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The SNP Under a Microscope: The Most Authoritarian Party in Britain

The SNP Under a Microscope: The Most Authoritarian Party in Britain

Lee Jenkins April 6, 2015 37

Alongside UKIP, the SNP are set to be the wildcards in this year’s General Election, and with a strong performance by the party’s leader Nicola Sturgeon in the leadership debate this week attention is

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“Scotland’s paler Mandela” should resign, according to leading Yes Blogger

“Scotland’s paler Mandela” should resign, according to leading Yes Blogger

Alex MacDonald August 13, 2014 1

One of the leading Yes bloggers has dramatically switched his stance on Alex Salmond. Jeff Breslin, associated with blogging about SNP tactical voting, once declared Alex Salmond to be, err, “Scotland’s paler Mandela”, but now

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Salmond: There is no Plan B on Currency

Alex MacDonald August 11, 2014 3

After months of speculation, Alex Salmond has finally stated that he would not accept a Plan B on the currency debate in an independent Scotland because it would be “settling for what’s second best”.

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Salmond Threatens UK with Debt Default over Scottish Currency Problems

Salmond Threatens UK with Debt Default over Scottish Currency Problems

Alex MacDonald August 11, 2014 4

  The leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP), Alex Salmond, has promoted panic in international markets with the assertion that an independent Scotland would not repay its debt should a formal currency union

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An Abandoned People: The impact of Scottish independence on their Ulster diaspora

An Abandoned People: The impact of Scottish independence on their Ulster diaspora

Michael Shaw April 23, 2014 1

Ulster has always been London’s headache but Scottish independence could make it a real thorn in Salmond’s side. What has been completely ignored in the Scottish independence debate is the possibility that England, Wales

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The arguments for Scottish independence are not convincing

The arguments for Scottish independence are not convincing

James Williamson October 29, 2013 3

James Williamson questions why Scottish independence may be such a difficult task to achieve. Following Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond’s resolute challenge to David Cameron of a televised debate on Scottish independence at the

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Scotland’s Outside Left

Backbencher July 26, 2013 3

Alan Grant critiques the Reid Foundation’s vision for an independent, but statist-socialist Scotland. This column very rarely begins with a compliment being paid to that side of our constitutional debate which seeks to wrench

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