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Debra
Some hae brains but cannae use them, some hae eyes but cannae see, we hae eyes and brains and tongue, we will gab til Scotland's free. art 🏳️‍🌈
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Sarah Mackie 37m
So, the House has to got to vote on pulling a vote, that the Government doesn’t want to go to a vote, because it knows it’ll lose the vote, but is trying to pull the vote without voting on pulling the vote? Did I get that right? 🤪
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Ross Colquhoun 1h
Since , it's been obvious that Tories would face this crunch moment where they would have to choose between their own power and protecting the national interest. Even now, after everything that has happened, they can't find the backbone to put their country before party.
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Vintage Wullie 2h
Strong and Stable!
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Doug Daniel 3h
I find it offensive that there are people who actually think Scotland couldn't run its own affairs better than this complete shitshow. How on earth could anyone do worse?
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Debra 2h
Replying to @Shiny02
{late addition of my hot take}
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Kirsty Strickland 2h
MPs should be FURIOUS at this delay. Proper, fire-in-their-bellies, RAGING at this utter shambles. It's not the time for mild disappointment and gently probing questions when May gets to her feet in the commons. The government are showing parliament breathtaking disrespect.
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Nicola Sturgeon 3h
So it is confirmed - pathetic cowardice it is from PM. Yet again the interests of the Tory party are a higher priority for her than anything else. This can’t go on.
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Disability Rights UK 4h
Scotland set to take lead on human rights with new Act
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CharlesWynfordLodge 5h
Why exactly have the Tories not been fined for contempt of parliament? They broke the law yet no punishment? Meanwhile people on benefits sanctioned for missing phone calls, etc. If politicians were fined or given jail when they lie and cheat maybe they'd stop doing it.
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Alyn Smith MEP 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇪🇺 6h
Joint statement ⁦⁩ and I on the huge win in the ECJ. The UK *can*, *unilaterally* revoke Article 50. The Scottish Case has delivered. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇪🇺
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Debra 5h
It’s funny isn’t it that when Scottish politicians try to do what’s best for Scotland is called obsession with independence but when they try do something for UK it’s called interfering? 🤷🏼‍♀️ 🙈
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Bella Caledonia Dec 9
This isn't going to be popular but our model for social change is not just flawed it's dystopian:
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Debra 7h
Replying to @MhairiHunter
Tbf only someone who was a bit of a gammon would be so gammony aboot the word gammon 😝🤪
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Hannah Jane Parkinson 18h
I absolutely lost it at “blue passportsesss”. Hats off
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Laura Elliott Dec 9
People with chronic pain ALREADY SIT WITH IT BECAUSE THERE’S LITERALLY NO OTHER OPTION. Miss me with this utter bullshit - I don’t need to test my potential for suffering
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David Schneider Dec 8
A Brexiter guide. How far back in time should the UK go? Soft Brexiter: 1972 Farage: 1952 UKIP/Tommy Robinson: 1942 Germany Rees-Mogg: 1852 Priti Patel: 1845 Irish potato famine No-deal Brexiter: The Stone Age
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Citizen Pangloss Dec 9
Regardless of the effects, I will definitely spoil any second Brexit referendum ballot. Brexit has nothing to do with me or my country, it is an alien imposition, my next referendum vote will be a Yes to Scottish Independence. And I think all Yes voters should join me.
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Colin Stewart Dec 8
Absolute disgrace this being paid for by UKG. I can explain how it delivers for Scotland in 2 seconds: It doesn't! 2014 was a long time ago. Mind is well and truly made up now. It's a yes from me.
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Sarah Mackie Dec 8
‘Compassionate Conservatism’: sanctioning someone for almost a third of a year for missing a phonecall. Just one of the reasons I campaign for Scottish independence.
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