Remember when we had our own guerrillas?

Europe's independence movements have, thankfully, gone 'soft'.

Europe’s independence movements have, thankfully, gone ‘soft’.

On the 18th of September the Scots will vote in a referendum to decide whether they wish to remain part of Great Britain. The outcome is uncertain, but if they decide to go it alone, then Britain will no longer, at least formally, be ‘Great’ at all. The appellative came into use 300 years ago to describe the “Glorious Union” resulting from the unification of the crowns of Scotland and England.

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