Sunday, June 26, 2016
This Flight Tonight (1971)
One of the most powerful of the unchallenged subject positions took a hit this week. Not in Great Britain, not in the UK, but in England, home of the English.
Could I really believe what I was hearing on the radio as I was driving around town on errands: that the English could be so confused about who they are as to vote in favour of something they did not think would happen and are now signing petitions so that they can vote once again for what they really want in a political economic relationship?
As for Scotland, it is this country's residents, not England's, that should have (had) a bigger say at the dinner table of what we might soon be referring to as the FUK (Former United Kingdom).