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Don Roberto
RB Cunninghame Graham (1852-1936) Author, Politician, Traveller, Socialist, Internationalist, Humanitarian, Founding President of the SNP. His words mostly.
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Don Roberto 20h
Looking forward to telling my story, Tales of Don Roberto, at Burns Museum, Alloway 2.00pm this Sunday, free entry
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Billy Kay 21h
I ken Jamie, an heard him speak on his great, great uncle at the RBCG Society Dinner twa year syne. He’s daein a big project on Don Roberto, an ye can follae him here:
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andrew mccoll 22h
Guys, jist seen this in The National. I'm totally gonnae be there. (with my other half, who may drive, in case drink is involved). Since I think you two should be working on a screenplay about the great man, it'd be great if ye's were there.
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Jamie Jauncey Aug 16
Such a lovely and obvious link . Thanks for seeing it where I didn't!
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Therese Kieran Aug 16
And its title immediately brought to mind Greta Thunberg - the very antithesis of the world's most powerful political leaders - so called, but Greta puts them all in the shade.
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Don Roberto Aug 16
Replying to @ScotNational
There's a world of difference between 'good' and 'bad' nationalism, but the word has been tainted and hijacked.
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John Simmons Aug 16
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ruth wishart Aug 15
Can't quite get my head round saying nothing more important than stopping no deal (agreed) but apparently ruling out any idea which doesn't come from her office. It's 3 minutes to midnight for anyone who hasn't noticed.
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Jamie Jauncey Aug 16
A psychotherapist’s view of why Boris Johnson is unsuited to high office - today’s post
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Jamie Jauncey Aug 14
Top marks to book shop (see whole photo)!
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Jamie Jauncey Aug 14
Looking forward to taking Tales of Don Roberto to Burns Birthplace Museum, Allloway this Sunday, 18th, 2.00pm, entry free.
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Jamie Jauncey Aug 14
Much mirth as ever with yesterday. Sandy on cracking form. Chairing him always a delight.
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Don Roberto Aug 12
Replying to @OfficeGSBrown
In that case you could start with an admission of your own brazen mendacity.
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John Simmons Aug 12
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Don Roberto Aug 12
Replying to @tom_watson
Progress has always been divisive: there are those who want it and those who don’t.
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John Simmons Aug 11
Just to say thank you it was a terrific event I enjoyed very much
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Clare Clark Aug 12
Thanks to everyone who came to hear ⁦⁩ and me talk yesterday about Berlin, Basque evacuees and the blurring of truth and propaganda, chaired by the brilliant ⁦⁩. Great conversations onstage and off.
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Don Roberto Aug 8
“Wherever I look, north, south, east or west, there is something that appeals to me as a Scotsman, there is something to stir one’s heart, something to make one feel that we are representatives of a distinct nationality..." New post
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Don Roberto Aug 8
Replying to @billykayscot
Yes.
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Don Roberto Aug 8
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