This isn't really foreign affairs, but there isn't a constitutional section of the forum.
And the point I'm hoping to make is that Scotland isn't really foreign, but is really extremely similar in culture and mentality to Ireland.
With Scotland finally on the brink of a political break with the English, one they have long sought and long deserved, and with Ireland suffering from both partition and ongoing gombeen governance, is it possible we could solve all the problems in one fell swoop with a single bold move - a political alliance with Scotland?
In short, what do people feel about a new form of unionism, the union of Scotland and Ireland?
Skin Flicks: Let's ditch England