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Stephen Fuller @FullerScot
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+theSNP Incredible that the only way to stop this is to either beg Westminster or to gain independence.
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@Murchie That's interesting. Did you get the Pfizer Jag? It was Pfizer I got but can't say I've been smelling cigarette smoke.
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Highland Council have made a U-turn over plans to have unisex toilets at a secondary school. Pupils started the new school year by having to share loos

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Capitalism is killing the planet. We can't save it if we rely on capitalist governments seeking solutions based on capitalist ideals.
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I've never seen something so out of place in my life.

Apart from when he wears a suit and walks into Downing Street.

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@Murchie 😆
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If you don't normalise independence by discussing it, people won't think it's normal. We keep letting Westminster dictate when we can talk about it, when we can vote on it. The only country on earth that is told not to talk about itself and we comply!
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+ScotNational Perhaps he should reflect on the "One Nation" part of his organisation's name. No matter what his intentions are of celebrating Britain, you can't ignorantly dismiss the hard fact that there are FOUR nations in the UK. Otherwise it flies in the face of some of the organisations values. Such as "respect".
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In Conversation with Deidre Brock MP. COP26 and climate change are the subjects of conversation in this episode of Scotland’s Choice. Host Drew Hendry MP is joined by Deidre Brock MP, Shadow SNP Spokesperson for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Scotland was one of the first countries in the world, and the first in...
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@FullerScot I think a big march like that is desperately needed to defuse a lot of the tension.
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@Murchie I don't see Alba holding thier own separate marches, the way I see it this would still be under a YES banner with those from all or no political parties. That is the way it should be, the independence movement coming together and mingling for a common cause with all other differences put aside.
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@FullerScot I'm with you Stephen. It's a far cry from 2014. I totally get the frustration Alba members have. But there needs to be a far better outlet than raging at folk on Twitter.

Same goes for SNP members who are angry at people leaving their party and claiming it "splits" the vote etc. etc.

Are there plans for Alba to start doing their own marches, for example?

(btw, I note The Hub hasn't pulled through your websites newsfeed, I'm working on it!)
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@Murchie I am an Alba member, I don't engage with those kind of shouting matches. I also don't tend to block anyone as I do like to see views from others regardless of what stance they take. It really saddened me to leave the SNP and I have had my fair share of name calling as a result. There are a number of reasons why I left which I won't go into here. I do see the negativity coming out on social media between the party members on both sides which is even sadder when we share the same end goal. I don't harbour any hate for anyone I just want to get Indy done (or at least make progress towards it) before it's too late.
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Alert readers will have noticed that our semi-regular crayonsmith Slacky The Holiday Boy is off again this week (and indeed next week), so as a special emergency service we bring you something almost as funny, albeit in a rather darker vein than usual. The punchline, of course, is the last sentence of paragraph 9.
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+AlbaParty I agree! The only nation on the planet to only do one thing at a time apparently??

Switzerland held a referendum last week!
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The UK’s Australian trade deal announced yesterday is another clear indication that Scottish interests can only be served by independence. Scotland was not deemed worthy of consultation on any aspect of the deal and the very real concerns expressed north of the Border were completely ignored by Westminster. The Conservative Secretary of State for Scotland […]
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Faced with the realisation that they’ve broken the precioussssss union, the Conservatives have now come up with a master plan to save it. They’re going to use tax money paid by Scotland in order to tell Scotland how great it is being ignored by Westminster. That’ll see off those pesky nats, because sticking union flags […]
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Faced with the realisation that they’ve broken the precioussssss union, the Conservatives have now come up with a master plan to save it. They’re going to use tax money paid by Scotland in order to tell Scotland how great it is being ignored by Westminster. That’ll see off those pesky nats, because sticking union flags […]
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Things were different in 2009. Of course, they meant if they LOST the first one. But readers might feel a certain degree of irony has manifested itself since then, particularly in terms of people knowing “what they would be in for” after June 2016. But just to recap the UK government’s rules for the Yes […]
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Things were different in 2009. Of course, they meant if they LOST the first one. But readers might feel a certain degree of irony has manifested itself since then, particularly in terms of people knowing “what they would be in for” after June 2016. But just to recap the UK government’s rules for the Yes […]
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