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26 Nov, 2020 08:25

St. Andrew’s Day

Is Prime Minister Boris Johnson the new hard man of unionism, or are his controversial Scottish devolution “disaster” comments just another political gift for independence campaigners? As Scotland’s national day approaches, the Alex Salmond Show poses these questions to Sir George Reid, the former presiding officer of the Scottish Parliament. The saltire is the national flag, but where did it come from, and why does Scotland share it with Jamaica and the Russian navy? To celebrate St. Andrew’s Day on November 30, Alex Salmond takes up all things Scottish, with author and broadcaster Bill Kay, and the chair of the Scottish Flag Trust, David Williamson.

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