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Kerly @Kerly
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@Murchie Secret plots, splits in the S,N,P better together ramping up, they know it's coming give them what they want Nicola
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@Murchie Secret plot ,ffs
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Credit: Tony Moran/Shutterstock Developers EDPR have put in proposals for another massive offshore windfarm off the Moray coast to take advantage of the high and sustainable winds constantly available there. It will be able to power 750 000 homes. We… Continue reading →
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Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, but then if everything was always what it seemed to be there would be scant work for psychoanalysts. I have a suspicion the BBC is telling us more than it is actually telling us. Watch closely. Continue reading →
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New strategy on improving and integrating services.
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Liz Thomson [@Lizzie_Thomson_] spent a weekend with former MSP Jean Urquhart to document stories about her life managing The Ceilidh Place; her time as an MSP, commitment to the anti-nuclear movement, and resulting decision to leave the SNP. This film gives a glimpse into the unique life of one of Scotland’s most respected activists – […]
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+ScottishLabour Get a grip 
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It’s the marching season in Belfast and Glasgow. The ethno-religious superiority of the Protestants will be on display emboldened by their pact and their raid on the coffers of Westminster. It’s the pinnacle of Britishness, a hyper-nationalism. Let’s hope it goes well. What we have here is the emerging outline of an authoritarian regime based on traditional […]
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COMMENT | Like elsewhere in the world, the shock outcome of the UK elections last week was front page news in India’s English dailies. It attracted considerable editorial comment as well. Beyond that, there was little interest in what the election result...MoreThe post The UK in India’s Eyes: A Fading Interest Post-Brexit appeared first on Scottish Centre on European Relations.
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We are in danger of being dragged out of the EU by a cabal of High Tories who have been squabbling about this for twenty years. It’s about their cultural insecurity and confusion about their role in the world. But the stakes for the rest of us are high. This infographic outlines the key facts […]
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As fears grow that hundreds of jobs may be lost in the Clyde shipyards as the UK government slowly backs away from the commitments made during the independence referendum campaign, Kezia Dugdale was full of righteous outrage last night. But note how delicately that tweet is phrased. The clear implication – while not directly stated […]
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Not so very long ago, someone said this: Of course, it’s not that day any more. Which means it’s safe to reveal this: So, who’s feeling better together?
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SNP tax plans simultaneously raise £300m and lose £900m: The Guardian’s daily sale in Scotland: 8,700 copies and falling.
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It shouldn’t happen to a vetter

If there’s one thing the Scottish Conservatives love to do, it’s lecture the SNP about vetting its candidates. Here’s Ruth Davidson on Michelle Thomson, for example: And it’s not just her. Here’s the party’s transport spokesman Alex Johnstone on Phil Boswell: Here’s current deputy leader Jackson Carlaw on Natalie McGarry: And here’s former deputy...

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Blood and soil socialism

From Kezia Dugdale’s speech to the Scottish Labour conference yesterday: So hang on – only people born in Scotland are “Scottish”? Bit controversial. But then again, given Scottish Labour’s constant pejorative use of the word “foreigner” in recent years, we probably shouldn’t be shocked.

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Double and nothing

We can hardly contain our joy, gentle readers, that Scottish Labour have brought this magnificent graphic from January back again, tweeting it several times yesterday with all the mindbogglingly fat-headed flaws from two months ago still present. But we couldn’t help being struck by this new comment about it, by the branch office’s notoriously truth-averse finance […]

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Lowlands Away

The scene is familiar to anyone who lives, or has spent time, in the Highlands of Scotland: the ruined village tucked in a glen, surrounded by hills and plantation blocks of Forestry Commission spruce; the foundations of each house and byre still distinct, although the walls have tumbled, and clumps of reed colonise what once […]

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