In today's Scottish Daily Mail (I didn't buy it!) there was an article from one of the usual right-wing tossers that populate the rag, stating, basically, that young people in Scotland are yet to be convinced by independence, and still retain a strong British identity.
His main reason for this was that The Fratellis released a song called Chelsea Dagger. Can anyone explain this to me? Have I missed the deep political meaning behind this? Is it actually a political masterpiece?