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Let's say that we lose in Autumn '14.

I sincerely hope that we don't but I need to pose the scenario to find out the next bit.

Let's say that we then win big time in the Spring of '15; a majority of Scottish Westminster MPs are from pro-Independence parties.

1. Would that not put us in the same position as Ireland in 1918?
2. Could the Scottish MPs simply refuse to attend Westminster and set up in Edinburgh instead?
3. Is there anything in the Edinburgh Agreement that would prevent them from doing that (even though such a provision would probably be contrary to the United Nations Charter)?

I am becoming increasingly confident that we *will* win in Autumn '14 and that even if we don't, by my reading of the situation, *every* state election thereafter would be a de-facto referendum on the Union.


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