Has anyone Sean Connerys phone number

  Algerian peter ™ 21:42 PM 17 Feb 13
  Graham* 00:04 AM 18 Feb 13

A simple click here is better

  Flak999 00:19 AM 18 Feb 13

He could be back.

Somehow, I don't think he will be!

  mole1944 06:32 AM 18 Feb 13

my mobile phone number ends in 008,so if he's busy i'm next in line,and look ant my moniker,says it all ????

  fourm member 08:47 AM 18 Feb 13

'Scottish nationalists are preparing to form a secret intelligence service'

The government of an independent country would be expected to have an intelligence service.

The way the Mail has written it makes it sound as though the SNP plans to spy on people; presumably those who don't support it.

It's all theoretical, of course. Latest poll shows 'increase in support for independent Scotland'. But that only lifts it to a 'whopping' 34% and 'support for independence is behind where it was a year ago'

  bremner 08:55 AM 18 Feb 13


Due to problems with this site many of us have to switch off Javascript to make it usable.

A consequence is the inability to use anything other than the cutting and pasting of links.

  spider9 09:08 AM 18 Feb 13

It was also most interesting to see that Nicola Sturgeon was rated higher than Darling (though, I suppose, anyone could rate higher than Brown's chancellor!!).

But Darling is leading the NO campaign, which is not a great omen for them.

  morddwyd 09:17 AM 18 Feb 13

This is old news. Nicola Sturgeon gave this evidence to a Parliamentary committee last week and it was widely reported, by the BBC and others.

As fm says, this is pie in the sky anyway.

Another Daily Mail mare's nest.

What intrigues me is the petty mindedness of the UK Government.

"Home Secretary Theresa May said that if Scotland were to become a separate state it would not be guaranteed to have access to intelligence on terrorism and organised crime from the UK.

She warned that as a new country, Scotland would have to gain trust before it could expect to share sensitive information."

So on the day before independence all the politicians, police chiefs and civil servants in Scotland have normal access to the security information available in the UK, but on day one all of these people suddenly become untrustworthy.

Withdraw the facility by all means, after all, the UK Government is paying for the information to be gathered, but don't say it has been withdrawn because Scotland has suddenly become untrustworthy.

  Quickbeam 10:34 AM 18 Feb 13

"Scotland would have to gain trust before it could expect to share sensitive information"

One must be careful of sensitive information getting into the rebel Jacobite camp. The English army will be quite vulnerable to insurgent action until the Scottish regiments are frogmarched safely north and the wall is rebuilt.

Should I order my new Old Union Flag yet...?

  Quickbeam 10:45 AM 18 Feb 13

Berwick upon Tweed must be about due for a nationality change again.

Brumas is in for some sleepless worrying nights as they're wanting the whole of Northumberland to boot!

  fourm member 11:09 AM 18 Feb 13


The nationality of Berwick may be in the news, again, but this time for a good reason. Scotrail has a discount card for over 55s that used to be valid throughout Scotland and for travel from Berwick-upon-Tweed.

It has just announced that this will no longer be the case and many people in the Borders for whom Berwick is the closest station are unhappy about it.


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