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For Scotland's Sake
On Scotland's place within the UK - Voted NO in 2014 - Against nationalism in all guises - For community across the UK
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Some tweets today from SNP voters at the polling station. They've made a point of including their children in the photo. It's creepy.
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For Scotland's Sake 1h
No, it really it isn't.
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For Scotland's Sake 5h
Replying to @Granval04
Those are the words of an SNP drone.
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For Scotland's Sake 6h
That's what the nationalists do. Knowing they have no argument, they smear and attack the man.
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For Scotland's Sake 6h
I'm proposing that votes are respected. The vote of the Scottish people in 2014 was to remain in the UK. Respecting that vote democratic. Endless referenda is a recipe for disaster.
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For Scotland's Sake 6h
Replying to @Brown666W
The SNP governs badly, and speaks only for minority Scottish nationalist opinion.
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For Scotland's Sake 6h
Under your system, there would be to overturn the result of (regardless of which side won). Remember what you proposed - YES to referenda. What you're proposing is bonkers.
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For Scotland's Sake 6h
Replying to @Edin_monitor
Saying yes to referenda. Not a good idea. It would mean then running if people didn't like the result. Then ... All the time, there's no focus on the stuff that actually matters. See the problem?
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For Scotland's Sake 9h
Replying to @admt62
That's an inconvenient truth for the SNP. A significant proportion of their supporters are opposed to the European Union. The SNP has essentially told these voters to f*** off.
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For Scotland's Sake 9h
Replying to @ScotsSolomon
Minority government, and governing poorly.
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For Scotland's Sake 10h
The SNP is not Scotland. The SNP is not "Scotland's voice".
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For Scotland's Sake 10h
So, the SNP position is that everyone who voted Leave is from the "hard right". You know that's false. Why spread muck Ron?
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For Scotland's Sake May 22
Replying to @athomsonkinross
It's the Euro. Or was that yesterday?
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For Scotland's Sake May 21
Alyn Smith is indeed dodging the currency question. No wonder people think politicians are sleekit. His "agnostic" response is simply not good enough.
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For Scotland's Sake May 21
People from other EU countries are as welcome in the rest of the UK as they are in Scotland. Your attempt to portray Scotland as morally superior is patronising and is wearing thin.
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For Scotland's Sake May 21
On the SNP's attempts to cover up their poor management of Scottish public services.
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For Scotland's Sake May 21
Ian Blackford SNP is asserting that the SNP WILL WIN the EU elections in Scotland. He might be right, but it's the height of arrogance for a politician to declare victory before votes have been cast.
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For Scotland's Sake May 21
Replying to @ali_harper
"Agnostic". Sorry Alyn. If you're arguing for the break up of Britain, you don't get to be agnostic.
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For Scotland's Sake May 21
Replying to @athomsonkinross
Well, that's a first. Oh no, wait...
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For Scotland's Sake May 21
Replying to @AFK103
That's a slippery tactic, and it won't wash with the Scottish public. Alyn Smith paints himself as a conviction politician. Where's his conviction on currency?
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