and will ye nae come back, agin?

This post started by my commencing the writing of a long, well-researched and thoughtful piece on whether we should leave or stay in the European Union. It was to be long, because there are so many facets to both arguments. But then I changed my mind and decided that I write of perceptions instead of arguments.

My question, therefore comes in two parts.

Should this be the image which ensures you vote to stay in the Union?


Or is this the lingering image which ensures that you vote to leave?


2 comments for “and will ye nae come back, agin?

  1. Henry Kaye
    September 5, 2015 at 8:40 am

    The only considerations I have in this matter is that I want to see our sovereignty restored, our culture and traditions sustained and our distinct identity defended.

  2. ivan
    September 5, 2015 at 9:13 am

    Both give solid reasons for getting out.

    The family, including the child, had already got to a safe country but it appears that wasn’t enough – they wanted free handouts so the loss of life was their responsibility alone.

    All of those arriving in the UK should not get any handouts from the government until they have worked and paid tax for at least five years. That would most probably stop the influx of free loaders sorry, ‘migrants’.

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