Nicola Sturgeon - whither the SNP

Is Sturgeon's time as First Minister of Scotland coming to an end

  • Yes - she is dooomed

    Votes: 155 49.1%
  • No - this is just a storm in a tea cup

    Votes: 30 9.5%
  • Don't know

    Votes: 43 13.6%
  • Don't care

    Votes: 88 27.8%

  • Total voters
    316

theoriginalphantom

MIA
Book Reviewer
Mussolini did some good stuff, too: not just the trains.
E.g. creating the Agro Pontino (south of Rome) by draining the marshes; similar works in the Maremma.


didn't they just rewrite the timetables rather than make the trains run to the timetables?
 
As long as you understand that benign dictators are only benign while there is little serious opposition. Once their position is threatened they no longer seem so benign.
Of course.
 

Grownup_Rafbrat

LE
Book Reviewer
I don't think it is possible to explain in one or two simple paragraphs.

So a few bullet points

  • Allegations of stitch ups
  • Allegations of Law breaking
  • Allegations of lying to Parliament
  • Allegations of collusion between the SG, The Crown Office, Senior Civil Servants
  • Refusals to hand over Evidence
  • Evidence of others being subject to gagging orders.
Add - pressurising complainants to press charges in court.
 

Mufulira42

Old-Salt
I'm utterly unconvinced that Salmond, Sturgeon or anyone else in the hierarchy of the SNP wold recognise high ground if it bit them on the arse. All of them are a bush of slimy, conniving, self important, pond life. The only question is which of them all is worse than the others - or more realistically which of them can lie more convincingly for long enough to get away with the sh1t they have inflicted on the people they are supposed to represent.
You should express your feelings -- let it all out!
 
Just had to post this because of a qoute by Graeme Day


Mr Dey accused opposition members of having an "obsession about the public briefings", saying the first minister "provides assurance to the public" by hosting the televised events.
He added: "These are public health briefings that have proved essential throughout the past year - for Willie Rennie to imply that somehow the first minister would take advantage of that is frankly beneath him."


Mr Dey went on to say that all pigs would be grounded until after the election.
 

Auld-Yin

ADC
Kit Reviewer
Book Reviewer
Reviews Editor
Just had to post this because of a qoute by Graeme Day


Mr Dey accused opposition members of having an "obsession about the public briefings", saying the first minister "provides assurance to the public" by hosting the televised events.
He added: "These are public health briefings that have proved essential throughout the past year - for Willie Rennie to imply that somehow the first minister would take advantage of that is frankly beneath him."


Mr Dey went on to say that all pigs would be grounded until after the election.
I wonder if Mr Dey would be happy if Mr Rennie or Ms Davidson took over the onerous duties of reading out the daily statistics then saying what Scotland will be doing to follow and copy Westminster's actions.
 
Counsel on 6/12 said:
Counsel are of the view that the “least worst” option would be to concede the Petition. They understand how unpalatable that advice will be, and they do not tender it lightly.

Could not be clearer than that.
 

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