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It’s official: The hard-left has taken over Scottish Labour

It’s official: The hard-left has taken over Scottish Labour

Eddie McGarrity November 19, 2017 0

“To purge, or not to purge,” as Shakespeare would have written, had Hamlet been a professional politician who knew better than the working classes what was good for them. The answer, as all good

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INEOS Weren’t The Only Oppressors In The Grangemouth Refinery Dispute

INEOS Weren’t The Only Oppressors In The Grangemouth Refinery Dispute

Backbencher November 4, 2013 2

Michael Wilson condemns the Unite Union’s aims and tactics in the Grangemouth affair Over the past week, it became clearer that the dispute at the Grangemouth Refinery was one that escalated to absurd levels.

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‘….and they would’ve Scot-en away with it too.’

‘….and they would’ve Scot-en away with it too.’

Backbencher August 2, 2013 3

Revealing some dirty tricks by the Yes side in the Scottish Independence debate There has been much made of positivity and negativity with regards to campaigning in the Scottish independence referendum. Hardly a news

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Scots Just Wanna Have Fun

Scots Just Wanna Have Fun

Backbencher June 28, 2013 1

Why is there such  a lack of humour in the Scottish politics? ’Girls Just Wanna Have Fun’ singer Cyndi Lauper may not be the name on the lips of most Scottish politicos, but her

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“Better Together” Means Just That

“Better Together” Means Just That

Backbencher June 14, 2013 1

Why tribal inter-party rivalry is blunting the No campaign for Scots independence. Last weekend, the historic city of Stirling played host to the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party’s annual conference. An event which drew

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Scottish Independence – For Whom?

Scottish Independence – For Whom?

Backbencher October 22, 2012 5

Alexander Richardson, @marketanarch Might I be in favour of Scottish Independence by reason or virtue of being a Libertarian? As a Jeffersonian Libertarian, it follows that I favour less government – indeed, to the

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