ByMorag Hannah

Morag Hannah is a sometime writer, artist and musician, a full-time loudmouth nuisance, and makes websites to pay the bills.

  1. In 1603, Elizabeth I died heirless and James VI of Scotland became James I of England (the Union of the Crowns). Then in 1707, in a meeting on Edinburgh's North Bridge (apocryphally now a Bella Italia restroom), with protesters thronging the Royal Mile, the Acts of Union were signed, uniting the Scottish and English Parliaments in Westminster, London. Oh, also, Wales and Northern Ireland are a thing. But honestly, we don't have the time for…