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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
NJ, you're happy to quote legislation when it supports your point of view but in this instance, your definition of "government" is not supported by the legislation.
No it's just my opinion, Corby. I'm not arguing it as fact. If the (proper) government wants to sub-contract its responsibilities to others and call them a government that's their prerogative. But they mustn't get too surprised when the sub-contractors get ideas above their station.
NJ I wd prefer you to stab an explanation as to why publishing a statement cd be contempt of court - and therefore there is a duty to redact

this apparently was why " Nicola Sturgeon is a damned liar" was redacted
@10.02.You never answered my question,Steggy.In the ongoing SNP civil war whose side are you on-Mrs Murrells or Randy Alecs...?
I'm afraid I can't answer your question, Peter. I don't know what the statement is that has been redacted or what its significance is. In fact, I know nothing about the Sturgeon:Salmond argy-bargey. It holds no interest for me whatsoever. Rats in sacks spring to mind.
If you are an English taxpayer,NJ,you are paying for the whole "shenanigans"within the SNP,so i would suggest you have some input in this inner incestuous infighting within the SNP.You are paying for it whether you like it or not.Pay up English mugs.
How much have taxpayers who are English, contributed to the "shenanigans"?
Probably quite a lot,loon.By the way whose are you on in the ongoing civil war within the SNP?Mrs Murrell or R*n*y S*ndys?
"whose side are you on"
"Probably quite a lot" is that not a bit vague? Mr Salmond is due to speak to to-morrow so I'll wait to hear or read what all he says.
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judge: "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. " - correct, there is no "government" beyond what England allows but that should be good practice for diving under the jackboot of the EUSSR. Scotland will crave England's frying pan if they choose the EUSSR fire.
"correct, there is no "government" beyond what England allows " where is this English government based?
I think the number one Scot-Billy Connolly got it right when he said the Scottish parliament was just another wee toon coonsil,anither wee talking shop.
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...who could argue with the great man eh?
"who could argue with the great man eh?"

Not me...

Mmmm,sad to see him now.Another Scot living the high life away from Scotland and supporting the nationalists.All right for them,they dont have to pay for it.The Scottish mug taxpayers and(mostly)the English mug taxpayers have to cough up the dosh.
Thanks for that post Jim. Always a pleasure to see billy connolly. ;)
"Another Scot living the high life away from Scotland and supporting the nationalists."

Less than an hour before that comment, he was "the number one Scot".

Can you not make your mind up?
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"The Scottish mug taxpayers and (mostly) the English mug taxpayers have to cough up the dosh."

What is it you're mumping about, exactly?

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