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May 05, 2010

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Good luck with the show tonight. Whatever the outcome, the BBC have major questions to answer. And these questions are linked with the decisions on who leads the country. Apparently civil servants will decide what happens in the event of a hung parliament and their main stated aim is to avoid difficulties for the monarch. These good folks - and the monarch - are unelected. So an unelected broadcaster (paid out of public funds) provides coverage that is inadequate to Scotland's needs (according to most objective observers). This produces a result in which another bunch of publicly-funded unelected people determine what the voters have decided. You couldn't make it up.

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