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Last 50 tweets from @KennyFarq
Kenny Farquharson Retweeted ·  
I've watched the goal countless times now :) but this is my fav skill of the night @dundeeunitedfc @DylanLevitt #p2baa
GIF
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
Replying to @nkempsell
That’s great they managed to meet up. Best of luck for tonight!
 
In reply to @alexmassie
Is this a different gang from the Times Appeasement Division led by separatist-in-chief @KennyFarq?
That reminds me, I must send in my invoice to SNP HQ.
 
Kenny Farquharson Retweeted ·  
ok so this batgirl tax situation gave me an idea: what if you made a movie and then raised way more money than you actually needed to spend and so intentionally made it really bad so that you could write the whole thing off as a loss and keep the investor cash
 
🧡🖤
Dundee United 1-0 AZ Alkmaar

What a goal this is from Glenn Middleton! 👏

Watch the superb strike ⤵️

📺 TV Coverage on @BBCScotland
📲 Live text
📻 @BBCSportsound

#BBCFootball
 
Very pleased to be chairing this in-person event at The Festival of Politics at Holyrood.
Are we witnessing the return of strongman politics, where elected leaders from around the globe become ever more authoritarian under a veneer of liberal democracy?

Join @KennyFarq's chat with experts from @scga_scot, @aberdeenuni and @uoessps at #FoP2022:
ow.ly/XQvP50K9L5v pic.twitter.com/Tsk3HI35my
 
Latest addition to my library: the splendidly titled Address to Highlanders Respecting Their Native Gaelic: Showing Its And The Broad Scotch’s Superiority Over The Artifical English For The Family And Social Circle, And Also For Lyric Poetry. By Archibald Farquharson, 1868, 40pp pic.twitter.com/lpbh79yk8m
Replying to @KennyFarq
Any experts in the Scots language out there who can tell me anything about the bold Archie, please share! As far as I know, no relation.
 
Latest addition to my library: the splendidly titled Address to Highlanders Respecting Their Native Gaelic: Showing Its And The Broad Scotch’s Superiority Over The Artifical English For The Family And Social Circle, And Also For Lyric Poetry. By Archibald Farquharson, 1868, 40pp
 
 
To Tannadice, and victory.
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
Haha brilliant. For various reasons my Dad was living full time in Crombie and Johnson hall's of residence from 86 for a few years. So every weekend of mine at that age was spent hanging round the uni campus
Replying to @PerfidiousAlbn
It’s a lovely spot. Say thanks to your dad from me. He gave me a rocket just when I needed one.
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
Ha! Fancy that!
Replying to @PerfidiousAlbn
He once said an essay of mine was beautifully written and gave me a C. Apparently essays are meant to contain something called “research”. 🤷🏻‍♂️
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
If it’s declared legal on the basis that it has no effect and is just an opinion poll, then I think people are justified in ignoring it if they choose to, and the Government is entitled to make a judgement on its legitimacy on that basis too.
Yes, the SNP intervention in the case is ultimately self-defeating.
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
My dad begin his career as a uni lecturer at Aberdeen around 1979. Martin Ray? Youngest lecturer in the English Lit dept at the time I believe.
Replying to @PerfidiousAlbn
I remember him! He was a breath of fresh air.
 
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
Did you study English Lit by any chance?
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
Kenny, when did you graduate? I was there 84-88, never got too politically active but did have the dubious honour of seeing Murdo Fraser and Douglas Armstrong start their journeys into twattery.
Replying to @stcello1
I left in 84. Like you I avoided student politics. One of the Tories in my time went on holiday to South America to support the Contras and had his photo taken carrying an AK47.
 
Kenny Farquharson Retweeted ·  
Dipping into the 2000's The Poems were Robert Hodgens, Bobby Paterson, Adrian Barry, Kerry Polwart, Ross McFarlane and Andy May. Recently picked up a copy of 'Young America' from @LNFGlasgow so I decided to make my own video for 'Just Say Something' @ThePoems1 @ROPoem @
 
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
Handsome devil
Replying to @rickyaross
The devil is in the detail. 😉
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
What a fine looking young fellow!
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
You're smiling 😎
Replying to @PaulHenni
It was the last time.
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
Like brand new.
Replying to @iainmartin1
I should be ashamed.
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
But 🔥!!
 
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
Wasn't it used more for voting in uni ballots than for library borrowings ? And yours has been stamped several times (embossed crosses in the numbered squares at the top).
Replying to @KiddieJon
All a bit of a blur, tbh.
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
From the top of the head to beneath the eyes there's a Tom Cruise look, then it all falls to fuck😆 Only joking mate
 
Found my old David Shrigley badge.
 
Found my uni library card. Unused, by the look of it.
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
You’ve committed the cardinal sin of Scot politics at moment - look in corner of room! pic.twitter.com/jbzu9sbCMv
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
Neither of the main parties though are committed to anything like this. Both are refusing to enter any talk of how Scotland leaves the UK by its own choice. In these circumstances, that is surely a bigger test for Unionists who are democrats than the one you outline, no?
Replying to @LiamMcLaughlan
Politically hard for either of the big UK parties to compromise on this in the middle of what we are assured is an actual indyref.
 
In reply to @LiamMcLaughlan
No because a more sensible UK government could and should introduce a more sensible arrangement. Constitution constantly in flux and reformable.
Inconvenient though that may be for those who prefer to reject it entirely.
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
If the court rules it illegal rendering Scotland tied to the union by force and completely at the mercy of whoever happens to be living in Downing Street regardless of how we vote in elections - would that not be the litmus test?
Replying to @LiamMcLaughlan
No because a more sensible UK government could and should introduce a more sensible arrangement. Constitution constantly in flux and reformable.
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
My question to them is what IS the democratic route to Independence? Even if you don't want Scotland to go there, there must be one. Or are we prisoners rather than partners in this Union?
Replying to @gobhamor
100% agree, Calum. There must be a clear, agreed, legislative path to the exit, even if Scotland chooses not to take it.
 
In my column in The Times today I argue a supreme court endorsement of indyref2 would be a litmus test of unionists' belief in democracy.
NEW: An indyref2 declared legal by the supreme court should not be boycotted by unionists.

My column in @thetimes.

thetimes.co.uk/article/truss-…
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
I'm sure you'll recall that the Brexit vote was also advisory. With no later suggestion of ratification. Talking of "breakaway deals."
Replying to @ruth_wishart
The SNP argument to the supreme court is like saying the Brexit vote was nothing to do with Brexit.
 
Kenny Farquharson Retweeted ·  
"The effect of a surprise Supreme Court decision would be to peel away moderate unionists from the zealots."

My column in The Times today.
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
I didn't know the drafting was so shoddy! That could mean anything! Do you imagine that's accidental or deliberate?
 
"The effect of a surprise Supreme Court decision would be to peel away moderate unionists from the zealots."

My column in The Times today.
NEW: An indyref2 declared legal by the supreme court should not be boycotted by unionists.

My column in @thetimes.

thetimes.co.uk/article/truss-…
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
In itself? Right now? No. Like the Brexit referendum, it's effect is political, not constitutional.
Replying to @PeterArnottGlas
Under Sec 29 of the Scotland Act the test is whether it "relates to" the constitution. You're saying an independence referendum doesn't relate to the constitution?
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
"Nothing to do with" and "constitutional effect" are not the same thing either.
Replying to @PeterArnottGlas
You think indyref2 has no constitutional effect?
 
Kenny Farquharson Retweeted ·  
"Within the SNP at the start of the summer you could detect a quiver of concern. Would the ousting of Boris Johnson deprive Scottish nationalism of its finest ever recruiting sergeant? That concern has now eased" | ✍️ @KennyFarq thetimes.co.uk/article/truss-…
Liz Truss and her Margaret Thatcher cosplay are a gift to the SNP
thetimes.co.uk
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
A mandate for negotiations is not the same as UDI.
Replying to @PeterArnottGlas
No, but to pretend it has nothing to do with the constitution or the Act of Union is facile.
 
Kenny Farquharson Retweeted ·  
Tomorrow: Sunak to pledge “I don’t know, guys, what do these jackasses want? Slow water torture for cyclists? Think of something” the wrong email is forwarded to the press. telegraph.co.uk/politics/2022/…
 
Kenny Farquharson Retweeted ·  
NEW: An indyref2 declared legal by the supreme court should not be boycotted by unionists.

My column in @thetimes.

thetimes.co.uk/article/truss-…
Liz Truss and her Margaret Thatcher cosplay are a gift to the SNP
thetimes.co.uk
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
Hmmm… I’m in the middle of my own visa crisis and it seems that this delay — like my own family’s — is a UK Home Office issue, not an NHS Scotland or Scottish justice issue. Just FYI. Though I don’t think tweeting @ Priti Patel will help much, either.
Replying to @kat_cary @HumzaYousaf and 1 otherfalse
I know, Kat, but the ScotGov ministers have a direct line to Whitehall in a way I don't.
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
Those who favour the Union south of the border should really take note … but they probably won’t.
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
Ah cannae keep up, does she want it or no Kenny?
Replying to @GaryTheAlba
Depends which side o her mooth she's speaking from.
 
Awful situation requiring swift ministerial intervention. @HumzaYousaf @KeithBrownSNP
 
In reply to @KennyFarq
Nevertheless, referendums are not legally binding events.
Replying to @baxterparp
Best of luck in court with the whole *innocent face* thing.
 
 
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