Tag Archives: Nicola Sturgeon

When did Douglas Ross and chums do a reality check for the UK?


I must be honest that I don’t read many pieces from the Daily Express but 10 hours ago Brian McGleenon wrote this piece with this headline (which I have slightly adjusted). I have also added a couple more photos for … Continue reading

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Can the Government focus on the most important issues!


The U turn that the Government has made in the last few hours regards allowing Schools to determine if mask wearing can take place on their premises. This is very good but it has come far too late and makes … Continue reading

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Two calls to Unite our Nation, two actions to break it up


The Tory Manifesto did not focus too much on the need for a United Nation, although it did of course refer to our United Kingdom in many places (18 in total). However in two places it did call on the … Continue reading

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A very Less United – Kingdom stand-off


According to the dictionary, a stand-off is a noun and it is described as “a deadlock between two equally matched opponents in a dispute or conflict.” It would certainly appear to most people who support our departure from the EU … Continue reading

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We need to hold broadcasters to account


There are reports that Nicola Sturgeon and also a British journalist Ash Sarkar, the senior editor at Novara Media and lecturer in Global Politics at Anglia Ruskin University have chosen to turn down an invitation to attend a special Scottish … Continue reading

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Time to change?


Yesterday twitter erupted with criticism and compliments towards the SNP. My own views were largely on the complimentary side of the debate. Firstly we had the flexing of muscles over a vote that has yet to take place, the amendment to fox hunting … Continue reading

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We need to refocus


The image of one of the UKs most popular statespeople shaking hands with David Cameron on the doorstep of her officical residence provides us with symbolism that could not be more significant. While Cameron was photographed in Scotland, a photo of … Continue reading

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Join me in changing the system


“If you don’t like the politicians you’ve got, kick them out and elect new ones, if you don’t like the political system, then change the political system” Nicola Sturgeon MSP “Give us the hard time we deserve to make sure … Continue reading

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