An Unbelievable Story

Had I thought this was the end of the insanity, I was wrong. The next morning, before heading east to Kirkcaldy, I was greeted by an email from Dale Miller at The Scotsman. Having failed to take me down with a rag, the union was upping its game. Miller’s task was to finish the job – I realised that much. On the train to Kirkcaldy I knew a juggernaut was headed my way, but I had no idea quite how vindictive this hack was going to be. He wanted a response by close of business. I told him he’d have it, and, so, after everything was wrapped up at the Kirkcaldy...

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Stephen Daisley’s Suicide Note

His journalism, not the will of half of Scotland to be shot of London rule, divided the country on lies and dangerous fear-mongering. His journalism is shite; lacking any integrity and willing at every turn to provoke panic and violence to save a dead political cause in a nation that proved for one day to be the healthiest and most vibrant democracy in the world.