Not sure that Nicola Sturgeon is going to be convinced.
Go many people looking happy and wonderful, great speeches, and thanks to the organisers and to the police.
Weather looks good for a peaceful march with respect for the victims of Wednesday’s awful attack and a spirit of togetherness and friendship.
Her moment of triumph. Then Brexit becomes harsh reality.
England has got itself into this unholy mess, is it right that Scotland has to go with it?
Why shouldn’t Scotland have a 2nd independence referendum on whether it wants to be dragged out of the EU by England?
The Scots have a good case for a 2nd independence referendum, but the Prime Minister says no.
Can the devolved assemblies really trust the Prime Minister to act in their best interests?
Once the Queen gives the Royal nod, the Prime Minister cam go ahead and trigger the national disaster.
But why is she now holding back? Why no triumphant announcement? Are there some technical issues? Scotland? Legal implications?
Except that the word Brexit is banned. Everything looks great, the economy is looking good.
And there will be a 60bn contingency fund or ‘war chest’ of taxpayers’ money to shore up Brexit, although of course Brexit is all going to be a huge success.