The BBC thinks it is fine for a Tory Councilor to be able to ask questions on Question Time. Why then did they ban SNP staff for trying the same thing?
Category: Scottish Politics
While Tory support has increased, Brexit will ensure this is only a short term blip. Meanwhile, more local councils have the SNP as the largest party.
In what might have been the most embarrassing edition of Come Dine WIth Me ever, President of EU Commission decides May is “living in another galaxy”
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
Spain’s recent actions show that the UK is about to enter a poker game with the EU nations. May will not want the future of Scotland to be on the table.
Calling those who claim to support the union, unionists, seem fairly utilitarian to me. However, maybe there are reasons we should stop doing it?
Last indyref, the media personified the debate to make it about Alex Salmond. On the day indyref2 was announced they are trying to do the same thing.
In a hastily arranged press conference, First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon just set out her plans for #indyref2. Let us know what you think.
Having stumbled across the @SturgeonAbuse twitter account, I decided to compose the Shameful Cyberbrit Abuse article you wont see in the mainstream media
It is a commonly held view, that we are scrounging Scots. However, a look at the figures for the last 37 years doesn’t back this up
Last week Stephen Daisley claimed that he was gagged by the Scottish one party state. Using similar flawed logic, I now accuse him of silencing me.
I asked reddit Scotland who had changed their minds on Scottish Independence, from No to Yes. Here are some of the answers I got and the reasons why.
This week the Greens and the SNP reached a compromise. Time for a broader Yes movement truce for the sake of the ultimate goal.
Let’s embrace, encourage and cherish the diversity in the midst of our movement as it reflects the country we will become if we gain independence.
If the Scottish Lib Dem conference showed anything, it is that they are a party of ideological unionists living with Scotlab in a post-Brexit fantasy world