I see Greg Mulholland has tabled a motion calling for the sixth verse of God Save the Queen to be dropped because it talks about crushing the rebellious Scots. The fact that no normal person one really knows anything other than the first verse (if they're lucky) seems to be lost on Mulholland.
Seriously, what's the point in tokenism when no one ever sings the verse anymore? Having said this I would enjoy watching Gordon Brown singing it. Whilst we're on the subject of Scotland, Danny Finkelstein held a "Motto for Scotland" cometition on Comment Central and they have a winner, which just so happens to be the one that I voted for.
"Chips for tea. Chips on shoulders" - it seems quite apt when you think about these silly calls to rewrite the national anthem.