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Joanna @missgabillard1
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For some it will be a magic time of carrots left for Rudolph, listening for sleigh bells at three in the morning and a general suspension of reality. For some it will be a little fractious with the family confined to one room as the rain and wind assault the windows. For some it will … Continue reading "Relax it’s Christmas. 2020 will come soon enough."
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First Minister: “Democracy must and will prevail.”
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Scotland ‘closer to deciding its own future’
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Scotland ‘closer to deciding its own future’
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Want some ideas for getting your baby to try peanut butter? Why not try peanut butter on toast, peanut butter dipping sauce or peanut butter satay? Find even more yummy weaning recipes for your baby at parentclub.scot/recipes
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Further support for seasonal pressures.
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SEACLEAN aims to retrieve and recycle plastics – both afloat and submerged – by grinding them down into usable commodities for use in industry worldwide. 
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I've been reading with interest Craig Murray's blogpost about the "Scotland's Right to Choose" document, which he regards as "schizophrenic" for its simultaneous assertions that Scotland has an inalienable right to self-determination, and that it can only exercise that right with the permission of the UK government.  He draws attention to this comment from Nicola Sturgeon -"Of course, I...
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Things change because people get angry about the way things are. No social reform was ever achieved by calm reason alone. Reasoned and democratic argument is the servant of anger.
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I DON’T know about you, but I still haven’t recovered from the General Election result. A sense of dread has followed me since the moment the exit poll was announced.
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SCOTTISH TORIES BACK BORIS JOHNSON TO INFLICT LASTING HARM Boris Johnson’s re-drafted Brexit deal poses a “clear and present danger” to Scotland, the SNP has warned today, after the Brexit bill passed through the next stage in Parliament. The re-drafted Withdrawal Agreement has been condemned for rowing back on the government’s previous commitments on child refugees, on workers’...
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Yesterday in Holyrood, Alexander Stewart (Mid Scotland and Fife) (Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party) asked the Scottish Government what its response is to an audit report by Food Standards Scotland, which found that the Fife Council environmental health team is facing staff shortages that have led to it being unable to perform proactive visits, andContinue reading "Scottish Conservatives...
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‘Scotland will experience warmer and wetter winters, and drier and hotter summers. There will also be an increasing frequency of severe weather events, such as storms, heavy precipitation, droughts and periods of unusually hot weather. Periods of very cold weather, snow and ice will decrease in frequency, but will still occur.’ Climate Change Risks FacingContinue reading "Scottish Tories...
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An independent Scotland would have spent an extra £3.3 billion this year by following the SNP’s  spending plans. Under the Tories, the Scottish Government has seen a real-terms cut in our budget – with the budget  worth £1.5 billion less in real terms this year than at the beginning of the decade. The SNP’s proposed fiscal rule for an independent Scotland would see...
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Ludo Thierry This seems an indicator of what Johnson’s southern successes last week might be beginning to encourage to slither out from their weird and not-so-wonderful political hideaways. The full Better Together crew getting together again? Link and snippets below:...
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Today at Holyrood (Friday 19th), Bill Kidd MSP asked the Scottish Government how it supports low-income families with young children. Aileen Campbell replied: The Scottish Government has taken significant steps to reduce poverty and tackle inequality, particularly where it affects families with young children. The Tackling Child Poverty Action Plan Report, published in June, showedContinue reading...
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£3.3 BILLION – that’s how much more Scotland would have spent this year if it was independent, it is claimed.
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WEEK one into my term as SNP MP for East Dunbartonshire was incredibly stark. This was just a sample of what I achieved on behalf of the people of East Dunbartonshire.
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