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Post by Pettytyrant101 on Fri Feb 21, 2020 12:18 am

{{ Put out on Twitter by the BBC Scotlands flagship news programs Lead Reporter- }}

'We’ve bid for a @Conservatives or @ScotTories representative to come on @BBCScotNine this evening to discuss their flagship immigration policy. Asked Home Sec, Home Office Minister, Scot Sec, Under SoS, @Jackson_Carlaw or any Scottish MP or MSP. Not one of them can/will do it.'

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Post by Mrs Figg on Fri Feb 21, 2020 4:54 pm

Johnson is still avoiding the flood victims. The lazy, feckless, coward. Now he has got their votes he doesn't give a toss.

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Post by Pettytyrant101 on Thu Oct 08, 2020 4:37 am

{{ The Scottish Parliament has again refused to ratify the Withdrawal Bill-

'MSPs voted by 90 to 28 to say that parliament "agrees not to consent" to the UK legislation as it "constrains the competence of the Scottish Parliament and breaches international law". Only the Conservatives voted against the motion.'

Not that it matters, last time the Parliament did this the courts decided they couldnt look at it, and Westminster can do what it pleases as essentially the Sewel Convention that stated that any legislation which cuts across devolved areas should have the consent of all the devolved parliaments, is not worth the paper its written on. Just a load of false promises and lies.

'the last time MSPs voted to refuse consent - over the EU Withdrawal Act - the Supreme Court ruled that while Sewel was important, it was a convention only, and could not be policed by the court.
Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove has already indicated that the UK government will press ahead with the legislation even without devolved consent.'- BBC News

So doesnt matter a fuck what we vote for, doesnt matter if it breaks every promise made to us at the last referndum, doesnt matter what we or who we vote for, all that matters is Westminister can do as it pleases and railroad anything over the top of it all. Thats the only thing Scots are noticing here, the lies and the false promises and ignoring us completely on anything of substance. If Boris is trying to break up the UK he couldnt be doing a better job of it I'll give him that.}}

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Post by Lancebloke on Thu Oct 08, 2020 11:03 am

I'll give you that one Petty. Only disagreement is that this is not at all what was sold to any of us, regardless of which part of the UK we live in nor the EU with whom the treaty was negotiated.

That is why I did not vote for the Tories last time around and will not be the next time I get the chance. They seem to be following their own agenda on this and are using an incorrect "will of the people" argument to force it through any barrier they come up against for this Brexit bullshit.
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