Tag Archives: Angus Robertson

Doing what must be done

While The Scottish Green Party, and James MacKessack-Leitch, are to be congratulated on their all too rare show of pragmatism and integrity as they stand aside in favour of the SNP’s Angus Robertson, it really shouldn’t have been a difficult … Continue reading

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The unstoppable tide

David Cameron’s macho posturing over Scotland’s place in the EU evidently found favour with those who share his contempt for the people of Scotland. But his supercilious, imperious attitude can only only more eyes in Scotland to the true nature … Continue reading

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Engaging with England

The SNP did not, “abandon its principled stance of not voting on English legislation”, as claimed by Tom Peterkin in The Scotsman. It has merely altered its criteria for deciding which issues the SNP group of MPs should refrain from … Continue reading

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