Around 7 000 Syrian refugees have been settled across the UK yet a disproportionate 1 800 or nearly 25% have been welcomed to Scotland. The Syrian war and refugee flood has been described as the worst humanitarian crisis since World War II so the UK intake is frankly pathetic.
Scotland’s greater hospitality, looks to me like just another example of the many ways in which we are different enough from England to be seen as a different country and logically an independent one.
I know it’s only 1 800 and we should get carried away with ourselves. You might like to read a piece I wrote a piece last year on the topic at:
I’ve also debated our other differences which Unionists love to deny at: