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Mr. T
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Jun 12, 2017, 8:41 PM

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To do that they would have to swear allegiance to the Crown, thus compromising the very reason for their existence.


They could just cross their fingers behind their backs as they made their declaration.

Would their supporters let them get away with that?


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justAndy
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Jun 12, 2017, 8:43 PM

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To do that they would have to swear allegiance to the Crown, thus compromising the very reason for their existence.


They could just cross their fingers behind their backs as they made their declaration.

Would their supporters let them get away with that?


'pinky swear', sorted


jon b
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Jun 13, 2017, 8:12 AM

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...if SF see DUP winning ground due to backing the Tories, then they could, at a really big stretch take their seats in Westminster...


To do that they would have to swear allegiance to the Crown, thus compromising the very reason for their existence.


I can't see them ever doing it, but it must be a temptation. Would it mean swearing allegiance to the crown or just to the 91 year old QE2?


007Dale
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Jun 13, 2017, 8:58 AM

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...if SF see DUP winning ground due to backing the Tories, then they could, at a really big stretch take their seats in Westminster...


To do that they would have to swear allegiance to the Crown, thus compromising the very reason for their existence.


I can't see them ever doing it, but it must be a temptation. Would it mean swearing allegiance to the crown or just to the 91 year old QE2?


Jezza didn't seem to care about his principles in regard to this matter.

IMO SF can't complain about the DUP deal if they don't take their seats.

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