I do not expect many to respond - assuming they will hide behind the defence 'You're not my constituent', despite this, clearly, not being a constituency matter. However, always hoping for the best, I will report back on any who do respond.
Here is the email.
Like many Scots, of all political persuasions, interested in the constitutional questions raised by the Scottish Government's proposals to hold an independence referendum in 2014, I paid close attention to the Section 30 Order debate held in the House of Commons on Tuesday, 15th January, 2013.
During the debate I heard a number of well-argued and constructive contributions including, but not restricted to, those from Mark Lazarowicz and Charles Kennedy.
I was, though, somewhat taken aback by the tone and content of the speech made by Ian Davidson MP - particularly the following segment:
Do you agree with him that Scots are looking forward to 'celebrating the murders of hundreds or thousands of English people'?; or, indeed, that Bannockburn is ever 'celebrated... because Scots slew large numbers of English people'?
If you do not agree with these assertions, will you disassociate yourself from his remarks which have offended many Scots and given a very misleading view of Scotland to anyone listening to the debate?
This is not a Scotland I recognise and, I hope, one that you do not either.
I look forward to your response,