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People’s Vote Scotland to the Rescue

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British political campaigns in the early twenty-first century have truly mastered the art of harnessing the power of the stars. It comes as no surprise then that, when it comes to giving voice to the progressive campaign for a “People’s Vote” on the terms of Brexit at the end of the Article 50 process, no less a character fronted the campaign than the captain of the starship Enterprise himself – Patrick Stewart. Appearing on the Andrew Marr Show in mid-April the man who is Jean- Luc Picard, “the bearer of Starfleet’s conscience and an exemplar of moral autonomy,” framed it as a simple request “that we have another chance to consider what the terms of this divorce are going to be.”

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iScot issue number 45 2018 124 pages of the best crack in Scotland and beyond. Featuring the very best of wordsmiths in Scotland today. Robbie Dinwoodie, Alyn Smith MEP, James Kelly (iScot goes Pop, Peter A Bell, Jason Michael McCann, Vivien Martin, Allan Martin, Paul Kavanagh’s Wee Ginger Dug, Blaze’s Page,Fiona Grahame of Orkney News, Moira Dalgetty, Bill Dale, Indy Lawyer, Ran Bruce’s Spider, Dave Bowman, Gordon Craigie, Major Bloodnok and the most excellent Billy Kay.