And interesting contrast to the approach of STV… David Porter had obviously had a good lunch just before he was asked this question… ‘Tae see oursel’s as ithers see us’ However, instead of concentrating on the disruption, STV actually showed what good journalism is like – ask questions, listen to the answers, allow time for… Continue reading Unorthodox commentary from the BBC…
The Speaker broke his own house rules by summarily expelling two ALBA MPs. We thought he was supposed to be improving standards and respect in Westminster.
An interview with Kenny MacAskill following his expulsion from the UK Parliament for putting forward Scotland’s right to hold a referendum. Ironically, Alba policy is not to have a referendum, that’s an SNP policy. However, the SNP MPs sat on their hands. Who stands for Scotland? #AlbaStandsForScotland
ALBA MPs stand up for Scotland And are told to shut up Two ALBA MPs throw Westminster into chaos. Their point: Scotland has a right to hold a referendum on Scottish Independence and Westminster has no right to deny it. Speaker Hoyle has to ask their names twice and almost loses it altogether. Imagine if… Continue reading Shut Up or Go
Latest at 3:41 Wednesday 6th July So far… Chancellor Rishi Sunak Health secretary Sajid Javid Will Quince, education minister Alex Chalk, solicitor general Robin Walker, education minister John Glen, treasury minister Victoria Atkins, justice minister Jonathan Gullis, Northern Ireland Office Saqib Bhatti, Department of Health and Social Care Nicola Richards, Department of Transport Virginia Crosbie, Welsh Office Laura… Continue reading Resignations
Westminster is in disarray tonight following the resignations of Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Secretary of State Sajid Javid resign from Boris Johnson’s government. Sunak’s letter viciously attacks Johnson’s competence, commitment and probity. The public rightly expect government to be conducted properly, competently and seriously. Javid’s letter emphasises the lack of integrity in Johnson’s government. I… Continue reading Chancellor and Health Secretary Resign
ALBA Depute Leader Kenny MacAskill MP said “Scotland’s right to decide is the key fundamental principle which must determine the democratic governance of Scotland. It is for the Scottish people and only the Scottish people to decide whether they become an Independent country. “The Yes movement can and will unite to offer a credible alternative… Continue reading YES Movement Must Assert Scotland’s Right to Choose it’s Own Future
Section 38 of the EU Withdrawal bill is a naked grab of Scotland’s right to exist as a nation. It is also a naked breach of settled international law. In direct opposition to the English doctrine of parliamentary sovereignty, sovereignty in Scotland is reserved to the people of Scotland. In England, (from the Bill of… Continue reading Westminster claims sovereignty over Scotland