WESTMINSTER has had another stroke of potentially Union-saving genius, and it seems to have come from the same brain that thought sending Boris Johnson to the site of a Covid outbreak was a good idea…
The newest cunning plan to ensure the United Kingdom remains United was reportedly to send two members of the royal family to live north of the Border.
According to reports in the Daily Mail, the plan to send Prince Edward to live in Scotland was dreamt up by No10 busybodies “alarmed at the Scottish National Party surging in the polls amid growing calls for a new independence referendum”.
After all, if there’s one group that Scots get along with famously, it’s royals called Edward. (Just not Edward I, or Edward II).
Prince Edward, who was made the Earl of Forfar in 2019, is Queen Elizabeth’s fourth and youngest child.
He became the Earl of Wessex after he married…
— to www.thenational.scot