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May Visits Wales as Labour Withdraw from the Celtic Fringe

May Visits Wales as Labour Withdraw from the Celtic Fringe

Conor Bunting April 27, 2017 0

With every passing day, it seems, a new poll emerges to profess just how undesirable a Labour government has become to the people of the United Kingdom. Last Sunday, it was the turn of

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The truth is the SNP are making a complete mess of governing Scotland

The truth is the SNP are making a complete mess of governing Scotland

James Bickerton April 15, 2017 0

The SNP are very keen to talk about Scottish independence. As a news story I’ll admit this ranks alongside the Pope being a Catholic and bears disposing of bodily waste in the woods. Of

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Sturgeon Respects Trump Victory, Ignores IndyRef

Sturgeon Respects Trump Victory, Ignores IndyRef

Thomas Walker November 9, 2016 0

“It is the verdict of the American people and we must respect it.” That was SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon’s comment on Donald Trump’s ‘surprise’ victory in the US presidential election. How fascinating it is to see

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The Referendum’s Aftermath has Shown Up the SNP

The Referendum’s Aftermath has Shown Up the SNP

Kieran Munro November 1, 2016 0

More people in Scotland voted against independence than anything else in the history of Scotland. It isn’t just that the SNP refuse to accept this as an observation of fact, it’s that they cannot

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By Voting for the SNP, Scots are Voting Against Themselves

By Voting for the SNP, Scots are Voting Against Themselves

Alexander Fiúza August 31, 2016 0

It’s been apparent for some time now that the Scotland has developed electoral habits unusually amenable to the SNP. Though their success is a relatively recent development, it has roots reaching back decades. Throughout

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The English question: where does England fit into the British devolution settlement?

The English question: where does England fit into the British devolution settlement?

Ioan Phillips August 8, 2016 4

Beyond Brexit, reconfiguring the relationship between Britain’s four constituent nations should be a top priority for Theresa May. Early statements from Downing Street seemingly offer hope for a closer focus on constitutional affairs. The

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Named Person law declared illegal by Supreme Court – but the battle is far from over

Named Person law declared illegal by Supreme Court – but the battle is far from over

Sophie Sandor July 31, 2016 1

If you talk to the average parent in Scotland today, you will be painted quite an unsettling and surprising picture, even if you have been been following in the news opposition to schemes like

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No, young people were not ‘robbed’ of our future

No, young people were not ‘robbed’ of our future

Sophie Sandor June 30, 2016 0

Scotland’s First Minister is now trying to take Scotland out of the UK because more Scottish people voted to remain in the EU than they did to leave – but there is something very

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SNP Councillor Resigns from Inverness Art Committee over Controversial Monument Expenditure in Inverness

SNP Councillor Resigns from Inverness Art Committee over Controversial Monument Expenditure in Inverness

Alex MacDonald May 3, 2016 6

Councillor Ken Gowans has resigned from his position as Chair of the ICArts Working Group, over plans to spend £758,350 of public money on the “Tilting Pier”, a new artistic structure placed over the

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The New Establishment vs. The Scottish People – SNP Guilty of Doublethink on Brexit.

The New Establishment vs. The Scottish People – SNP Guilty of Doublethink on Brexit.

Alan Findlay April 6, 2016 1

‘’Doublethink’’ – noun.   The acceptance of, or mental capacity to accept contrary opinions or beliefs at the same time, especially as a result of political indoctrination.   One year ago, the SNP were

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