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Moira Feldman
Computing Science teacher, SNP member, mother of 3 and granny of 7
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The National Jun 23
Tomorrow's front page: FM 'more confident than ever' of securing independence after new poll predicts Yes majority with Johnson as PM
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Ian Blackford Jun 23
2. I might add the reason I have two offices is that I have the biggest geographic constituency in the UK. I expect my staff given they have communication responsibilities to keep up with the Parliament channel and the news channel.
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Child of Alba 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Jun 23
Replying to @BBCScotlandNews
Then we’re not in a union.
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Moira Feldman Jun 23
Thankfully, it's not up to whether or not regains her independence. It is up to the sovereign people of Scotland & absolutely no one else!
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Moira Feldman Jun 23
Are you listening to teachers Councillors? If not, why not? teachers WILL strike to prevent the costly introduction of Faculties, which will lower attainment rather than raise it.
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Dundee EIS Jun 23
Members will be aware of DCC’s decision to scrap “Managing Workforce Change”. DCC taken this decision as Unite prepared to take strike action to protect their conditions. In Sept., we’ll be asking sec. members to do the same. Faculties WON’T raise attainment but WILL cost money.
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Moira Feldman Jun 23
How does it matter if a couple voted Remain or not? This was a domestic dispute that could have ended very seriously, thankfully it didn't. It did however, confirm how unsuitable Boris Johnson is as a candidate to be Prime Minister.
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Bill MacBeth Jun 22
Tories attempting a power grab of Scotland so now you know the reason for Mundell's New Office
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Ridge on Sunday Jun 23
"He seems to have had a political career where he has gone out of his way to be gratuitously offensive." Scotland's First Minister says she doesn't think will make a good PM. Follow live here:
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Maree Todd MSP Jun 23
Three years - nearly three prime ministers. Three years without a hint of the day job being done in Westminster...in Scotland we can choose a different path
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Peter A Bell #DissolveTheUnion Jun 22
I confidently predict that, two years after independence, you will struggle to find anyone who admits to having opposed it.
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Douglas Chapman MP 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Jun 23
Unbelievable : Liam Fox tripping out the old “we are a family of nations” claptrap. His answer to the question on why almost 2/3rd’s of Conservative members would rather than keep Scotland in their pernicious Union. Mr Fox, we’re leaving!
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Bill Cruickshank Jun 22
Here speaks Scotland's First Minister on the international stage: This is the news & the British nationalist press choose to ignore!
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Moira Feldman Jun 23
Replying to @cissova @traquir and 5 others
Surely the point is that should be completely impartial & report the facts without putting the editor or reporter's personal political spin on it? As it stands, currently, in their is clear in favour of Unionist parties.
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Dick Winchester Jun 23
The behaviour of the UK Govt and their Labour opposition over the last few years has probably been enough to swing a lot of people towards Scottish independence but Brexit and now the awful prospect of either a Johnson or Hunt govt pretty much guarantees it.
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Graham Pattie #ⅈℕⅅℽℝⅇƑ² #DissolveTheUnion Jun 22
Transparent? Ruth's always been transparent. Most of us have always been able see right through her! Where the funding comes from though? That's an entirely different matter.
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Ross Colquhoun Jun 23
🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 A Panelbase survey of 1,024 voters, conducted last week, has indicated there would be a six-point lead for the “” independence campaign if, as expected, Boris Johnson succeeds Theresa May.
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Pete Wishart Jun 23
Sophy Ridge on Sky. ‘Usually when we go out we find a range of opinions. In Edinburgh we couldn’t find anyone who had anything positive to say about Boris Johnson’.
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Moira Feldman Jun 23
Replying to @Jeremy_Hunt
What wants is . We will be having it, irrespective of what you say, but a Section 30 order would mean we could leave as friends. Do bear in mind what Chancellor Hammond has just said about Scotland
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Moira Feldman Jun 23
Absolute gibberish again about car drivers. Until public transport becomes as convenient, as affordable & guarantees a seat, as driving to work in a car, lay off car drivers. Currently, for example I would need to leave home an hour earlier to travel to work by public transport
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