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Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh
Former MP and National Women's & Equalities Convenor| columnist|Advisor |Trustee |Editor
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Joanna Cherry QC MP Apr 24
Delighted to hear leader & announce legislation to facilitate in the lifetime of current & adopt my proposals to build policy consensus
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The National Apr 24
As long as we are tied to these privateers and disaster capitalists, our services and our prosperity as a nation is under threat //
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Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh Apr 13
Looking forward to this! 🙋🏽‍♀️💃🏽
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Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh Apr 12
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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿CHRISTOPHER McEleny Apr 9
Why multicultural Scotland must have its voice heard in Europe via in today’s
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The National Apr 10
Here's an important statistic that’s been largely ignored in the tunnel-vision coverage of our current Brexit fiasco 👇 //
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SNP BAME Apr 9
SNP BAME Fringe event at spring conference, Sunday, 28 April at EICC, Moorfoot Room, 150 Morrison Street, Edinburgh EH3 8EE . For more : snpbame@hotmail.com
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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿CHRISTOPHER McEleny Apr 7
On this day 1934: was founded at its first annual conference, held on 7th April 1934, in Glasgow. Thank you to everyone that’s progressed the case for Scottish independence, trail-blazed along the way, and been an inspiration to many over the past 85 years.
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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿CHRISTOPHER McEleny Apr 6
“It is in truth not for glory, nor riches, nor honours that we are fighting, but for freedom – for that alone, which no honest man gives up but with life itself.” Dated 6 April 1320, the declaration of Arbroath confirmed Scotland's status as an independent, sovereign state.
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Yes Perth City Apr 5
'Before we launch our lifeboat, as we surely now must, let history record that it was Scottish civic nationalism that reached out to save the UK from its lurch to far-right, xenophobic nationalism.' , via .
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The National Apr 3
It was Scotland that offered the UK a way out, a way back to its central values that have been hijacked //
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Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh Mar 28
It’s the 29th March 2019 and we are still in the European Union. Yay! It’s all been a bad dream 🇪🇺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh Mar 28
Congratulations @VoteMcTaggart1! Fantastic news. Such a well deserved win for Jane who has campaigned tirelessly for so many. Delighted! 🎉. A great addition to team in
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Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh Mar 28
with ’s fabulous candidate, Jane McTaggart @VoteMcTaggart1 . Get voting before polls close! 🗳
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William Duguid Mar 27
'I can’t think of another politician so universally disliked and distrusted.' on master of the sleekit arts Michael Gove. via
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The National Mar 27
Surely one of the most farcical aspects of the current Brexit debacle is the concept that Michael Gove could become the next Prime Minister //
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Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh Mar 15
Hey Donald Trump Junior, remember the ? That was your Dad’s disgusting work. Sit down.
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Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh Mar 15
This, from an elected politician, is quite despicable. This is why, world-over, we should be so wary of the election of representatives who pander to right wing extremists. Don’t vote for them. Ever.
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Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh Mar 15
Absolutely horrific news of a pre-meditated terrorist attack on Muslims at Friday prayers in Christchurch. Thoughts with all those affected and the peace-loving people of NZ. We must stand together against right-wing extremism. Terrorism has no religion
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Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh Mar 9
Marking in this morning with and . Thanks to fellow speakers and to the fabulous Judith Reid for organising. It was lovely to meet up again with the Brain family too!
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