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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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The SNP leadership is quietly backing Brexit

The SNP leadership is quietly backing Brexit

Jon Stanley March 26, 2016 0

Vote Leave, Get Sexit Humour is a powerful political tool and especially here in Scotland. ‘Vote SNP, Get Sexy Socialism’ is a popular meme with Scottish nationalists.  Angry Salmond, a political commentator sporting a

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Sexually active young people now on state guardian radar

Sexually active young people now on state guardian radar

Jonathon Kitson March 11, 2016 0

Our SNP friends north of the border have passed a hugely controversial policy regarding child and young person protection as a so-called named person will be assigned to everyone under the age of 18

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When in Scotland, do with your children as the SNP say

When in Scotland, do with your children as the SNP say

Sophie Sandor February 8, 2016 1

The Scottish National Party’s controversial named person law is set to be challenged in the Supreme Court just one month from now, as a continuation of the long-fought campaign by parents and children’s charities

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Salmond’s Comments On Faith Are Ironically Self-Defeating

Salmond’s Comments On Faith Are Ironically Self-Defeating

Alan Grant September 9, 2015 0

It’s Ok Alex, I Prefer People Who Win Referendums Over Those Who Don’t.  Over the course of the 2012 U.S. Presidential election, presidential candidate – and contender for the title of World’s Most Realistic

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SNP Weighing Up Banning Washing Machines

SNP Weighing Up Banning Washing Machines

Alex MacDonald September 6, 2015 5

The Scottish Government is deliberating over proposals to remove high energy using appliances such as washing machines and tumble dryers, reports The Sunday Post. The “Making things Last” proposals, which are based on “moving

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Labour: Don’t listen to the SNP’s joke advice

Labour: Don’t listen to the SNP’s joke advice

Kevin O'Donnell August 26, 2015 0

A not so recent phenomenon in Scottish politics is the readiness with which senior SNP politicians seem to want to offer the Scottish Labour Party advice. Pete Wishart, the disputatious MP for Perth and

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SNP Pull a Hissy Fit Over Money

SNP Pull a Hissy Fit Over Money

Alan Grant August 26, 2015 0

In the immediate aftermath of the 2014 referendum on Scottish independence, an interesting, if entirely predictable, social media phenomenon occurred. Some of the more vocal supporters of Scottish independence rallied round the banner of

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