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Rishi said NO - Indyref2

saint nicola no more - letter to king charles

Humza Yousaf sworn in 2pm Scottish Parliament
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Report yak hunt October 5, 2023 9:14 AM BST
The consensus used to be that heavy rain on election day favoured the tories because they were wealthier and had their own transport to take them to the polling station. In modern times, postal voting has virtually eliminated that edge but the forecast today could well affect turnout.
Report xmoneyx October 5, 2023 4:03 PM BST
Humza Yousaf front cover

TIMES magazine New York
Report xmoneyx October 5, 2023 6:26 PM BST
turnout in the by election was around 12% at 2pm Whoops
Report yak hunt October 5, 2023 6:29 PM BST
That sounds abysmal but could be weather related I guess?
Report xmoneyx October 5, 2023 6:45 PM BST
Police Scotland has responded to queries about the complaint made about Sunak's remarks re Nicola Sturgeon in his speech:

"We have received a complaint & following consultation with the Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service, no police action is being taken at this time.”
Report xmoneyx October 5, 2023 7:51 PM BST
Police to take no action against Rishi Sunak after a joke aimed at Nicola Sturgeon at the Tory conference
Report xmoneyx October 5, 2023 9:32 PM BST
Labour 1 to 25

SNP 11 to 1

skybet
Report xmoneyx October 5, 2023 10:22 PM BST
SNP sources saying they expect to lose the seat to Labour, and it’s now a question of margin
Report yak hunt October 5, 2023 11:06 PM BST
Apparently, as you mentioned upthread, the turnout is really abysmal, could be weather. Not sure what the result will prove if the turnout is as bad as perceived.
Report yak hunt October 6, 2023 12:04 AM BST
37.2% turnout. That is shocking.
Report xmoneyx October 6, 2023 3:12 AM BST
Rutherglen and Hamilton West parliamentary by-election, result:

LAB: 58.6% (+24.1)
SNP: 27.6% (-16.6)
CON: 3.9% (-11.1)
LDEM: 2.9% (-2.2)
GRN: 2.0% (+2.0)
REF: 1.3% (+1.3)

Labour GAIN from SNP.

this is off the radar bad for the snp

internal war looming
Report xmoneyx October 6, 2023 3:18 AM BST
only good news tory lost deposit
Report northanlite October 6, 2023 5:10 AM BST
It was rotten weather and when I voted I was the only person in the hall but there was also
always going to be to be something of backlash against the SNP. It appears this took the form
of not voting rather than a mass switching of votes.

There is no doubt that Labour campaigned the hardest and most effectively with a decent
local candidate and the general election vote in this ward is likely to be very close.

Obviously I voted for "Prince Ankit Love, Emperor of India." Sadly he only got 34 votes which
isn't a great look for an Emperor. In fact I am beginning to wonder if he really is the Emperor
of India.
Report sageform October 6, 2023 7:48 AM BST
It may be important in Scotland whether SNP or Labour win these seats but they nearly always vote together in Westminster so it has little effect there.
Report yak hunt October 6, 2023 8:47 AM BST

Oct 6, 2023 -- 7:48AM, sageform wrote:


It may be important in Scotland whether SNP or Labour win these seats but they nearly always vote together in Westminster so it has little effect there.


The SNP don't vote in Westminster on matters not affecting Scotland.

Report SirNorbertClarke October 6, 2023 9:00 AM BST

The SNP don't vote in Westminster on matters not affecting Scotland.


The SNP voted against extending Sunday shopping hours in England.
Report northanlite October 6, 2023 9:11 AM BST
They felt that would impact workers pay and conditions in Scotland which is why they voted sir.
Report yak hunt October 6, 2023 9:13 AM BST
You are correct.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-35756258
The SNP has said it is to vote against UK government plans to change Sunday trading laws in England and Wales.

Proposals to allow English and Welsh councils to permit larger stores to open for more than six hours will not directly affect Scotland, where there are no trading restrictions in place.

But the SNP said it had concerns over the knock-on effects on Scottish pay.

With more than 20 Tory MPs set to rebel, the risk of a government defeat in a vote on Wednesday has increased.

MPs will vote on proposed changes to Sunday trading laws in what would be the biggest shake-up for 20 years.

SNP MPs met in Westminster met on Tuesday to decide whether to order their 54 MPs to abstain in the vote, effectively allowing the proposals to pass, or to oppose them outright. They have decided to do the latter.

With Labour also opposing the changes and at least 21 Conservative MPs threatening to rebel, the SNP's stance could tip the balance in the vote.

At the moment in England and Wales, small shops - up to 280 sq m, or 3,000 sq ft in size - can open when they want to on Sundays but larger stores are restricted to six hours between 10:00 and 18:00. Retailers can be fined up to £50,000 if they break the rules.

'Paramount'
The UK government's plans to give councils the freedom to determine opening hours will not apply directly to Scotland but the SNP has concerns about their impact on existing Sunday wage rates and people who do not want to work.

Stewart Hosie, the SNP's deputy leader, said the UK government had made concessions to protect workers but they did not go far enough in terms of safeguarding the "premium pay" rates he said Scottish workers currently enjoyed, control of which the SNP wants to be devolved.

"Protecting Scottish workers has been paramount to our decision to oppose the government's plans on Sunday Trading," he said. "We have had Sunday Trading in Scotland for some time and the SNP has never been opposed to it.

"However, our concerns here are rooted in the knock-on impact to Scottish workers who would be at risk of pay cuts - many of whom are already suffering from George Osborne's cuts to tax credits and other in-work support.

"SNP MPs have considered all sides in this debate and our decision has been made so workers in Scotland are protected."

The decision was welcomed by unions, which said "common sense had prevailed".

'Common sense'
"Shopworkers across the UK will be relieved the SNP have eventually made the right decision to oppose Sunday trading changes that could impact on shop workers pay," said John Hannett, the general secretary of Usdaw.

Asked before the SNP announcement whether it was confident of Commons approval, Downing Street said it was clear about the economic benefits that could result from giving communities the power to determine opening hours.

"We think this is a way to enhance the ability of communities to support their High Streets to deal with some of the pressures that they face from the online market that we have these days and where we haven't updated Sunday trading rules to reflect that," a No 10 spokeswoman said.

Ministers say the change will help High Streets struggling to compete against online retailers and reflects changing leisure and working patterns.

But critics have said Sunday should remain a special day for people to spend with their family or pursuing other activities, including religious observance, free from added commercial pressure. They have expressed concerns that despite promised safeguards, staff will come under increased pressure to work from employers, and pointed out the proposals were not in the Conservatives' election manifesto.

In the run-up to the vote, 21 Conservative MPs signed an amendment to the Enterprise Bill opposing the changes.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has warned that the proposals would be the thin end of the wedge and could herald a full "seven-day society".

"If we march through those lobbies together tomorrow with a group of Conservatives who share our views - we will win and we'll keep Sundays as a different day - it's worth fighting for," he said during a visit to east London.

"For those with a strong Christian faith who wish to have a different Sunday I absolutely support them. For those who just want a different day of a week on a Sunday, a day they can get together with family... relaxation time, that's good."
Report xmoneyx October 6, 2023 9:40 AM BST
Three quarters of SNP voters stayed at home in a by election. Tories voted for labour, tories lost their deposit. 37% turnout.
Report yak hunt October 6, 2023 9:49 AM BST
It's difficult to see a similar result in a general election, not just in this seat but throughout Scotland. Are tories in Scotland likely to all vote Labour in order to enable Keir Starmer to become PM?
Report xmoneyx October 6, 2023 9:54 AM BST
they fear independence more

keir matching every tory policy from brexit to migration
Report breadnbutter October 6, 2023 2:17 PM BST
Nats fear indy the most Laugh
Report sageform October 6, 2023 8:05 PM BST
But in Westminster 90% of issues will see Labour supported by SNP so when it comes to a hung parliament, SNP will align with Labour. It is only on Scottish issues that they differ.
Report Shrewd_dude October 7, 2023 12:11 PM BST
More posts going missing. Must have fell foul of the First Activists draconian hate crime bill.
Report Shrewd_dude October 7, 2023 10:24 PM BST
Anyone heard a peep from progressive international statesman and Scotland's First Activist condemning todays Terrorist attacks?

Did the Spads have the day off and Wee Jimmy wasn't answering his phone calls because she was at the Rugby?
Report cryoftruth October 8, 2023 8:39 AM BST
The fact is that Scotland continues to be ruled, as it has for over half a century, by a Tory Government that Scotland roundly rejected.

The latest by-election and latest polls indicate that Scotland does not just reject the Tories, they completely despise them with support now down to 16%.

When a country keeps on being ruled by a clique of foreign rich boys they reject and vote against so overwhelmingly, especially when the foreign rich boys are odious corrupt and sleazy Hooray Henries with a sense of entitlement who have robbed the people to pay bungs to their chums, sooner of later that country will get her freedom.
Report Shrewd_dude October 8, 2023 8:55 AM BST
The fact is that Scotland continues to reject sole rule by the sleazy, corrupt gravy troughers that are in charge at Holyrood at the moment.

The latest polls suggest that the stench of corruption and cronyism has got worse under the likes of Brass Nic and scooter boy by so much that the progress under Salmond is dissipating rapidly and the career politicians who haven't had a job in their life are now all in fighting as they thrash around in fear that the gravy bus might end as even their biggest flag wearing supporters realise they are just smaller **** in a smaller pond.
Report truehoncho October 8, 2023 5:25 PM BST
Has he condemned the attack yet?
Report Shrewd_dude October 8, 2023 5:42 PM BST
He is also a big Celtic fan and would alienate a part of their support if he came out against the Hamas terrorists.

Rumours are that a Glaswegian has died in the attacks as well and if so he will be under a lot of pressure to find his testicles and answer journalists questions on Monday.
Report sageform October 8, 2023 7:47 PM BST
Please give Scotland independence and remove them from Westminster.
Report cryoftruth October 8, 2023 8:07 PM BST
The fact is that Scotland continues to be ruled, as it has for over half a century, by a Tory Government that Scotland roundly rejected.

The latest by-election and latest polls indicate that Scotland does not just reject the Tories, they completely despise them with support now down to 16%.

When a country keeps on being ruled by a clique of foreign rich boys they reject and vote against so overwhelmingly, especially when the foreign rich boys are odious corrupt and sleazy Hooray Henries with a sense of entitlement who have robbed the people to pay bungs to their chums, sooner of later that country will get her freedom.
Report truehoncho October 8, 2023 8:19 PM BST
Well it wasn't a half a century ago they were given the choice. It's called democracy COT.
Report truehoncho October 9, 2023 12:49 PM BST
Has Yousaf condemned the attack yet?
Report lapsy pa October 9, 2023 3:11 PM BST
Yousaf has family in Gaza,the man must be very worried.
Report xmoneyx October 9, 2023 3:11 PM BST
Chris Musson

Humza Yousaf's in-laws 'trapped' in Gaza as he fears they 'might not make it'
Report xmoneyx October 9, 2023 3:16 PM BST
First Minister Humza Yousaf says he "unequivocally condemns" the attack by Hamas. Says his in laws are trapped in Gaza and "we don't know if they'll make it through the night".
Report Shrewd_dude October 9, 2023 3:55 PM BST
Well done. Only took a couple of days.

Wee wobbly heed might do the same soon.
Report truehoncho October 9, 2023 4:18 PM BST
Better late than never, Hope is family is ok.
Report Shrewd_dude October 9, 2023 6:53 PM BST
British Electoral Politics
@electpoliticsuk
Westminster Voting Intention:

LAB: 43% (=)
CON: 27% (-2)
LDM: 13% (+1)
REF: 8% (+1)
GRN: 6% (+2)
SNP: 1% (-2)

SNP 1% Excited
Report yak hunt October 9, 2023 7:02 PM BST
National polling where one of the parties involved only stands in a part of the country is worthless.
Report truehoncho October 9, 2023 7:08 PM BST
Well at the moment they have over 6% so its very informative yak hunt.
Report yak hunt October 9, 2023 7:09 PM BST

Oct 9, 2023 -- 7:08PM, truehoncho wrote:


Well at the moment they have over 6% so its very informative yak hunt.


Sorry, not sure what you mean?

Report truehoncho October 9, 2023 7:14 PM BST
The SNP.
Report yak hunt October 9, 2023 7:17 PM BST
Well, put it this way, in the poll above Reform are at 8% and the SNP are at 1%. Is it likely that Reform currently have eight times the support in Scotland as the SNP do?
Report Shrewd_dude October 9, 2023 7:18 PM BST
Yes a poll showing a drop in support is "worthless".
Report truehoncho October 9, 2023 7:20 PM BST
Its a Westminster Voting Intention poll yak hunt.
Report truehoncho October 9, 2023 7:20 PM BST
and thanks for sharing SD
Report yak hunt October 9, 2023 7:23 PM BST

Oct 9, 2023 -- 7:20PM, truehoncho wrote:


Its a Westminster Voting Intention poll yak hunt.


Yes, the point I am making is that the SNP do not stand in seats outside of Scotland. The margin of error in national polls of this nature where one of the parties only stands in a fraction of that geographical area of the electorate make it worthless. If it was a poll of Scotland voters only, that is a different matter entirely.

Report truehoncho October 9, 2023 7:25 PM BST
Nonsense yak hunt. Its a poll that has as much worth as any other.
Report yak hunt October 9, 2023 7:27 PM BST
It certainly does not. How many persons in Scotland per constituency were asked to contribute to this poll, do you reckon?
Report truehoncho October 9, 2023 7:30 PM BST
So you thing the poll is biased. Ok, just ignore it then yak hunt.
Report yak hunt October 9, 2023 7:38 PM BST

Oct 9, 2023 -- 7:30PM, truehoncho wrote:


So you thing the poll is biased. Ok, just ignore it then yak hunt.


It's not in the least biased. However, it's impossible to be accurate on very small subsamples as it is here. There will be less than two persons per constituency in Scotland asked for their input to this poll. The margin for error is so massive as to make the subsample useless. If the next national poll comes along and the SNP are at 2%. does that mean that their support has doubled from this poll?

Report truehoncho October 9, 2023 7:43 PM BST
so the SNP may only have 0.1% support yak hunt.
Report yak hunt October 9, 2023 7:45 PM BST
Nationally, who knows? If it was a Scotland only poll, you would know.
Report metro john October 9, 2023 7:58 PM BST
Without Scotland Labour will not take power.(who cares they are all the same)
Report yak hunt October 9, 2023 8:34 PM BST
UK (GB), YouGov poll:

LAB-S&D: 45%
CON~ECR: 24%
LDEM-RE: 11%
REFORM~NI: 8%
GREENS-G/EFA: 7%
SNP-G/EFA: 4% (+1)
PC-G/EFA: 1%

+/- vs. 26–27 September 2023

Fieldwork: 4-5 October 2023
Sample size: 2,062
Report yak hunt October 9, 2023 8:35 PM BST
Wow, the SNP support has quadrupled in an hour. Incredible surge from them.
Report truehoncho October 9, 2023 8:38 PM BST
Well done. Thanks for another biases poll yak hunt.
Report truehoncho October 9, 2023 8:38 PM BST
sorry biased yak hunt.
Report yak hunt October 9, 2023 8:41 PM BST

Oct 9, 2023 -- 8:38PM, truehoncho wrote:


Well done. Thanks for another biases poll yak hunt.


It's not in the slightest biased, nor was the previous one. The parties that stand in all areas of the country, their vote is relatively consistent. The ones who don't, such as the SNP and Plaid Cymru, their vote share is totally unreliable at a national poll level.

Report metro john October 9, 2023 9:26 PM BST
The jocks are clueless, they abandoned their Labour and thus we have had to endure this filth in power.
Report Shrewd_dude October 10, 2023 1:50 PM BST
More than 140 civil servants in Scotland will become the first to experiment with a four-day working week despite warnings the plan will backfire.

Staff will have the number of days they work cut, but remain on the same pay.

South of Scotland Enterprise office, an SNP quango, has now been confirmed as the first to take part in a 12-month trial, which was announced by Humza Yousaf last month.

The organisation’s chief executive, Jane Morrison-Ross, told Holyrood’s economy and fair work committee that resources were stretched because of budget cuts.

Ms Morrison-Ross, whose agency is responsible for economic and community development across the Scottish Borders and Dumfries and Galloway, also warned the delivery of some support programmes was under threat.

But the agency’s staff will now reduce their working week from 35 hours to 32 hours and work four days between Monday and Friday.


Mmmmm.... good gravy.
Report Shrewd_dude October 12, 2023 6:49 PM BST
The SNP's Lisa Cameron has announced her defection to the Conservatives.

The East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow MP was facing a selection contest to remain as the SNP's candidate at the next general election.

She said she quit because of a "toxic" culture in the SNP's Westminster group.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross both welcomed Dr Cameron to the party, while SNP leader Humza Yousaf called on her to step down to allow a by-election.


More bad news for Scooter boy. Laugh
Report Shrewd_dude October 13, 2023 1:55 PM BST
Scooters main rival Kate Forbes won't be attending this weeks party conference.

The crisis deepens....
Report Shrewd_dude October 13, 2023 5:29 PM BST
Humza's supposedly opening his mates new opticians shop today. Laugh

Couldn't make it up with this guy. He'll be doing happy birthday videos and weddings soon.
Report lapsy pa October 13, 2023 5:49 PM BST
You are very like akabula^

Yousafs mother in law in tears on the telly (sky news)
Report Shrewd_dude October 13, 2023 5:51 PM BST
Sorry to upset you Lapsy.
Report Shrewd_dude October 19, 2023 7:56 AM BST
So it's wee Jimmy's referendum day today. That went well. Hope everybody saved the date.
Report Shrewd_dude October 20, 2023 11:37 PM BST

Humza Yousaf’s pledge to freeze council tax without first consulting local authority leaders is a “serious breach” of the agreement he signed with councils, the head of the local government body COSLA has insisted.

Shona Morrison accused the First Minister of having chosen to “undermine the spirit and the letter” of the Verity House Agreement when he announced the headline policy in his speech to the SNP conference.

That agreement, which was signed by both Morrison and Yousaf at the end of June, promised there would be “improved engagement on budgetary matters” in the run-up to the Scottish budget in December.

It also set out that councils and Holyrood ministers would have “respect for each other’s democratic mandate” so that local and central government can “work together more effectively”.

After a meeting of council leaders on Friday, COSLA president Morrison said they wanted to restate their “extreme disappointment that the First Minister chose to undermine the spirit and the letter of the Verity House Agreement, so soon after it being signed”.

She made clear: “There was a feeling from leaders that the announcement on council tax is a serious breach of the agreement.”

But she said councils would not quit the deal – saying there was a “belief” amongst local leaders that “for the good of our communities and public services in Scotland, we should not walk away”.

Morrison stressed the importance of “working to rebuild trust”, adding that achieving this would take “tangible actions on the part of the Scottish Government”.

Her comments came after Yousaf used Tuesday’s keynote speech to the SNP conference in Aberdeen to unveil the move.


Crazy
Report Shrewd_dude October 21, 2023 1:58 PM BST
https://twitter.com/ScotNatWatch/status/1715479526803681732

Laugh
Report xmoneyx January 26, 2024 1:03 AM GMT
FM Humza

SNP back to + 4% UK YOUGOV poll

largest party scotland next uk general election
Report Shrewd_dude January 26, 2024 7:21 PM GMT
Scooter boy in his own words.

"I am winging it! And will get found out sooner rather than later."

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/politics/humza-yousaf-admits-winging-it-31975649

Nailed it.
Report xmoneyx February 7, 2024 1:01 PM GMT
The SNP is on course to remain the largest party in Scotland at the next general election despite rising support for Labour, a new poll has suggested.

SNP - 40
LABOUR - 13
TORY - 2
Report lfc1971 February 17, 2024 11:42 AM GMT
A devastating new poll shows snp , if election was held tomorrow ,
likely to lose almost half of its seats / you gov … good
Report xmoneyx February 18, 2024 11:24 PM GMT
Chris Musson
@ChrisMusson
The Sun

Difficult story for Scottish Labour in tomorrow’s papers (embargoed til midnight). They’ve kept it off one front page with a Starmer interview, but after an upbeat conference it’s going to be a difficult few days for Anas Sarwar. SNP poised to twist knife tomorrow too Confused
Report xmoneyx February 26, 2024 3:58 PM GMT
BREAKING: Speaker Lindsay Hoyle has denied the SNP a second debate on a ceasefire in Gaza despite previously offering one.

The revelation came after Stephen Flynn raised a point of order in the House of Commons

im hearing snp going to boycott westminster until they get debate
Report xmoneyx March 1, 2024 9:10 AM GMT
New Scotland Poll
Report xmoneyx March 1, 2024 9:11 AM GMT
The SNP are set to win a clear majority of Scottish seats at the next General Election, according to a new poll via

@Survation
.
Report cryoftruth March 3, 2024 8:34 AM GMT
The problem, that slightly fewer than half of Scottish people want to remove their necks from beneath the Tory jackboot remains.
It will remain until just a few more people see the light and understand the potential we would have in Scotland is we grasped the chance from freedom.
Report Shrewd_dude March 11, 2024 9:15 PM GMT
Humza Yousaf has sparked a "conflict of interest" row after the Scottish government gave £250,000 to a Gaza aid charity while he had family members trapped in the warzone.

Officials recommended a £100,000 to £200,000 donation to UNICEF, the United Nations agency providing humanitarian care to children in Gaza.

But the First Minister overruled them, instead giving £250,000 to UNRWA, the biggest international aid agency operating in Gaza.

Yousaf told officials that since he was about to meet with UNRWA: "We should just announce an extra £250k to them".

The Scottish Government's donation was announced in early November, the same day that Yousaf met a delegation of senior UNRWA officials in Edinburgh, the Telegraph reports.

His mother-in-law and father-in-law were given safe passage out of Gaza the following day. Yousaf has denied that the donation was connected to their release.

But there are accusations that the First Minister's interference was a conflict of interest and questions have risen over whether he breached ministerial code.

A report has been made to the Met Police anti-terror hotline and a submission being sent to Audit Scotland, which independently oversees how public money is spent, according to the Telegraph.

Stephen Kerr, a Conservative MSP who sits on Scotland's standards, procedures and public appointments committee, said: "The First Minister has some serious explaining to do, starting with why he overrode officials to take money away from the vital Unicef water programme and assign it to UNRWA.

"It looks as if the money was not budgeted and that the First Minister was prepared to bend the rules and not follow procedure.

"Humza Yousaf has a clear conflict of interest in the awarding of aid to Gaza. Clearly, the fact that so many members of his family are either living in Gaza or are involved with Palestinian organisations raises significant questions about what his motivation is for using taxpayers' money in the area."

The Scottish Ministerial Code states that ministers "must ensure that no conflict arises, or could reasonably be perceived to arise, between their public duties and their private interests, financial or otherwise".


Get the broom out!

Sorry the broom was for Jimmy.

Scooter goes for the the race card.
Report truehoncho March 12, 2024 11:32 AM GMT
You will probably find it will do him more good than harm in the election. There is a lot of anti-Israel sentiment in Scotland.
Report xmoneyx March 13, 2024 5:07 PM GMT
Redfield & Wilton Strategies

Labour and the SNP are tied in Scotland.

Scotland Westminster VI (10-11 Mar):

Labour 34% (–)
SNP 34% (+1)
Conservative 16% (-2)
Lib Dem 6% (-2)
Reform UK 4% (–)
Green 4% (+2)
Alba 1% (–)
Other 0% (–)
Report xmoneyx April 28, 2024 8:20 PM BST
hes toast

can't see a way oot

if I was him id call a scottish election
Report yak hunt April 28, 2024 8:21 PM BST
Why would an election need to be called?
Report xmoneyx April 28, 2024 8:22 PM BST
if he got most MSPs he would survive
Report yak hunt April 28, 2024 8:26 PM BST
Surely, if he lost a vote of confidence, he would resign and a new First Minister would be elected by MSPs?
Report xmoneyx April 28, 2024 8:27 PM BST
he has to call election before vote of confidence
Report casemoney April 29, 2024 2:20 AM BST
Looks Like Hamsa may have left the Building Plain
Report casemoney April 29, 2024 2:22 AM BST
Bunter on his knees to the Greens Laugh
Report casemoney April 29, 2024 2:28 AM BST
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-scotland-68915741

They probably cut it Short Before he was on his Knees to THE SCOTTISH GREENS Laugh
Report xmoneyx April 29, 2024 4:55 AM BST
BREAKING:

Humza Yousaf is set to resign as First Minster of Scotland.
Report irishone April 29, 2024 1:05 PM BST
"Politics can be a brutal experience"
Report casemoney April 29, 2024 1:40 PM BST
It started to pour with rain here in Humza Yousaf’s Glasgow Pollok constituency in the minutes before he resigned as first minister.

BBC think he is like Jesus on the Cross  Laugh

For their info he was gone Yesterday , Official today
Report saddo April 29, 2024 4:00 PM BST
Another purveyor of woke thrown on the growing pile of failed premiers.
Report breadnbutter April 29, 2024 4:51 PM BST
The cult wheeling out honest  John to hold the reigns again
Report Shrewd_dude May 1, 2024 10:19 AM BST
This lasted long.

Who wants to start the Wee Kate, Honest John, shouty Jenny thread for laughs this time?
Report casemoney May 2, 2024 2:07 PM BST
Penny
https://twitter.com/i/status/1785977001850912901


LoveGrinLaughLaughLaugh
Report casemoney May 2, 2024 2:07 PM BST
Penny
https://twitter.com/i/status/1785977001850912901


LoveGrinLaughLaughLaugh
Report casemoney May 6, 2024 5:12 PM BST
Swinney Takes the Helm Laugh

No one else wants the Job
Report casemoney May 6, 2024 5:15 PM BST
Questioned on BBC Scotland’s The Sunday Show about whether Police Scotland was investigating “£600,000 of SNP funds that was raised by activists and campaigners and perhaps diverted elsewhere?”, Deputy FM John Swinney replied: “Not to my knowledge, no.”2021 LaughLaugh
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