Tom Freeman: Leave fictional Scots out of debate

COMMENT: Tom Freeman assesses the impact of interventions by famous names on the independence debate, and looks at the phenomenon of fictional characters being "asked" for their opinions on the constitutional debate.

The UK Education Secretary Michael Gove called X-Factor guru Simon Cowell the “principle prophet of the cult of celebrity” last year, in what newspapers described as a ‘withering attack’.
Of course in reality, newspapers love Cowell.

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