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Historywoman 1h
Why? It isn’t as if a separate Scotland would be eligible to join the EU. You would be out of both the U.K. and the EU, which would be really stupid.
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Hungair an Taigeis 2h
We already had our once in a lifetime vote and I'm still here so bore off
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Historywoman 1h
You wish.
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The Scottish Sun 2h
New poll finds less than 3 out of 10 Scots want
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Bea Johanssen Sep 13
Replying to @AgentP22
Re-defining unionism as 'sectarianism' is probably a vote-winner in some constituencies..... With an election coming up, any opportunity to get back to the trough is probably worth pursuing.
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Lucy Anderson Sep 13
Replying to @AgentP22
Aha! Yet another former SNP mp popping up when there's a selection process for election candidates in the offing. Who's next - Kerevan? Tasmina?
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SNPWatch Sep 13
Replying to @AgentP22
I'm blocked. Could someone reply to him to ask how the cost compares to the Edinburgh hospital clusterfuck?
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Craig Sep 13
Replying to @AgentP22
Well the locals call it the death star. Maybe the SNP death star would do?
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Agent P Sep 13
Welcome to Nicola Sturgeon's Scotland. Where naming a hospital after the reigning monarch is “sectarian”. But an IRA letter bomb sent to Glasgow University, is conveniently ignored.
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Douglas 11h
And I feel for the poor families as we are in autumn now, nights drawing in etc., what a distressing journey that can be. Thoughts for the poor families who are having no choice !
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Quick_Toes 12h
Looking forward to watching the opposition nail the SNP to the wall in HR over this and the many other scandals that have surfaced recently. Or is this tweet it?
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Silvio Tattisconie ©💎 9h
Personally I think it's beyond disgusting. Any other country there would be people culled from their jobs, but not Scotland. That and that alone should ring alarm bells as to why that is.
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The Event🇬🇧 12h
Replying to @AnnieWellsMSP
Another SNP shambles. Everthing they touch is a disaster. 😔
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Maxie Ⓜ️ 9h
Replying to @AnnieWellsMSP
This is actually disgusting
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Annie Wells MSP 12h
Due to the infection risk at the flagship QEUH, children are now being forced to travel to Aberdeen for crucial care – including chemotherapy. This is the tip of the iceberg for what has been utter chaos at the hospital.
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Alvic 11h
I agree entirely. Any vote on a major constitutional change should require a supermajority.
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Lauren 13h
Replying to @paulhutcheon
It’s quite normal to require a supermajority for constutional change. The SNP do for party policy! The EU referendum should have too.
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Godless monster 14h
No need for positive arguments the vote was conclusive in 2014. Referendums shouldn't happen they have proven to be poisonous especially when the cut off is 50%.
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Pro UK Anti Theism⚛️ 11h
Replying to @paulhutcheon
Look at the fustercluck over Brexit which was won by only 52% to 48%. If you don't have a really significant majority of at least a ten percent margin the referendums on such matters are simply a recipe for strife and disorder.
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Conundrum 12h
Replying to @paulhutcheon
It’s what the SNP require to make changes to their parties constitution, so is that wrong as well? 🤔
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