Scottish Tories only talk of indyref2 but this election is about serious issues & giving them a hard-Brexit mandate will hurt Scottish small businesses.
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Today in Holyrood the Scottish Tories were forced to move away from their one issue politics. Watch as Ruth Davidson defends the Tory Rape Clause.
The Tory strategy in this election is dependent on Scottish people being ignorant. Don’t be a mug, vote on policy and not blind opposition to independence.
During the last General Election campaign, Alistair Carmichael won by lying to the people of Orkney and Shetland. Will they reward or punish him next time?
Thanks to a Freedom Of Information Request we have learned that the UK Government has spent a substantial amount of our money misleading us about trade.
This Election is all about Brexit. Falling into the Tory trap of making in about Scottish independence can only help Ruth, Theresa and the Brexiteers.
Ruth thinks we should vote Tory, to give them a bigger majority, to stop the Brexiteer Bastards in her party pushing it to the right. I have a better idea.
While this snap General Election may well make unilaterally declaring independence technically possible. The idea is still bonkers.
If the soft-Brexit parties worked together they could stop the Tories & reshape the future of the UK. Yet they won’t, as this will be another divisive vote.
The whole Ruth Davidson Rape Clause fiasco gets to the heart of the independence debate. It challenges us to think what type of country we want to be.
The unionist local election strategy seems to be designed to alienate those who are pro independence while insulting the intelligence of everyone else.
The Scottish local election STV system is a pretty simple system to use. Before casting your vote, click to read a brief guide and watch the short video
Listen to the audio from the short debate between Kevin Hague and Richard Murphy on the GERS figures. Who sounds the most plausible?
The latest Ashcroft Poll is good news for Nicola Sturgeon’s indyref2 plan. It shows the majority of Scots think the UK is moving in the wrong direction.
The next time you hear someone blame Scotland’s poor economic performance on indyref2 ask them for evidence. These charts suggest they are wrong.
The whole Brexit process has highlighted Scotland’s lack of sovereignty. The Great Repeal Bill is going to make things a lot worse. Question is, do we care?