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Just when you thought the SNP’s scomnishambles was over…

Scotland’s SNP Government is having a bit of a torrid time at the moment.

There’s been allegations of ministerial bullying, then the First Minister gets caught out not only misleading Parliament, but doing so in smug and gloaty style, and then the Education Secretary has to make a grovelling apology for an earlier transgression. Not very edifying at all.

So it must have been really gratifying for Western Isles MP Angus MacNeil to get a tweet from someone called @SirIanBlair saying how well the SNP were doing …

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  • User AvatarRoland 1st Jul - 12:20pm
    @Paul King - I fully understand where you and others are coming from on this. The problem, looking back, is that it was in the...
  • User AvatarTony Dawson 1st Jul - 12:04pm
    There are two kind of pressures which have been pressing the reaction to the wave of EC immigration. One is cultural (EC immigration has reached...
  • User AvatarMark Seaman 1st Jul - 11:54am
    Freedom of movement when the countries involved have very similar standards of living is not a problem. The issue is that the former Soviet Bloc...
  • User AvatarMatt (Bristol) 1st Jul - 11:39am
    Hurrah! We move onwards. Looking forward (which is tough and possibly naive) I think – and beginning to open up myself to the the possibility...
  • User AvatarMatt (Bristol) 1st Jul - 11:34am
    "The freedom to import labour at will..." Freedom of movement is *not* - at a foundational level - freedom of the corporate employer to import....
  • User AvatarAndrew Hickey 1st Jul - 11:30am
    Catherine, I agree with most of that. I'm just not a very optimistic person, though :-/