There are also some amazingly stupid onesLooks as if NS's beloved EU is about to give her a bit of a nip on the arrse .... never rains but it pours ...
Euro funds concern: Scots government faces up to £190m in EC penalties due to spending irregularitiesTHE Scottish Government faces a penalty of up to £190m because of irregularities in spending hundreds of millions in Euro funds which have…www.heraldscotland.com
also some cracking comments in this ...
Iain Macwhirter: Salmond's thunderous masterclass was not so much a smoking gun as a barrage of cannonfireIf nothing else, it was a masterclass in how to present a case. Alex Salmond’s six-hour Holyrood epic was coherent, unemotional, authoritative and…www.heraldscotland.com
Sorry - I was (badly) joking that it was ironic that funds from an entity that is unedited and a black hole for money has given funds to another entity with similar accounting practices.Not just EU funds though is it?
There are several billion quids worth of Covid funding from the UK treasury that seem to be unspent and nobody seems to be quite sure what it has been used for.
To be fair, she suffered (at least one) miscarriage around 2011 or something.I suspect a lot of folks are saying "Thank f**k she hasn't sprogged in order to keep her dynasty going".
The accusation is being widely used. On a Facebook thread where the Cult have a dominating presence, an indignant YesPest demanded 'evidence' that Scotland is a banana republic. The riposte was worthy of Nancy Astor.Well she has certainly turned Scotland in to a banana republic!
I said on Friday that she was going to have a sh1t weekend. Looks like it will not be over anytime soon.Being reported in the wail that
Alex Salmond will this week launch a devastating second attack on Nicola Sturgeon - in a move which could force her to resign as First Minister.
He will give evidence in private tomorrow or on Tuesday to a second inquiry, set up to establish whether Ms Sturgeon has broken the Ministerial Code.
Last night, a source close to Mr Salmond said: 'He will be able to say things in private which he hasn't been able to mention up until now.
'It will likely be damning and devastating for Nicola Sturgeon.'
Linky thing, sorry it being the wail
Alex Salmond will give evidence in private tomorrow or on Tuesday to a second Holyrood inquiry, set up to establish whether Ms Sturgeon has broken the Ministerial Code.www.dailymail.co.uk
That is exactly the problem. There are no checks and balances in the Scottish Parliament. She is totally immune, because of her absolute (effective rather than strictly numerical) majority, from anything if she keeps the brass neck to the front....... No one and nothing can sever it unless there is a real and genuine groundswell of opinion amongst the voters that forces the other SNP to think that they may lose their seats at the next election and thereby lose their access to the feeding troughYou know, I think Nicola is going to be found with her hand deep in the till, both by the Holyrood committee, who will be very lenient, and by the Hamilton QC enquiry into whether she broke the Ministerial Code.
She will then stand up in the Wee Hoose say, sorry, as she did not think she would be caught out, say something like the responsibility is all her's - then do absolutely nothing!!!!!
There will be a motion to dismiss her which she will bully all SNP to back her and give all sorts of promises to the Greens to continue backing her, and if she wins she will just carry on.
She is that gallus!