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Reporting the Run-up to the Scottish Parliamentary Elections in 2016: STV and BBC Scotland News: Number 8. Dr John Robertson continues his analysis of

Reporting the Run-up to the Scottish Parliamentary Elections in 2016: STV and BBC Scotland News: Number 8. Dr John Robertson continues his analysis of

The next four years for reform: our 2020 strategy | ERS 1. Building alliances for electoral reform – commitments to fair votes in party manifestos, backed up by significant increase in public support. 2. Deepening public involvement in our democracy – a UK-wide constitutional convention, alongside greater citizen involvement in devolution and where power lies. 3. Winning policy pledges to build a better democracy – party commitments to an elected House of Lords, votes at 16, a registration…

The next four years for reform: our 2020 strategy | ERS 1. Building alliances for electoral reform – commitments to fair votes in party manifestos, backed up by significant increase in public support. 2. Deepening public involvement in our democracy – a UK-wide constitutional convention, alongside greater citizen involvement in devolution and where power lies. 3. Winning policy pledges to build a better democracy – party commitments to an elected House of Lords, votes at 16, a registration…

From left: SNP Deputy Convenor John Swinney, Vice Convenor Nicola Sturgeon, Leader Alex Salmond and Chief Executive Mike Russell sit down outside the Holiday Inn hotel in Edinburgh after a press conference held the day after Scottish parliamentary elections.

Everything changed, changed utterly?

From left: SNP Deputy Convenor John Swinney, Vice Convenor Nicola Sturgeon, Leader Alex Salmond and Chief Executive Mike Russell sit down outside the Holiday Inn hotel in Edinburgh after a press conference held the day after Scottish parliamentary elections.

Tommy Sheridan and James Kelly (SCOT goes pop!) will be debating splitting the vote in the forth comming Scottish parliamentary election. In addition, with the recently announced EU referendum we will be getting their thoughts...

Tommy Sheridan and James Kelly (SCOT goes pop!) will be debating splitting the vote in the forth comming Scottish parliamentary election. In addition, with the recently announced EU referendum we will be getting their thoughts...

window seat, inside - Scottish Parliament Building - Edinburgh - Enric Miralles

AD Classics: Scottish Parliament Building / Enric Miralles

SCOT goes POP!: A crucial point about the new parliamentary arithmetic : the SNP outnumber all of the unionist parties combined, even without Green help

SCOT goes POP!: A crucial point about the new parliamentary arithmetic : the SNP outnumber all of the unionist parties combined, even without Green help

But a Unionist man can refer to women as c***s and this is satire, an independence supporting lesbian can refer to another lesbian by the d-word, and that is disgusting homophobia. That’s the Unionist double standards that the independence movement faces constantly, of which Nick- to be kind – is blithely unaware. But that doesn’t stop him lecturing us about it.

The wrong end of the telescope

But a Unionist man can refer to women as c***s and this is satire, an independence supporting lesbian can refer to another lesbian by the d-word, and that is disgusting homophobia. That’s the Unionist double standards that the independence movement faces constantly, of which Nick- to be kind – is blithely unaware. But that doesn’t stop him lecturing us about it.

Reporting the Run-up to the Scottish Parliamentary Elections in 2016: STV and BBC Scotland News: Number 5. Dr John Robertson continues his

Reporting the Run-up to the Scottish Parliamentary Elections in 2016: STV and BBC Scotland News: Number 5. Dr John Robertson continues his

Clássicos da Arquitetura: Parlamento Escocês,© Scottish Parliamentary Corporate Body - 2012

Galeria de Clássicos da Arquitetura: Parlamento Escocês / Enric Miralles - 4

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