How Scottish independence would threaten Britain’s defence

How Scottish independence would threaten Britain’s defence

T HE GARELOCH seems a tranquil place. At its northern tip there is a tiny village with a pub, a café and a welding shop. But the ramshackle camp on the loch’s eastern shore, whose signage exhorts that there be “nae bombs, anywhere!”, hints at its unusual nature.

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