by Christian Wright
Well, seems the SNP has decided to vote on this EVEL legislation, regardless on the repercussions – so it’s a done deal. No point arguing about it.
Only circumstance that might justify this otherwise unwarranted intervention is if there is solid evidence that a fleeing English fox is likely to cross the border to take refuge (and eat lunch) in a Scottish hen house.
It might then be reasonably argued that the proposed legislation covering England and Wales, does in fact trigger barnyard consequentials, thus justifying the SNP vote.
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