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Bill McBain 30 May 17
Interesting placards launch
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paul best 30 May 17
how refreshing to see a manifesto launch with actual policies, and proper funny banter with the media.
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Jeannie McCrimmon 30 May 17
Who would you rather have babysit your children?
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Gizzy 30 May 17
Free Lego haircuts for everyone
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Kelly Given 30 May 17
Well Perth and Kinross, here's what yer new Tory cooncillors are up to instead of getting on with running your local services
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Malcolm Tucker 30 May 17
We'll offer you shitloads of free stuff. The tab is being picked up by SE England. Btw tell them they can fuck off.
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Cameron Archibald 30 May 17
Just left the launch, brilliant atmosphere with real progressive politics to deliver for the people of Scotland.
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THE BOSS 30 May 17
Why can't Nicolas Sturgeon lead the whole of the uk?
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Polly #ayerobot 30 May 17
BBC seem a bit pissed off that Indy wasn't mentioned more do actually have policies not a one trick pony
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Campbell #FBPE 30 May 17
Sturgeon really is the most impressive politician in the country. Can you imagine Theresa May joking with journos?
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Julia Rampen 30 May 17
If I was going to summarise Sturgeon's speech, I might call it 'strong and stable'
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Trevor Chaplin 30 May 17
This wording seems clear and well-chosen.
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Anne 30 May 17
what was astonishing is that broadcast the whole launch including journos questions from start >finish
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Gerry Hassan 30 May 17
Nicola Sturgeon: "My message to all voters is: vote SNP ... to give Scotland a place at the Brexit negotiating table."
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LaurenMarie 30 May 17
SNP will call on the UK government to stay part of the EMA so that access to vital drugs is maintained,
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Lithgae 30 May 17
A delight of Twitter is being able to read the & not having to listen to the distortions of any more.
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Edu Jordan Cruz 30 May 17
Which party you vote for in Scotland? Nicola Sturgeon May Corbyn Libdems SNP
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Andrés Nicolás Ordorica 30 May 17
Nicola a politician that understands journalists' responsibility to hold her to account. Unlike Trump or May who taunt/ avoid
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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🐰Rabbit 🐰🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 30 May 17
I fucking love living in Scotland and aye, voting Snp because they actually talk sense
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Stephen Dedalus 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇮🇪🇪🇺@YesScot 30 May 17
Standing room only at as hall full for the launch
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