It won't be the first time the Scots have saved the Brits from themselves.
David Cameron may be enjoying his fiendish (minority vote/majority seat) majority only to preside over the end - yes, the end - of the United Kingdom.
The arrogant bastard (Jeebus, there's no one as arrogant as a Tory with a majority) has not even given his supporters time to reflect and repent for what they have done before he launched a "Pearl Harbour" on his nation's Human Rights Act and set in motion, via his cabinet appointments, the machinery to shred Britain's social safety net. This guy may be out to make Margaret Thatcher look like a pussy.
Yeah, well - there's one bunch of people who may not be "on" for this, the same bunch who regularly kicked English backsides and made possible this country into which I, my parents and ancestors going back several generations, my kids and theirs were (will be) born.
The Scottish National Party, in terms of raw numbers the biggest winner of them all in the latest elections, says they won't feel bound to get Cameron's consent to another independence referendum. Nor bloody well should they.
If Cameron loses - or essentially forfeits - the Union in the early pursuit of his radical ideology, it could wipe out crippling conservatism going back to Thatcher. The Scots could hand him a double defeat, a legacy twice besmirched.
A very sizeable percentage of Scots expressed 'buyers' remorse' after having defeated the first sovereignty referendum. In the months afterward an enormous majority of Scots wanted another vote - for independence.