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What's that got to do with the Scottish fishies?
what's Shamima Begum got to do with Nicola Sturgeon?
Are you sure?
I know! what with that and the Sturgeon Salmond bout, I am laying in more beer and popcorn!
I noticed earlier there was a delay on the Sky broadcast then I seen a wee note saying there was a thirty second delay.

After the break it showed the same but shortly after it then changed to "Delayed Feed" and it's more than a minute.

I'm wondering if they're worried about broadcasting something unlawful?
If Alex Salmond wants his statement published why on earth doesn't he just put it on facebook.

Because he might be prosecuted for contempt of court
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Drat I was too slow and missed gullivers contribution
prefer salmon i find cavier a little salty.
15.54. Will try again later Bob.
Bob I only asked Danny if he was obsessed with Keir Starmer.
I watched a lot of the inquiry session.
Salmond was sitting on a big file with a lot of the answers to questions the committee were asking. But the Crown Office in Scotland has said he will be prosecuted if he gives the Committee the answers they seek.
Extraordinary interference of an Independent Inquiry. Highly entertaining. There will be many in the Scottish Government, the Crown Office and SNP having a sleepless night tonight.
// what's Shamima Begum got to do with Nicola Sturgeon?//
they dont even look alike

there is a little too much of stuffing gulliver in my opinion considering the dross that DOES get thro

Salmonds evidence - three hours worth - was rivetting and I was glued to the screen. Yeah gobble box wiv my box of choccies...
He HAD been acquitted and given lots of moolah in legal fees - half a mill -

and all sorts of odd things - his great para had been censored on the say so of the scots crown office. The para the one what had gone was available on the internet. The para MAY identify a complainant who is given anonymity. The para only mentions Nicola S who is NOT a complainant

so what IS going on?

Lord Hope in short a scottish law lord was in radio 4 0800 and was more opaque that the usual "thought for the day" - Lord Hopeless of Glenfoggie.

no yes or no - always - "and a year ago in my rejoinder to the precognition we prayed to the Lord sundicate, the lord advocate interpellated and I will say this again as I said clearly the first time - the Crown office general who is an appointed civil servant and has NOOOOO power in relation to counter prayers of any kind heard at court of session gomboolas either in person or praeter eternam .....

// But the Crown Office in Scotland has said he will be prosecuted if he gives the Committee the answers they seek. Extraordinary interference of an Independent Inquiry. //

as was clearly pointed out - - the crown office advocates have only advised about the validity of various prayers and interlocutories which were variously prayed and rebutted

the MPs themselves were asking really durr questions
Is not the Scottish parliament subject to the same law as the rest of us?

no of course it isnt - there is something called parliamentary privilege - oh oops is there? my bad .....

oh heavens
meetings occurred without minutes.... ( news just now)

and what was discussed? - clearly the subject of dispute .....
Sturgeon next week. Speaking under oath.
I might get a big tub of Rum and Raisin ice cream from Aldi for that :-)
I have to say, I'm loving this.

Sturgeon acting like a tin pot dictator of a banana republic and the redacted information.

Her incredibly iffy husband, SNP Chief Executive, Peter Murrell.

And Salmond.

This is utterly brilliant.
Yup! deskdiary. :)

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