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Allan Grogan
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LeanneWood 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Jun 10
“'It will be like handing every Londoner a cheque for over £200 and taking £700 from every Welsh person' Communities in Charge has revealed how hard Wales will be hit if Westminster's spending priorities don't change when we leave”
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Caroline Lucas Jun 10
Day 1 of and so far it's * one rule for the rich, one for the poor, on illegal drug use * tax cuts for the better off * restrictions on abortion rights. The Conservative party's true colours.
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Allan Grogan May 30
Was it just me or 3 years ago was Barry Gardiner not cutting through presenters questions, full of fire putting the world to rights. These days i watch him and he spends 5 minutes trying to explain whether he wants a cup of tea or not.
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Allan Grogan May 30
hi can someone get in touch re Scotland. Thanks
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Allan Grogan May 30
Replying to @OwenJones84
Agree on both appointments. Needs to be a shake up.
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David Martin May 29
Find myself getting increasingly angry with senior Labour people boasting they voted Liberal Democrat. Don’t know why they feel so proud to have eliminated hard working pro Europe MEPs or feel so smug about doing long term damage to
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Allan Grogan May 28
Interesting developments? Would be good to see a new crop of Labour members take forward LFIs message of change. I suspect the argument is more a democratic one now we have Corbyn and Leonard pursuing Real Labour policies
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Allan Grogan May 28
Replying to @NeilFindlay_MSP
A huge loss to the Parliamentary Party in Holyrood. Thank you for sll your efforts
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Allan Grogan May 28
Its hilarious that the Tories ran on a campaign mot to vote for but to vote for Tories to send a message that you dont want an indy referendum. They then receive 12% of vote and complain the SNP never mentioned it in campaign.... you did though.
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Allan Grogan May 28
Replying to @guardian
The rules are very simple. When i reapplied to join i had to wait two years as i was a member of another party in between. Funny to see some up in arms today over clear breach of rules but wanted someone who supported Corbyn and Scot Independence to be kept out
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Allan Grogan May 28
If you are a member of Labour Party you vote Labour really that simple. Its even in the rules.
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Chitterin’licht! May 27
Am I right in thinking had lost every single election during her time as Scottish tory leader?
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Allan Grogan May 27
EU and Scotland has lost a fantastic representative. Good luck in all you do in future
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Allan Grogan May 27
Replying to @jamieszymko
I always think greens here go between radicalism which could be off putting to voters and policies which have little impact environmentally but damage their agenda ie work car park charges
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Allan Grogan May 27
4. A bad night for Labour in Scotland. I agree much of policies are popular and needed but message not getting out. Still on wrong side of constitutional argument and this will continue to wipe us out. Perhaps time dusted off campaign boots
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Allan Grogan May 27
3. A disaster for Labour. While I support the drive to the left under Corbyn. They have got the stance on Brexit all wrong. was spot on last night and hope she can persuade others in NEC
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Allan Grogan May 27
2. Disappointing night for the Greens in Scotland, would have liked to see them pick up a seat. Have to wonder why they havent had the effect that they have in other countries. Would be interested in green media coverage in other nations.
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Allan Grogan May 27
Some observations from last night. 1. Brexit 'victory' unsurprisingly imflated by msm. They picked less than 10 seats more than UKIP in 2014 in an atmosphere that was prime for pro leave and remain parties to so well.
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Allan Grogan May 25
There will still be a Labour and Conservative Party in a pist indy Scotland but the more voices offering a variety of the type of society we want the better.
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Allan Grogan May 25
As much as i respect ypur commitment have to disagree. The diversity of those who voted yes was what allowed us to get 45% we need more diversity ,
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