Originally posted by Alex Salmond, October 09 Some by-elections are memorable and important. Some are instantly forgettable, except by political anoraks. Rutherglen and Hamilton West is a mix of the two. The campaign was dreary and forgettable, moving only just over a third of the electorate to the polls. However, the result may herald big… Continue reading Humza Yousaf Has “A Matter Of Days To Save His Leadership”
In Ferrier Seat By-Election Former First Minister, Alex Salmond, has called on SNP leader and First Minister Humza Yousaf to back a Scotland United for independence approach to fighting the Rutherglen and Hamilton West By-Election. Mr Salmond has hit out at the “undemocratic” recall petition that has resulted in removing Margaret Ferrier from Parliament. Former… Continue reading Salmond Calls For Single Pro-Indy Candidate
A service was held at Inverness Cathedral in memory of Winnie Ewing today. Few have displayed her courage, fortitude, or selfless devotion to Scotland’s cause. Her legacy includes some of today’s most principled advocates of Scottish Independence, Annabelle and Fergus, and of course her title, bestowed by European politicians in admiration for her single-minded and… Continue reading Memorial Service for Winnie Ewing
ALBA Westminster Leader Neale Hanvey MP reacts to Angus MacNeil’s decision to sit as an independent MP in lack of SNP independence strategy In a statement Neale Hanvey MP said: “Angus MacNeil is an outstanding independence MP, honest, forthright and brave. He will be a great loss to the SNP but hopefully, as he is… Continue reading Angus MacNeil’s decision to sit as an independent MP
Jim Sillars joins Alex Salmond in Edinburgh
ALBA leader, former First Minister, Alex Salmond’s reaction to Humza Yousaf’s speech. He said: “Humza Yousaf has to urgently realise that the SNP is only part of the independence movement and it is the part which is in difficulty. If the next General election is now back to being a key independence decision point, as… Continue reading Yousaf Needs to Rise to National Unity Test
Former Scottish First Minister, Alex Salmond, has paid tribute to Winnie Ewing whose death was announced today. “Winnie Ewing was the most influential Scottish nationalist of the 20th century.“ Her triumph in the Hamilton by-election of 1967 defined modern Scottish nationalism and started a period of unbroken parliamentary representation which has lasted more than half… Continue reading Alex Salmond pays tribute to Winnie Ewing
We have been warning for over a year now that this Scottish Government advice must be withdrawn.