It’s time to ignore the gloomsters and celebrate buoyant Britain’s reasons to be cheerful

Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon: an uneasy relationship in volatile times
  • This column appeared in the Scottish Daily Mail on March 22, 2022.
  • *Follow me on Twitter: @GrahamGGrant

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Graham Grant.

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Home Affairs Editor, columnist, leader writer, Scottish Daily Mail. Twitter: @GrahamGGrant Facebook: @sdmnewspaper

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