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Digital Subscriptions > iScot Magazine > June 2018 > Wee Ginger Dug Don’t call us, we’ll call you

Wee Ginger Dug Don’t call us, we’ll call you

ON A SUNDAY afternoon at the end of May, I was driving to one of the many yes meetings which are springing up all over Scotland like daisies in a springtime field. On BBC Radio 4, Sarah Smith, the Corporation’s main reporter on Scottish affairs, was explaining the developments in the independence movement for a UK-wide audience. Tens of thousands of people marching and rallying in Glasgow can’t be ignored, even by those far from Scotland. Of course Sarah’s report didn’t include anyone from the yes movement, instead what we got was the official view from the lofty heights of the British establishment. That official view is of course a variation on the theme of move along, there’s nothing to see here. It’s just a blip, according to the BBC. Sarah was there to reassure middle England that the recent surge in activity in the yes movement is just so much Scottish sound and fury which signifies nothing.

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