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Jeremy Corbyn
Sending my solidarity to the workers at the Caley. The SNP must listen to them, and to 's demands, and take this transport asset into public ownership.
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Gillian🦄 #CyberMidge🦟 Apr 6
Might have been possible if the Scottish government weren't being strangled paying off 's astronomical PFI debt.
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jaggy thistle Apr 6
And the money for equal pay for women that labour spent millions fighting against.,
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Iain  #FBSI 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Apr 6
And the money for Trident that we don’t want but voted to renew
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Izzi Daly Apr 7
And mitigating the bedroom tax, all whilst trying to utilise limited public funding to reform social care etc.
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Sheila mcKenzie Apr 6
How do Propose The Scottish Government would take a UK Company owing Millions in Debt with a Head Office in Milton Keynes into Public ownership🤔
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Graham Findlay Apr 6
Corbyn demonstrating his cutting edge understanding of the powers held by the Scottish parliament. They should nationalise water when they're at it
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1980DSH Apr 5
So, a few lads march in Caley (fair play to them, by the way). From you, solidarity and you hope the SNP listen. 1m march in London. 6m sign a petition. You say absolutely nothing. You ignore it. What’s the matter with you?!
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Catio Miles Apr 5
Deep down Corbyn wants Brexit so he makes everybody poorer,so more members for his party. Balanced by asset confiscation where he will put in charge his mates such as and an assortment of nephews and nieces
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Boaby Shafto 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Apr 6
It’s a foreign owned private company and contrary to your claims Trade and industry is not devolved to Scotland?! “You fought against Scotland having these powers” 🤨
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Sonicspeach Apr 5
It's an English company mr Corbyn- you may wish to speak to that useless article known as the PM and her useless cabinet? English company with a yard in Scotland- Scottish gov aren't responsible for bailing out English companies that's the UK gov responsibility not scot Gov
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Carly D Apr 6
"Labour in Scotland, and at Westminster, rejected calls to devolve the power to create a public sector bid for our railways throughout their time in government."
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Peter Klein Apr 6
I used to believe that you were simply being badly advised by your staffers with regard to Scotland. However, it's now obvious you simply don't care what is true and will say/do anything if you believe it politically expedient. Scots know better!
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Alistair McGregor  🐝 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 🇰🇪 Apr 6
Sort Wales out mate. Don't come here spouting rhetoric that ultimately means nothing The SNP wanted more powers but didn't. They won being unionists. So don't come here telling us what to do
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Ank van Pelt Apr 5
Oi concentrate on a good deal for all in the UK. Oh wait you are are a red tory with no plan or even a clear stance on what is needed for this island. Yes island and you will be very isolated if you don't work together with other people
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⚫️John Patrick Waddington🌹☯️ Apr 5
Corbyn is not a red Tory. Utterly preposterous.
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Robert Connon Apr 6
Pro Brexit Pro Trident Pro Austerity If he's not a red tory no one is
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Sheila mcKenzie Apr 7
He's already confirmed Labour are committed to Trident Prioritising BOMBS Before BAIRNS Confirming Scotland's only hope of ridding ourselves of WMDs in our country is by ridding ourselves of Westminster Control by Unionist Parties Scottish🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿Independence is Vital 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇪🇺🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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Ron Dickinson Apr 6
Like you renationalised public transport when you had power for 13 years? Like how you made zero hours contracts illegal? Labour; party of , , , Oh, yeah, that Labour You will at least be delighted to know that prevented water privatisation
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Just A Scottish Yorkie Apr 5
UK company flounders, it's the SNP's fault for not nationalising it. This is getting beyond tedious as a trend. Honestly, it's like being subjected to this over and over again:
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