IT’S now almost a year since the referendum. Inevitably, that means a bit of reflection and reminiscence.
I wrote dozens of columns during the campaign. They were shared tens of thousands of times on the internet and some were cut out and used by activists on the doorsteps.
Naturally, that angered our opponents. But the one that got them really spitting mad imagined the unthinkable – life after a No vote.
It painted a nightmare picture of the Tories triumphant. Not a pretty sight, as we all know.
“If Scotland bottles it and inexplicably votes no, David Cameron will be crowing,” I wrote last year, pointing out that the Prime Minister would drape himself in the Union flag and claim it was the Tories wot saved Blighty.
You can read the rest of my column here.