Letters: SNP must bite the bullet and get real on Nato and Trident

KEVIN McKenna wrote a typically astute article on the dilemmas facing many Yes-inclined voters ("Yes voters like me have a big problem voting for the SNP", The Herald, July 2), but his casual remark on the SNP’s "recent Nato fetishism" cannot pass without discussion. This odd statement conceals his own refusal to rethink policy in response to a changing international situation and to change his mind when the facts change, as Keynes supposedly advocated.

Letters: SNP must bite the bullet and get real on Nato and Trident
KEVIN McKenna wrote a typically astute article on the dilemmas facing many Yes-inclined voters ("Yes voters like me have a big problem voting for the SNP", The Herald, July 2), but his casual remark on the SNP’s "recent Nato fetishism" cannot pass without discussion. This odd statement conceals his own refusal to rethink policy in response to a changing international situation and to change his mind when the facts change, as Keynes supposedly advocated.