Let's Not Let Fact Get In The Way of History by James Stewart

At the foot of the monument built in honour of one Scotland’s greatest heroes, Stuart studied the statue of Sir William Wallace and marvelled at its likeness to the actor Mel Gibson. He wondered if anyone else had noticed this resemblance.

'Absolute, proof positive time-travel is possible,' he muttered.

James Stewart is a member of Cumbernauld's Frontier Writers. He thinks Randall Wallace and Mel Gibson should have been shot at dawn for Braveheart, there were more lies in that film than a Labour Party manifesto.
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