Category Archives: Scottish Politics

ALBA: Women’s Equality

Women took centre stage at the launch of the ALBA party’s Women’s conference. ALBA released its official policy manifesto on equalities. We attach it below for the benefit of voters, particularly those concerned by the other parties’ positions on women’s … Continue reading

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Altering Society

A Parable For a Nation Readers should begin by dismissing the grand title as a thesis on neo-colonialism, for this is concerned with community cohesion. I am about to relate the tale of how, by accident, I changed a forgotten … Continue reading

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Publish and be Damned

This glowing article on Scotland’s ability to flourish if reinstated as an autonomous country was published as a London School of Economics Paper a few days ago – and suddenly vanished. Highly positive about Scotland’s economy, you need no familiarity … Continue reading

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Neale Hanvey: A Statement

Neale Hanvey lays out his reasons for joining the ALBA party, a politician much liked by his constitutents, harrassed by the SNP while attempting to serve that party’s interests. My primary focus is and always will be achieving our shared … Continue reading

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Kenny MacAskill: A Statement

Dear Friend I am writing to advise you of a decision I have taken and provide you with my reasoning. I believe that this is the best way to achieve our goal of independence. This coming election’s vital for our … Continue reading

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Salmond: Justice Seen To Be Done

STATEMENT FROM THE RIGHT HON. ALEX SALMOND MP “This is my third and final public statement on the subject of the parliamentary and Hamilton investigations and the Dunlop Review. The Inquiries are over and despite their manifest limitations, the findings … Continue reading

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Sturgeon Misled Parliament

An ‘incomplete narrative of events”. That is the key phrase in the extract above. James Hamilton’s report makes clear that the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, did mislead Parliament. Whether deliberate, forgetfulness or an error, she misled Parliament. The SNP is … Continue reading

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Collusion, Perjury and Criminal Conspiracy

Twenty-two minutes of your time to hear a Tory politician in Westminster defend Scotland’s moral laws against unlawful persons of the SNP and Scot Gov, who plotted to consign Alex Salmond’s reputation to the dustbin, criminally lower than that of … Continue reading

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Response To Inquiry

This is the 15th March 2021 letter from Alex Salmond’s legal counsel to the Holyrood Inquiry expressing bewilderment at the members of the Inquiry for deferring to the Crown Office by not asking for the documents they hold currently to … Continue reading

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Where The Buck Stops

I have never called for Nicola Sturgeon to resign. Only the loony – there’s a song in that – think criticism of her policies or lack of them, is tantamount to demanding her resignation. Resignation is a matter for the … Continue reading

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