According to the latest polls Scotland is well on its way to achieving its aim of a Unionist-free Scotland
Scottish voting intentions for the May 2015 UK general election (Ipsos-Mori, 22nd-27th April) :
SNP 54% (+2)
Labour 20% (-4)
Conservatives 17% (+5)
Liberal Democrats 5% (+1)
Greens 2% (-2)
UKIP 1% (n/c)
The Electoral Calculus website predicts the SNP could take all 59 seats in Scotland.
Even if Labour manage to hold onto a handful of MPs north of the border, there is no question that there has been a massive collapse of Labour’s support in Scotland.
How’s Northern Ireland doing?
Any chance of a Unionist-free Northern Ireland?
Will there be a phenomenal collapse of the Unionist vote?
Or are the people of Northern Ireland stuck with a fundamentalist, evangelical DUP majority forever?
While the torch of freedom passes to Scotland?