Sturgeon wants another referendum

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  1. Magicpole

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    You're right. Made a **** of that. Still hungover.
     
  2. Saddleworth2

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    Never mind mate! Nats don't usually bother too much about facts :-)
     
  3. Magicpole

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    Unlike Brexiteers and Tories.
     
  4. Saddleworth2

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    No they are quite as bad. You can't call Ruth a conservative though. More a Unionist.
     
  5. hgblue

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    She needs to present herself as the main defender of the union, and if she does that successfully I can see her doing really well
     
  6. smudgedj

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    That's a vote winner. I'd call it Royal Bank Of Scotland or something.
     
  7. mcfc1632

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    Ooops - this does not reflect what we advised on here - must be some fake news by that tight-wing rag The Scotsman


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    I found the comments at the end of this article informative.

    http://www.scotsman.com/news/politi...n-support-for-scottish-independence-1-4428346

    And in further fake-news:

    "Only a quarter of Scots support Nicola Sturgeon’s call for a second independence referendum to be held between autumn 2018 and spring 2019, a new poll has indicated.

    Just 26% of those questioned backed that timetable while 46% stated there should not be another vote on leaving the UK at all."

    https://www.eveningexpress.co.uk/pi...-timetable-call-backed-by-only-26-poll-finds/
     
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  8. Gaylord du Bois

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    Great Umbrage.
    From The Scotsman comments :


    "It's been a long time coming , but Sturgeon and her wee gang of no marks and never wases, are now reaping the whirlwind.Ten years of self serving whining , ten years of policy free politics of grievance , and ten years of narrow divisiveness, have brought decent Scots to the point of rebellion against the SNP, and all they stand for.
    And if ever Scots had wondered what it would really be like in a separate Scotland under Sturgeon , watching her now deal very badly with adversity , provides the answer. Small , petty , vindictive , and graceless is how Sturgeon now appears.Forget all the crud peddled by the likes of Riddoch and Mcwhirter, about Sturgeon as the all conquering master tactician. What we are witnessing now , as I have said many times before , is the SNP,s Ally McLeod moment , as the country realises it has been let down by a bunch of Wee chancers.
    As for those desperate little zealots , clinging on to a vote in the Wee pretendy Parliament , amidst the wreckage of their separatist dreams , good luck with that. A shop soiled Sturgeon , will have little chance of ever getting another referendum , and no chance of ever winning one. Her " next steps" which were promised after Easter, are now likely to be stepping down.
    Salmond and Sturgeon had one shot , and they f*cked it up.Royally."
     
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  9. Saddleworth2

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    They really are beyond clueless with zero understanding of the Banking industry. A national bank for Scotland? Set up as a job creation exercise. FS.
     
  10. Saddleworth2

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    I like that!
     

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