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Will The S N P Civil War Effect The Election?

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ToraToraTora | 12:20 Tue 23rd Feb 2021 | News
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It may cause a few people to shift opinions. The SNP is really only so strong because Labour is so poor. Just think how many Scottish Labour politicians we had not that long ago - Gordon Brown for one. If they made more of a shift they could capitalise on this piscatorial rift - to everyone's benefit. Hope the Scottish Tories are doing something to capitalise as...
17:19 Tue 23rd Feb 2021
* N. Irish politicians
(Just in case there is confusion)
So whos side are you taking in the ongoing SNP civil war,steggy?-Salmond and Cherrys or the Murrells?
Salmond has been to court, found not guilty
It’s over and done, for me
Cherry lost her job, it happens in politics like every where else. She has chose to make a big deal...
I don’t overly care, it’s for them to sort out
Its still costing us ordinary Scots loads of money these internal SNP wranglings and infightings(and civil war),let the SNP numpties pay for their own incestuous dealings with each other and not expect us Scots mug taxpayers to pick up the bill.
...or the English mug taxpayers either,as it is the English taxpayer who has to finance Scotland most of the time...
Everyone seems to be a mug in your world tho ynnaf... apart from you, that is ;)
The shenanigans currently being played out by the SNP will make absolutely no difference to the May elections. Scotland has effectively become a one party (failed) state. If it had no funds bussed up the M6 each night it would have collapsed into bankruptcy long ago.

Voters will rue the day the elect the next SNP Scottish Government because it will largely see the end of Scotland. They'd be mistaken in their ruefullness because in fact they should have rued the day the Blair administration enacted its preposterous devolution arrangements.
Do you think Scots gov should just give the money to their friends and benefactors like the uk gov does.?
Do you not think criminal allegations against politicians should be answered in court?
The daftest thing is we have a substantial contingent of SNP at Westminster who want to break up the country. Talk about a 5th column!
^ was to ynnaf
//Scotland has effectively become a one party (failed) state//
Pmsl
Aye we are a failed one party state, we don’t even have a majority government,... unlike the uk.
//Aye we are a failed one party state, we don’t even have a majority government,... unlike the uk.//

Scotland does not actually have a government at all. It has a Local Authority which acts under devolved powers from Westminster. It's only called a "government" to give it some legitimacy and credibility. Unfortunately the SNP has destroyed what little of that it had.
Section 44 of The Scotland Act 1998, states there is a Scottish Government.
//Section 44 of The Scotland Act 1998, states there is a Scottish Government.//

Indeed, Corby. As I said, it's called a "government."
this pm - sturgeon said

no one should be criticsing me ( without my say so) because it wd endanger the movement towards scots independence

jaw sropping - did she really say that - stuff


//It's only called a "government" to give it some legitimacy and credibility. Unfortunately the SNP has destroyed what little of that it had.//

Lol
Aye they will have to have a string of early elections like uk to boost credibility up a bit... and stop being so popular may help as well



It was your use of quotation marks to indicate you believe it is not a government whereas it clearly is and your belief is baseless.
Depends on your definition of government, Corby. Mine is "... the system of people, laws, and officials that define and control the country that you live in." The country that people in Scotland live in is the United Kingdom. Which leads us on to whether Scotland is a country. I don't believe that it is, in the same way that I don't believe Texas is a country. But it's only my opinion. It goes along with my belief that there should be no local "governments" below the national level. And that extends to the Scottish version. But it's no big deal if you disagree and I'll not argue. If Scotland and the Scots like to believe they have a government that's fine by me. So long as it keeps them happy (which it seems it doesn't).
I do feel sorry for the sane Scots.

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