Tories Multi-tasking?

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Douglas Ross has had a few problems in the past as he has not been available for critical votes due to other work commitments as a football official, but for…

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Thoughts on a protest

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As I watch the protests in London and across the country, I am shocked – though I probably should not be – at how they are ignored by the main…

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An Example of Corruption

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A Scottish boat and a Spanish boat were landing there catch in Ullapool last week.  The fishery officers were all over the Scottish boat and checked every last detail of…

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It’s time for REFORM

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This week Polling cards started dropping through the letterboxes but the biggest noises after that were the Council Tax bills and the gasps of horror when opened. All of us…

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How bad is the Pandemic?

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Governments can, and often do, manipulate data. The public, in general, has grown wary of believing any figures quoted by the government as they are generally skewed to suit their…

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Trust in our Devolved Government

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Maybe we all need to be reminded of this simple fact, MSP’s work for the taxpayer and are accountable to us but not just at election times when the ‘soft…

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