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Proud Scottish expats cry for independence of country they will never return to

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Proud Scottish expats cry for independence of country they will never return to

Die-hard Scots livings across region come out in support of ‘yes’ vote

With the historic Scottish referendum just days away, proud Scots living across the Middle East have come out passionately in support for the independence of a country they never, ever plan to live in again.

“As a born-and-bred Scot, I have always dreamed of the day when my country can make important policy decisions of its own, such as taxation, one of the many reasons I shan’t ever be returning,” said Sean McTaggart, a property developer in Bahrain.

“Cut me and I bleed tartan,” added Cheryl Armstrong, a teacher in Abu Dhabi. “Which I why I’m calling on all of my fellow countryman to vote ‘yes’ on 18 September and finally forge a truly independent Scotland with the all necessary power to work for itself and its proud people. Not that I’d ever go back there. Far too f***ing cold and miserable.”

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  1. Anonymous

    September 14, 2014 at 10:31 am

    Yes I can relate. Coming from Pakistan, I never intend to return. However, I still wholeheartedly call for the resignation of the PM. Not that it matters to me which man enjoys the spoils of running the corrupt government. Go Kamran Khan (or whatever his name is)!

  2. Paul

    September 15, 2014 at 11:29 am

    Scottish taxation will be so high if they devolve from the union even more Scottish people will leave. Probably to their friends south of the border.

  3. wet dog by the fireside

    September 18, 2014 at 6:58 am

    This elecion is missing the point. there are some very sinister aspects to Scottish culture that are not being discussed.
    Perhaps the UK is better without them

    Lat time i was in Sotland, i visited a Distillery. Under over of this seemily legal cover, i was offered several ‘barely legal’ options, and even a ‘peaty little 12 yr old’

    I was shocked on my retrn to Dubai, that you could purchase Scotsof almost any age, someas young as 5 at Dubai Duty Free!

    (i have taken a 17 yr old Ms Bowmore home with me. We’re getting on very well)

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