The ‘Brit Washing’ of Scotland

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The ‘Brit Washing’ of Scotland

Tweet Follow @RPJblog By Jason Michael Since at least 2014 the union jack and various other symbols of the British state have become perceptibly more conspicuous across the Scottish culture space. In the past, outwith the confines of government and particular “loyalist” institutions, the union jack in Scotland was reserved for things relating to Britain’s most hallowed sacrament – war. It was run up the flagpole for the Girl Guides, the Boys’ Brigade, the Scouts, and other paramilitary youth organisations…

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The ‘Brit Washing’ of Scotland