Mark Wilson, a secondary school teacher, has launched an anonymous website which allows teachers to raise concerns about life in the classroom. The website aims to counter ministers’ “arrogant” responses to teachers’ criticisms of the education system.
There are currently 18 SNP MPs following Stuart Campbell's Wings Over Scotland Account. This is a drop of one compared to the beginning of this year. There are no new SNP MP followers since the beginning of this year.
According to reports SNP MP Mhairi Black has claimed that Jeremy Corbyn secretly supports Scotland leaving the United Kingdom.
Mhairi Black said she knew from private conversations with the Labour leader that he was in favour of Scottish Independence.
SNP Councillor Gavin Barrie (former housing and economy convener) has quit the SNP Group after being replaced by newly elected Kate Campbell.
The Edinburgh News has reported the alleged account of a woman who had to stop SNP Councillor Lewis Ritchiie climbing into her bed -- whilst semi-naked.
The allegation dates back to the SNP Autumn Conference in Glasgow in October 2017.
The story centres on Councillor Ritchie being offered a sofa in a city centre flat because he "was too drunk to make it home".
SNP MP Stewart McDonald tweeted: "In the space of a few weeks I’ve been called an ‘SNP moron’ by a Tory Baroness and a ‘nationalist separatist numpty’ by a former Labour Minister - neither of whom I’ve ever met or spoken to. I mean, they may not be wrong but tells me I’m maybe getting it just about right".
It was widely reported in February that an SNP Councillor from North Lanarkshire had a Council Tax debt of £4,000.
Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald has quit the Scottish National Party (SNP).
His resignations follows allegations of misconduct against at least two women.
McDonald resigned from the SNP with immediate effect - but will remain as an Independent MSP.
Reports are suggesting that Ryanair are to close their base at Glasgow Airport - Putting 300 jobs at risk.
The blame seems to be squarely placed on the Scottish Government’s shoulders and their inability to act on Air Passenger Duty (APD).
The Sunday Post is reporting that it has seen emails showing the loss-making airport is touting for business by offering to wave all landing and navigation fees for a commercial customer.
The NATS organising the "Epic human chain in support of Scottish independence" have become a laughing stock as their Ben Nevis event has been cancelled.
SNP controlled Glasgow Council are to follow Dundee Council and raise parking charges in a move to try and raise an extra £2million per year.
DOPEY NATS are trying to organise an "Epic human chain in support of Scottish independence" from the bottom to the top of the United Kingdom's highest mountain, Ben Nevis.
Rachel Watson of the Scottish Daily Mail reported that SNP Councillor Lewis Ritchie had faced two complaints of sexual harassment just days before he resigned from the party.
Ms Watson reports that Lewis Ritchie resigned from the Nationalist whip this week after claims he was involved in an ‘altercation’ at the party conference last year.
SNP John Mason has refused to back a justice campaign which is being led by Kris McGurk.
The SNP have been slammed for cutting drug treatment and rehabilitation services.
Shocking new statistics show that 867 people died last year due to drugs.
The First Minister's residence, Bute House, has cost the taxpayer more than £1million over the last ten years.
A shortage of consultants is costing NHS Scotland up to £40K a DAY. The overtime bills are to ensure that there is enough cover in Scotland's hospitals. This money could provide up to 400 extra consultants if it wasn't being wasted covering staff shortages.
Do you go out your way to come across as a d*ck at all times or is it natural ? If you don’t have an opinion on the budget, what services are important, and you want to just wait for people to tell you where to spend money then you’re entitled to that view.
Pete Wishart has said in an exclusive for the National that it would be ‘unthinkable’ to lose a second independence vote.
Pete Wishart, SNP MP for Perth, even sank as low as referring to Mel Gibson's Braveheart as a "piece of history". He said:
The SNP just cannot leave the BBC Weather Map alone!
The BBC have made changes to their weather maps - favouring a new "flat map projection" style.
The previous BBC weather map caused uproar with SNP MPs such as Angus MacNeil and Paul Monaghan.
Shocking new figures are showing that the NHS has spent £171 million using staffing agencies between 2016-17.
It is estimated that almost £470,000 PER DAY is being spent on agency staff - proving the NHS has a shocking staff shortage.
SNP MSP Mark McDonald, 37, is embroiled in yet another sleaze row.
It has been widely reported that a young woman has allegedly claimed that she woke up in MSP Mark McDonald's bed - with no clear memory of how she got there. There is no suggestion of any criminal activity or wrong doing.
Figures just released show that Scotland's exports to the rest of the UK account for 61% of its total exports.
Exports to the rest of the UK are £45.8bn. Exports to the EU are only worth £12.7bn (17%) - proving that UK market access if far more valuable to Scotland than the EU is.
Scottish exports to Non-EU countries increased by £565 million (3.4 per cent) to £17.1 billion in 2016.
North Lanarkshire's Labour leader, Jim Logue, has branded SNP Finance Secretary, Derek Mackay, incompetent following an adjustment of council fund allocation.
Reports are suggesting that civil servants made errors in fund calculations for local councils.
Glasgow will reportedly lose up to £5m after the figures have been corrected. Edinburgh, Aberdeen and North Ayrshire will lose up to £3m, £1.6m and £1.4m respectively.
Anas Sarwar has hit out at First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, saying that 'she lied' about the closure of the Children's Ward at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley.
Stewart Hosie: "This sums up the UK attitude to Scotland in the #Brexit debate. Basically shut up and do as your told. No thanks. The days of being told what is best for us from London are over".
Corri, my name is Natasha Clark, I'm a reporter from The Sun. I hope you're well. We're doing a story on information IPSA have released to us today that claims you owe them £111.00 which has not been settled with them - just reaching out to see if you'd like to comment on this or explain why this has not yet been paid. All the best, Natasha
SNP MP Hannah Bardell has embarrassed herself in the Commons AGAIN.
Today, with pink highlights in her hair and a canary yellow blazer she gave a cringeworthy Brexit rap.
INEOS Shale and its co-venture partner Reach have announced today that they have lodged a petition for a judicial review of the recent decision by the Scottish Government to “effectively ban” onshore unconventional oil and gas extraction in Scotland by introducing a new planning policy of "no support."
There have been multiple requests (demands) to show ALL MPs and MSPs following Stuart Campbell's WIngs Over Scotland Twitter account, regardless of the party they belong to.
The full list is below. And, to most of you there will be NO surprises whatsoever.
It is being reported that Serena Cowdy, the woman allegedly involved in a love triangle with Stewart Hosie and SNP MP Angus MacNeil, is to marry Hosie after a Christmas proposal.
Serena Cowdy, 36, reportedly had affairs with MacNeil and Hosie - which led to both mens marriages coming to an end. Stewart Hosie was married to Shona Robison.
Govanhill has been in the news recently with reports of child rape, prostitution and drug trafficking. Govahill in Glasgow is part of Nicola Sturgeon's constituency.
Three men and two women have been are alleged to have arranged and facilitated travel to the UK of three named women and others.
An investigation by the Scottish Sun shows that almost all products which make up the Baby Box are imported from China.
Their investigation found that 18 items inside the boxes had been imported from China.
SNP MPs following the Wings Over Scotland Twitter Account
There are currently 19 SNP MPs, 27 SNP MSPs and 13 EX SNP MPs following Stuart Campbell's Wings Over Scotland Twitter Account.
‘Stop talking down Scotland’ goes the perennial cry of the Scottish Nationalist, which roughly translates to ‘Stop pointing out unpalatable facts about Scottish Nationalism’.
Kirsty Blackman: “I don’t think most folk in their daily lives give two hoots about whether Scotland is a member of the union. The constitutional issues are not the biggest concern for an awful lot of people and, in fact, I very rarely talk about Scottish independence in the chamber, because I talk about things that matter to the people of Aberdeen."
Reporting guidelines have been breached at the following hospitals in the capital:
• Royal Infirmary
• the Royal Hospital for Sick Children
• Western General’s Acute Receiving and Assessment Unit (ARAU).
This is according to NHS Lothian after a comprehensive internal review.
The Tories have highlighted that Scots face paying more for cashing in their pensions.
Anyone aged 55 or over can take out their full pension pot - but they have to pay tax on 75% of this.
The Tories have highlighted that Income Tax changes in Scotland could see Scots paying more than in the rest of the United Kingdom.
First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has embarrassed herself once again after ranting about Theresa May's passport announcement.
Nicola Sturgeon lost the plot as the Home Office announced their plans for a new passport. The post-Brexit passport will again have blue covers.
Scottish Conservative Leader, Ruth Davidson, has claimed that a third of Nicola Sturgeon’s education targets have been “delayed, diverted or ducked” despite claims it is her top priority.
Ruth Davidson highlighted a "report card" showing that 23 of the SNPs 75 initiatives to improve the schools system have been missed.
In another disgraceful move SNP and Labour councillors have booked a move to honour British war dead on the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day.
The ruling Conservative group on South Ayrshire Council wanted to fly the Union flag alongside the Saltire above the County Buildings in Ayr throughout November next year.
Police Scotland chief constable Phil Gormley took “special leave” in September 2017 after bullying allegations were lodged against him. Gormley has vehemently denied any wrong-doing.
Phil Gormley had the unanimous backing of the Scottish Police Authority board to resume his duties last month. It is believed there are documents to substantiate this.
The SNP group has dramatically resigned as the administration for East Dunbartonshire council.
The Scottish Conservatives and Lib Dems are suggesting that the Scottish Nationalists have “run away” rather than implement cuts in the council budget next year. The SNP group have been accused of “political cowardice”.
New reports are suggesting the SNP do not have a grip on the Scottish NHS. Reports suggest that over 600 beds have been cut in 2017.
The Scottish Conservatives are urging SNP ministers to “get on top of the situation”.
Year Available beds
In November 2017 Keith Brown, the SNPs economy secretary, announced the creation of a centre for regional inclusive growth. The new centre would “support our policy initiatives on regional partnerships, city deals and city region deals”.
Scottish Conservative economy spokesperson, Dean Lockhart, has requested further information from Keith Brown
The Scottish Conservatives are reporting that hard-up Police Scotland has spent tens of thousands of pounds in the last three years on legal costs to prevent information being released to the public.
Since 2015/16, the organisation – which the SNP created with the aim of being more transparent and accountable – spent £77,493 on challenging Freedom of Information requests.
The Queensferry Crossing opened on August 30th 2017 to lots of whoops and delights from the SNP and many of their MPs and MSPs.
Move forward almost three months and there are reports that parts of the £1.35bn bridge are falling off.
Another SNP Councillor has allegedly stood aside to try and clear his name.
The Herald is reporting that Jordan Linden has stepped aside in order to fight allegations of sexual harassment in the Scottish Youth Parliament.
What are Mark McDonald, Nicola Sturgeon and the SNP hiding?
Scottish Minister for Childcare and Early Years, Mark McDonald, recently resigned from government due to 'inappropriate' behaviour.
When MSPs approved the merger of British Transport Police into Police Scotland the costs of the project were said to be 'minor'.
It is being reported that
The SNP have disgracefully left the front bench empty twice in the last week.
On the 7th November the Presiding Officer had to point out that the Scottish National
Wings Over Scotland's Stuart Campbell will not face any charges relating to his recent arrest.
Stuart Campbell was arrested in August on "suspicion of
Elaine C Smith has brought the Independence movement into disrepute again. Speaking at a conference Elaine C Smith claimed that a large proportion of those who backed the Union want to "bring back slavery".
In another bizarre rant SNP MP, Alison Thewliss, has made a link between tickling children and their ability to understand sexual consent.
Scottish Minister for Childcare and Early Years, Mark McDonald, resigns over 'inappropriate' behaviour
Scottish Minister for Childcare and Early Years, Mark McDonald, has resigned from government due to 'inappropriate' behaviour.
The SNP MSP for Aberdeen Donside apologised "unreservedly to anyone I have upset or who might have found my behaviour inappropriate".
Madeleine Kearns has written a fantastic article for The Spectator explaining that Scotland once had the best schools in the world - until devolution happened.
Ms Kearns explains ten years of failing SNP initiatives, starting with "Curriculum for Excellence".
SNP MSP Joan McAlpine has been ridiculed for suggesting that the UK Single Market does not exist.
The single market refers to the border-free movement of goods, capital, people and services inside the UK. If there were to be Scottish Independence it is not entirely clear how this arrangement would work.
EX-SNP Member Elspeth Maclachlan is now standing for the Scottish Green Party. She is hoping to become a Perth & Kinross Councillor following elections on Thursday November 23rd.
EX SNP MP Michelle Thomson has reportedly been told that she can apply to re-joiin the SNP - she just has to do it using an online form.
SNP MP Mhairi Black, allegedly the 'rising' star of the SNP, has the WORST voting record in Westminster since the 2017 General Election.
Mhairi Black's lack of attendance for voting is causing the SNP hierarchy to become concerned - Ms Black has only voted in one-fifth of divisions since June.
Headteachers have reportedly been told to use the Pupil Equity Fund, which is supposed to help children from poor backgrounds, to plug a funding gap for janitors.
SNP MSP James Dornan and councillor Feargal Dalton criticised for posing with Irish Republican banner
SNP MSP James Dornan and SNP councillor Feargal Dalton have been criticised for posing in front of of an Irish Republican banner. James Dornan and Feargal Dalton were pictured standing in front of a Cumann na mBan banner.
It was recently announced that Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson was to take part in a Great British Bake Off special. Ruth Davidson is taking part to raise much needed funds for the charity Stand Up To Cancer.
Sean Clerkin, 56, who has links to pro-independence group the Scottish Resistance has been convicted of wasting police time.
Sean Clerkin managed to gain entrance to a Scottish Conservative event at Hamilton Academical FC stadium in April last year. Stadium manager Walter Hamilton tried to escort Sean Clerkin from the venue.
The Scottish Sun is alleging that MSP Kenny Gibson and Ellen Forson, an aide to Keith Brown, took a romantic jaunt to Costa Rica in Central America.
The SNP have once again bailed out publicly owned Prestwick Airport.
Taxpayers gave another £9.6million to Prestwick Airport this year - increasing funding from £21.3m to £30.9m - an increase of 45%.
SNP EX-MP George Kerevan has been called out for spreading fake news.
Earlier today George Kerevan tweeted: "Carme Chacón, Spain's defence minister: 'First obligation of the State is to defend the freedom of its citizens'. Unless you are Catalan."
Reports are breaking showing that Fife & Dundee residents are starting to queue outside doctor's surgery's at 7am in the morning.
The Courier & Advertiser (Fife Edition) reports people waiting outside Broughty Ferry Health Centre, Dundee, as early as 7am in order to see a family doctor.
Unison's Grampian branch has slammed SNP Health Secretary Shona Robinson after she shunned a vital meeting to discuss NHS Grampian's staffing crisis.
Martin McKay, branch secretary, accused the minister of “not caring” about patients and staff".
Scottish Nationalists are besides themselves today after learning that Neil Oliver is about to become the new president of the National Trust for Scotland.
Writer and TV presenter Neil Oliver is expected to be appointed at the National Trust for Scotland's annual general meeting in Dundee.
It seems SNP councillors and staffers have been taking photography of a political nature inside parliamentary buildings. This is against media guidelines.
SNP Councillor, Victoria Harper, could face an inquiry after she attacked Tory Alexander Burnett on social media.
Pupils from Gordon schools took part in a tour of Holyrood. Victoria Harper's son was part of this visiting group.
Cabinet Secretary for Health & Sport, Shona Robison, is once again in the spotlight due to Scottish NHS staffing issues.
The Labour party are urging the SNP Leader of Glasgow council to 'come out of hiding' and answer questions regarding the Grenfell-style cladding in use on 57 tall buildings in Glasgow.
In another embarrassing episode for the SNP Andy Stuart, Huntly & Alford branch convener, has called Willie Rennie 'unhinged'.
Calls for British Transport Police integration into national force to be put on hold amid Police Scotland 'crisis'
The Scottish Conservatives have called for the British Transport Police merger with Police Scotland to be put on hold due to the 'crisis' in Police Scotland. The call follows the decision of Police Scotland's chief constable, Phil Gormley, to temporarily step aside to fight misconduct charges.
The new Queensferry crossing, opened by the Queen, has been plagued with traffic delays in its first few days of use.
The £1.3 billion bridge saw miles of tailbacks over the weekend. SNP Transport Minister, Humza Yousaf, has blamed the chaos on an antiques fair taking place in Ingliston on the outskirts of Edinburgh!
In a sudden move Kezia Dugdale has resigned as Scottish Labour party leader. Kezia Dugdale will stand down with immediate effect after stating that the party needs a new leader with "fresh energy and a new mandate".
SNP Councillor Moira Shemilt has been forced to apologise to Tory MP Paul Masterton today after accusing him of 'gender stereotyping' his children.
Stuart Campbell of Wings Over Scotland arrested on suspicion of harassment and malicious communications
Today it has been widely reported that Stuart Campbell, 49, of Wings Over Scotland fame has been arrested on "suspicion of harassment and malicious communications". Mr Campbell has been bailed pending further enquiries.
The Wings Over Scotland Twitter account posted a cryptic message before the arrest was made public. The Tweet reads: "For sucky reasons totally outwith my control (don't ask), posts on Wings will be very sparse for an unknown period. Sorry, folks."
The Scottish Government is facing accusations of abuse of the Freedom of Information legislation.
Michelle Thomson has been speaking to the press since being told by the Crown Office that she would not be prosecuted due to the "absence of sufficient credible and reliable evidence". The Crown Office decision came after "careful consideration of the facts and circumstances of the case".
Glasgow homelessness funding has been slashed once again.
Glasgow Labour MSP, Johann Lamont, requested the figures from the Scottish Government. They show that despite a four year rise from 2012/13 to 2015/16 funding has now dipped to below where it was in 2006/07.
EX-SNP MP Michelle Thomson - No prosecution due to the 'absence of sufficient credible and reliable evidence'
Ex-SNP MP Michelle Thomson has been notified that she not face any criminal proceedings. The Crown Office has now concluded that there should be "no criminal proceedings at this time".
The Crown Office said this was due to an "absence of sufficient credible and reliable evidence", with the decision coming after "careful consideration of the facts and circumstances of the case".
SNP parliamentary worker, Kirsten Felvus, has been fined £400 after admitting she made homophobic Facebook posts about John Marshall.
It is understood that Kirsten Felvus works for MSP Richard Lyle on a part time basis - and that she was not working for him at the time of her outburst.
Reports quote Kirsten Felvus as having accused John Marshall of having sex with former MSP Tommy Sheridan.
Gullible SNP MP Philippa Whitford has been totally fooled by an old, fake, Yvette Cooper tweet.
A Twitter account in the name of D MacGille-Mhuire ( @Gillemhuire ) tweeted "Lebensraum with the AngloBritNatz" together with a screen grab of a supposed tweet from Yvette Cooper saying: "We as a party need to convince Scotland, that it is still a valuable part of England. This is the only way we will defeat the SNP".
Yvette Cooper never sent this tweet - it is a fake. Philippa Whitford didn't see this and tweeted: "Wow! Freudian slip shows EXACTLY what Labour thinks of Scotland! #NOTpartofEngland".
That's the title of Wings Over Scotland's latest fundraising initiative. You can see it here on the Rev Stu's fundraising platform of choice.
The summary for the fundraising is: "This campaign is to pay the costs of a court case for defamation against Kezia Dugdale, leader of Scottish Labour, for outrageous and offensive falsehoods in a column in the Daily Record newspaper in March this year".
SNP MP and leader of the Westminster group, Ian Blackford, has been accused of nepotism after promoting his step-son, John O'Leary, to the position of Senior Case Worker.
Blackford's step-son is now entitled to a salary in excess of £35,000. This is believed to be an increase of over £7,500.
Despite widespread opposition Holyrood has voted for the British Transport Police in Scotland to be merged with the national force, Police Scotland.
The Conservatives, Labour and Liberal Democrats all opposed the move but MSPs voted by 68 to 53 in favour of the Railway Policing Bill.
Britain's largest ever warship, HMS Queen Elizabeth, slipped out of Rosyth dockyard to begin sea trials. The 65,000 ton aircraft carrier slipped into open water through an exit with only 14in clearance on either side and 20in of water under the keel.
How many SNP MPs acknowledged the slipping out of HMS Elizabeth ready to begin sea trials?
Ruth Davidson - CAP Payments - culture of secrecy and denial in the SNP government goes right to the top
For the second year in a row the Scottish Government are failing the farming community. Reports indicate that Nicola Sturgeon's government had approached the European Commission asking for an extension to the deadline of 30th June.
This catastrophe has been blamed on a failing £178 million computer system designed to make the payments to Scotland's farmers.
Scottish Conservative Leader, Ruth Davidson, is "delighted" to be become an honorary Colonel of 32 Signals Regiment - a regiment she was formerly a member of.
The position is typically carried out by a retired senior military officer or member of the Royal Family but Ruth Davidson will hold the position for the next five years. The role entails being a figurehead for the regiment as well as a counsellor and supporter for its commanding officer and leadership teams.
SNP MP & Westminster Leader, Ian Blackford, has announced the SNP frontbench team.
Spokesperson on Economy
Spokesperson on International Affairs and Europe
Spokesperson on Social Justice
Spokesperson on Trade and Investment
Spokesperson on Small Business, Enterprise and Innovation
It would seem Humza Yousaf has excelled himself once again. Yesterday he tweeted: "Scot Tories criticse ScotGovt saying cameras being used as 'cash cow' - not realising money from speed camera fines goes to UK treasury...".
We previously reported that a law firm Ex-SNP MP Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh was involved with had entered into administration. It has now emerged that Hamilton Burns WS Ltd has debts in excess of £600,000.
Ofcom have ruled that a farmer was unfairly treated in an SNP political broadcast.
East Lothian farmer, John Shedden, was told the filming was part of a Scottish government information film. He had no idea that he would be featured in a Scottish National Party political broadcast.
Ex-SNP Councillor Craig Melville was charged by police in April 2016. It was alleged that Mr Melville had sent offensive messages to a colleague, Nadia El-Nakla.
The Scottish Nationalist harassment of Nurse Claire Austin continues.
A new video has emerged - posted by Twitter user @Logicsrock showing Nurse Claire Austin being harassed whilst in a restaurant.
Ms Austin hit the headlines in May of this year when she asked Nicola Sturgeon some searching questions during a live TV debate. Ms Austin, a nurse, admitted to having to resort to using foodbanks in order to survive.
Despicable EX-SNP MP George Kerevan has posted a vile tweet trying to score political points on the back of the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Following London terror attacks Scottish National Party leader, Nicola Sturgeon, joined forces with Labour to complain about police staffing cuts in England. She went as fast as to say: “We can’t keep the public safe by cutting police numbers”.
Scottish voters have categorically rejected Nicola Sturgeon's repeated calls for a second Scottish Independence referendum.
The SNP had 56 MPs in Westminster following the 2015 General Election. This was quickly reduced to 54 as both Natalie McGarry and Michelle Thomson resigned the whip amid various police investigations.
The 2017 General Election saw the Scottish National Party reduced to just 35 MPs to sit at Westminster.
The last week or two have featured heavily on public sector pay caps, foodbanks running out of food as well as nurses having to use foodbanks.
You'd think the Scottish National Party would take this into consideration.
Alas, First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has decided to use a helicopter in the run up to this years' General Election.
SNP activist Lorna Taylor has been charged with two offences. Two videos recently surfaced showing Lorna Taylor harassing Tory party campaigners in Cowie.
She intimidated the campaigners by following them through the streets screaming abuse at them. You can see our earlier report and the two videos here.
Scottish Nationalists have once again been at their vile best. This time right outside the building where the SNP GE 2017 Manifesto was launched.
These totally vile Scottish Nationalists are chanting: "If you hate the TORY Traitors clap your hands".
Once again, they've been stupid enough to be caught on camera.
The SNP and their supporters are throwing the Police Scotland VAT grievance about at this moment in time. Many don't seem to know that the Scottish Government were advised that VAT could not be recovered once centralisation had taken place.
On the 1st April 2013 Police Scotland came into force.
Kenny MacAskill continued: "We have not received any formal reasons for your decision but I understand it is on the basis that the SPA and SFRS will be funded by central government."
This proves that Kenny MacAskill knew at least NINE months in advance that the new, centralised, Police Scotland would not be able to recover VAT.
Dundee based Alister Craigie has been charged for his social media outbursts following the Manchester Arena atrocity.
Reports are suggesting Alister Craigie has been charged with posting racist and abusive messages on Facebook.
With the general election 2017 polling day just around the corner we decided to refresh our list of SNP MPs (candidates) who are following the controversial Wings Over Scotland twitter account.
Alasdair MacPherson, councillor for Bannockburn, is under the spotlight today for his insensitive messages.
In the first message he actively supports the confrontation of the "toxic Tory candidate" and welcomes him being driven away, unable to canvas the area.
Scottish Nationalist and SNP Member Lorna Taylor harasses Scottish Tories going about their lawful business
SNP Members have filmed themselves harassing Tory campaigners from a car. The driver appears to be none other than Lorna Taylor.
In this video she tells somebody known as Mary to "Put that window down Mary, put that window right down". The driver appears to be Lorna Taylor - and she appears to be the one holding the phone/camera. All whilst driving and screaming at Tory campaigners going about their lawful business.
A few days ago the Scottish National Party (SNP) were forced to backtrack and apologise to a nurse following a night of disgraceful and repugnant attacks. The attacks have since continued as SNP supporters attempt to ridicule and discredit Nurse Claire Austin.
Nurse Claire Austin questioned the First Minister during a televised BBC Leaders' Debate. Ms Austin made Nicola Sturgeon admit the nurses had only received one per cent increases since 2008.
The SNP candidate for the 2017 local elections attacked Lib Dem Christine Jardine on the day of her husband's funeral.
Simon Hayter stood as a Scottish National Party candidate in WARD 7 SIGHTHILL/GORGIE. He was unsuccessful with only 7.6% of the vote.
SNP Councillor Jim Finn has reportedly received a £100 fixed penalty for crashing into family car in Clydebank last week.
It was alleged in a previous facebook post that Jim Finn, a councillor on the West Dunbartonshire council, had crashed into a parked car during a "road rage fight".
We published an article a couple of days ago showing some pretty evil tweets accusing the UK Government of having a hand in the despicable Manchester Arena terrorist atrocity.
SNP candidate Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh's former law company has entered into administration.
The failure of Hamilton Burns WS has been blamed on a drop in legal aid income and very high levels of historic debt.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who has been affected by the Manchester Arena atrocity. Our prayers are with you.
A group of vile Scottish Nationalists took to Twitter and facebook today to accuse the UK Government of having a hand in the Manchester Arena terrorist atrocity. Others went as far as to suggest the barbaric act was good news for Theresa May. Here's a selection of the worst.
The SNP have been forced to backtrack and apologise to a nurse following a night of disgraceful and repugnant attacks.
Nurse Claire Austin questioned the First Minister during a televised BBC Leaders' Debate. Ms Austin made Nicola Sturgeon admit the nurses had only received one per cent increases since 2008.
Ms Austin made her thoughts to Nicola Sturgeon clear: "The NHS - you say that you have ploughed millions into it - I am a nurse who can’t manage on the salary that I have, I have to go to foodbanks. I am struggling to pay bills. I want you to explain to me if you know one area where any of that money has gone? Can you tell me because I can absolutely assure you nurses are seeing none of it on the ground floor."
The SNP Councillor for Springburn, Graham Campbell, has been credited with an astonishing facebook rant about his council colleagues. He refers to the group leader as a "staunch unionist" and "an asswipe".
A facebook post is alleging that SNP Councillor Jinn Finn has been involved in a road rage incident. It is further alleged that he then hit a parked car and then drove off.
Jim Finn is a councillor on the West Dunbartonshire council. Jim Finn holds the positions of Convener of the Planning & Licensing Committees and Convener of the Tendering Committee.
SNP candidate Mhairi Black is under sever pressure following a meeting over the proposed closure of the children's ward at the Royal Alexandra Hospital.
Mhairi had organised a meeting with the Scottish Health Minister, Shona Robison, and locals to discuss the planned closure of Ward 15.
SNP candidates Stewart Hosie and Chris Law are being ridiculed by leaflets which are being left around Dundee City centre. Stewart Hosie is standing for re-election in Dundee East and Chris Law is hoping to be re-elected in Dundee West.
Another flyer said to have been left in a Dundee car park has an image of Mr Law, also with tick boxes next to words including “financial irregularities (but not enough evidence for a charge)”.
Serena Cowdy appears to be back on the scene in Dundee! The first pictures of SNP candidate Stewart Hosie out on the campaign trail with Serena Cowdy have started to appear. The Sun have shown pictures of Sewart Hosie and Serena Cowdy outside an SNP Party Office in Dundee.
SNP candidate Paul Monaghan is once again under the spotlight. Paul Monaghan has been accused of 'misrepresenting' NHS Doctor Alison Brooks. It is understood that Dr Alison Brooks has sought legal advice after Paul Monaghan's campaign circulated leaflets stating that the Scottish Government is supporting her work as the chair of the Caithness Maternity and Gynaecology Group. The leaflet is titled "Safeguarding our NHS".
Henry McClelland was elected to represent Annandale South in Dumfries and Galloway in the Council elections last week.
It has been alleged that Henry McClelland, chairman of of Annan Athletic, has been betting on 'thousands' of games over the last six years. It is understood that over four hundred bets involved his own club.
SNP candidate Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh has confirmed that the Law Society are investigating "administrative matters" in relation to her time as a solicitor. It is believed that Ms Ahmed-Sheikh is still on the roll of solicitors but does not currently hold a practising certificate.
Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh was elected as the MP for Ochil and South Perthshire in 2015 and is the SNPs candidate for the 2017 General Election. Ms Ahmed-Sheikh is a senior member of the SNP, and sits on its ruling National Executive Committee.
A new BuzzFeed report is suggesting that Paul Monaghan has been reported to parliament's Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) about Monaghan's office manager's alleged use of his constituency office for a campaign meeting before the dissolution of parliament.
A BBC investigation has documented at least seventy sham marriages in Glasgow involving young women from deprived countries such as Romania and Slovakia.
Jim Laird, one of Scotland's leading experts on human trafficking, said: "There's a high number of victims from the Govanhill area, and that's because there's a clear link between Eastern European crime gangs, who have human trafficking as one of the things they do, and links with organised Asian crime gangs in Glasgow.
Rosa Zambonini has kicked off the start of the 2017 Generation in typical SNP style. She has tweeted: "The Torys seem to be rolling out Annie Wells as the working class face of the party. Frankly she seems clueless and incompetent"
The local elections had barely finished before SNP Youth Communicator, Gavin Lundy, had kicked off a flag row.
First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, had tweeted: "Glasgow City Chambers looking stunning this morning as it prepares to open its doors to a new @theSNP administration."
Gavin Lundy then passed it on with his own quote: "No more Union Jacks over City Chambers."
Emma Harper, SNP, MSP, seems to be going to great lengths to claim a Flyer quoting her as saying: "I'm the nurse who will kick the last Tory out of Scotland" is fake. Now, the flyer may not be official - but she certainly did say she'd kick the last Tory out of Scotland.
Independent MP Michelle Thomson has released a statement confirming that the SNP National Executive Committee have ruled that she cannot stand for selection in the forthcoming General Election.
In the run-up to the SNP's autumn 2016 conference, reports suggested that Michelle Thomson was about to resume the whip after the Westminster group of MPs called for their former colleague to be readmitted. A meeting of the party's National Executive Committee decided that the matter would be "continued for further consideration".
SNP candidate and depute leader of Edinburgh City Council, Frank Ross, has failed to register his ownership of a hotel with officials. It is believed that Frank Ross owns a significant share of the Silverfjord Hotel in Kingussie.
Frank Ross is standing for re-election in Corstorphine-Murrayfield.
Professor Jill Stephenson has written another fantastic article which has been published on the Scotsman's website. You can read the article here.
As usual these brilliant pieces by Jill bring angry Nationalists/Separatists out of their hiding places to try and intimidate and troll her.
How can Alison Thewliss support vulnerable women when she condones charities refusing to work with the DWP?
SNP MP Alison Thewliss professes to be supporting women who may be affected by the so-called "Rape Clause".
Three of the most prominent rape crisis charities and feminist organisations have said they will not "collude" or "comply" with the so-called "Rape Clause".
How can Alison Thewliss say she supports these vulnerable women when she is supporting and promoting the organisations who are refusing to engage with the DWP?
In recent days we've seen Alison Thewliss and the SNP attack the Conservatives and Ruth Davidson in a pack-like manner. The so-called "Rape Clause" is being used by the SNP to get "Tory" and "Rape" into the same sentence. Nobody from the SNP will tell you how many women this "Rape Clause" will affect. We've researched this thoroughly. Read on to find out the full facts.
In recent days we've seen Alison Thewliss and the SNP attack the Conservatives and Ruth Davidson in a pack-like manner. The so-called "Rape Clause" is being used by the SNP to get "Tory" and "Rape" into the same sentence. Nobody from the SNP will tell you how many women this "Rape Clause" will affect. We've research this thoroughly. Read on to find out the full facts.
SNP MPs Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh, Paul Monaghan, Corri Wilson and Joanna Cherry have jetted off to "Tartan Week" in New York City.
Earlier this week the press reports suggested that the trip has been funded by public money which was handed to opposition parties to carry out their parliamentary duties.
Paul Monaghan, who loves a trip, tweeted: "My colleagues and I bursting with pride leading New York City's fantastic Tartan Day Parade down the Avenue of the Americas today. #NYCTW".
Anas Sarwar, MSP for Glasgow, today tweeted that he had been sent a picture of a noose and gallows.
Anas Sarwar has tweeted: "SNP folk including a candidate at the election think this is an appropriate image to send political opponents including me.. civic & joyous?"
It is being widely reported that Claire Leitch is the SNP candidate mentioned.
So, the First Minister has sent a letter to Theresa May begging for a second independence referendum.
With this in mind we thought we'd perform a quick check to see if Nicola Sturgeon has had the mindfulness to start getting her house in order.
We were hoping that Ms Sturgeon may have spoken to her 54 + 2 independent MPs and had a wee word or two about following the controversial Wings Over Scotland Twitter account.
The SNP candidate selection process is being called into question once again as their candidate for Angus has been accused of posting 'sickening' images to his Twitter account.
Paul Wright is due to stand for the Brechin and Edzell ward.
Susan Aitken, SNP group leader in Glasgow City Council is under fire for “talking Glasgow down” and saying that parts of the city “are not liveable”.
Recent surveys show that 94% of residents said they were either satisfied or very satisfied with Glasgow as a place to live. Glasgow is ranked as the third-best city in the UK for quality of life.
Every so often Nationalists throw out incorrect information regarding who will pay pensions in an independent Scotland.
Neil Lovatt has put some work into getting the official line from the Department of Work & Pensions.
As Scottish Conservative leader, Ruth Davidson, has said "..you know what they say about imitation and flattery....".
In recent days Twitter is awash with pictures of Nicola Sturgeon seemingly following in Margaret Thatcher's footsteps. Is Nicola Sturgeon consciously copying Margaret Thatcher?
First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has formally signed a letter requesting powers to allow her to hold a second Scottish Independence referendum. The full letter can be read at this end of this article.
Nicola Sturgeon believes there have been "material" changes which allow her to call for a new independence referendum.
First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has pledged to halt any privatisation of the Scottish NHS. She should, therefore, understand the rising anger as figures show the Scottish NHS spent over £80m with private companies.
This is despite Nicola Sturgeons pledge to save Scotland from the “creeping privatisation” of the NHS south of the border.
SNP MP Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh got a tad stroppy during a radio interview with BBC Radio 5live host Emma Barnett.
Emma Barnett reeled off NHS Scotland statistics after suggesting people were labelling the SNP a "single issue party".
SNP MSP Kenneth Gibson is under fire for failing to declare a financial interest in a Glasgow flat. Mr Gibson is reported to have failed to declare that he rented out his Glasgow flat whilst he chaired a Holyrood Finance Committee. Ironically the committee was examining a new bill affecting, wait for it, landlords.
It is being reported tonight that SNP Cabinet member Roseanna Cunningham had a 'meltdown' after Holyrood was suspended following a Westminster terrorist attack.
Environment Secretary Cunningham is being accused of saying that Conservative rivals "gave in to terrorists" and didn't want to talk about independence.
Earlier tonight SNP MP John Nicolson tweeted that the Westminster terrorist attacker was Trevor Brooks - describing him as a "home grown fanatic".
John Nicolson tweeted: "Murderer identified as Hackney born Trevor Brooks. Another home grown fanatic. I remember his public heckling of John Reid."
The Wings Over Scotland twitter account has been labelled 'vile' following tweets made after the Westminster terrorist atrocity today.
One of the first tweets from the Wings Over Scotland account asked: "I wonder if hundreds of furious Yoons are screaming that the Welsh Assembly needs to be suspended".
Hilarious pictures are today circulating pinned to lampposts in Nicola Sturgeon's constituency Glasgow Southside.
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SNP council candidate Julie Bell has embarrassed herself by claiming on Twitter that Scotland has been 'pillaged' for 300 years. Julie Bell is a health and safety worker and holistic therapist. Ms Bell also sits on the national committee of the Women for Independence Group.
SNP MP Alison Thewliss can now take her emotions from "great frustration" to full grievance mode.
Alison Thewliss has been tirelessly campaigning to scrap a specific clause in the rules for tax credit entitlement. If a mother wishes to claim tax credits for a third, or subsequent child, who was born as a result of a rape she is required to provide some evidence or verification that the rape claim is true. Assessments could possibly be made by health workers, police, social workers or rape charities.
As MPs passed through the division lobbies during Brexit voting anti-everything SNP MPs started whistling and singing Beethoven's "Ode To Joy" in a pathetic attempt to disrupt proceedings.
Deputy Speaker Lindsay Hoyle had to call order to shut the pathetic SNP group up. Video appeared to show a North Ayrshire and Arran MP, Patricia Gibson, conducting the sing song.
The SNP have still not brought MSP John Mason to task for his recent Twitter activity. SNP MSP John Mason seems to have implied that the IRA killers of three Scottish soldiers can be called "Freedom Fighters".
Stephen Daisley has written a superb article revealing the underhand and disgraceful tactics emloyed by SNP MPs John Nicolson and Pete Wishart. The article has the title: "SNP tried to silence me. And their freedom to bully, vilify and malign is a chilling glimpse of one-party Scotland".
SNP MP Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh is in full victim mode after a long line of alleged abuse - a lot of it seemingly from Tories...
Just in case she forgets her identity- or, maybe, in case we forget, she has pinned a tweet to her Twitter account:
SNP MSP Christina McKelvie appeared to accuse Ruth Davidson of using the weekly opportunity to hold the First Minister to account to advance the cause of her 'Tory cronies'.
Ruth Davidson had asked the First Minister why some business rates were being increased by over 60%.
SNP MP Chris Law has been under investigation for the last few months in relation to allegations of embezzlement.
The allegations centred around the Spirit of Independence organisation, which he founded as a campaign vehicle ahead of the 2014 referendum.
Let's Save Govanhill are today reporting that SNP Councillor Mhairi Hunter refused local residents entry to a Govanhill summit meeting attended by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
The meeting on 27th January was called to end the misery of Govanhill in Glasgow. The meeting took place in Nicola Sturgeon's local constituency office.
MSP Alex Neil has claimed Police Scotland are in 'crisis' as reports suggest Police Scotland may have a £200m black hole in their finances by 2021.
The claim followed spending regulators suggesting that a 'cumulative deficit' of £200m is a 'conservative' estimate.
Hanna Bardell, SNP MP for Livingston, actually had the audacity to stand up in the House of Commons today, brandishing a copy of Scotland's Future, to "remind the Tory Government what a real white paper actually looks like".
Another day, another SNP open letter complaining about another grievance.
Today's open letter is to Ms Amanda McMillan, Chief Executive Officer at Glasgow Airport Limited. Today's grievance is new charges for a dedicated pick-up and drop-off facility.
Figures just released show that Scotland exports four times more to the rest of the UK than it does to the EU.
Exports to the rest of the UK are estimated at £49.8 billion (an increase of £2.1 billion) compared to exports of £12.3 billion (an increase of £520 million) to the EU.
The new release of the SFC Statistical Publication showing 2016-16 College statistics has shown only a rise of 339 students since last year.
Even though there was a tiny rise in students there was a massive drop of enrolments - down by 15,960. This means that roughly the same amount of students as last year have actually enrolled in 15,960 fewer courses than last year.
An official Crime and Justice report by the Scottish Government claims there were only 7.000 violent crimes recorded in 2014-15.
The Scottish Conservative shadow justice secretary Douglas Ross has written to the Scotland's Justice Secretary, Michael Matheson, to inform him that it was almost impossible to gauge violent crime because of the disparity in figures used.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has started banging the Independence drum once again.
The SNP has also promised to put forward 50 "serious and substantive" amendments to the Brexit bill. The amendments include a proposal that the UK would stay in the EU under 'revised' membership if MPs reject the final deal with Brussels.
Stephen Daisley, the journalist at the centre of the SNP 'gagging' row is reported to have resigned his senior role at STV.
STV stopped publishing Mr Daisley's articles on their website after SNP MPs Pete Wishart and John Nicolson allegedly spoke to Mr Daisley's bosses.
The SNP are planning to cut the fund which pays for free pensioner bus passes. The costs were £207.8 million this year - but the draft budget recently published shows it is set to drop to £198.3m in 2017/18.
Bus firms are warning that costs may have to be passed on to passengers. if the draft budget is approved bus routes may have to be axed - leaving elderly passengers without vital services.
Under pressure Scotrail boss Phil Verster has resigned his position. Phil Verster is moving on to become managing director of the East West rail project between Oxford and Cambridge.
Mr Verster has been facing intense pressure in recent months, mainly due to the rail service's failure to meet targets on punctuality and reliability.
SNP MP for Aberdeen North, Kirsty Blackman, has asked the Prime Minister, Teresa May, about any intention to apply EVEL (English Votes for English Laws) when dealing with the great Repeal Bill.
All EU law will be brought into UK statute by a Great Repeal Bill set to be unveiled in the Queen’s Speech later this year.
The Scottish Tories submitted a freedom of information request to discover NHS Lothian have paid over £1528 for one shift in 2014/15. NHS Lothian have also recently paid £1,257 for a shift to be covered in 2015/16 and £1,333 in 2013/14.
NHS Lothian have said agency staff are required to fill “unexpected and short notice” gaps.
Scotrail boss Phil Verster has said that Scotrail don't have the cash to backup Humza Yousaf's promises.
SNP Transport Minister Humza Yousaf announced last month that monthly and annual season-ticket holders will get a “free week” paid as a “thank-you” for their patience during disruption and upgrades.
In mid-December reports suggested that HMRC were in the process of taking action against SNP MP Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh. At the time Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh responded with a tweet: "Contrary to reports I have no outstanding personal tax liability whatsoever with HMRC"
During a debate on violence against women Michelle Thomson alleged that she had been raped at the age of 14 by somebody she knew. Michelle Thomson declared: "I'm not a victim. I'm a survivor."
SNP MP Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh has gone on the offensive rubbishing allegations that HMRC have two cases to be heard which concern her.
Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh has pinned a tweet to her Twitter account making if clear that she has "no outstanding personal tax liability whatsoever with HMRC".
The full tweet says: "Contrary to reports I have no outstanding personal tax liability whatsoever with HMRC, and have received no notification of any court action"
In another embarrassing episode for the SNP Transport Minister Humza Yousaf has been caught driving a friend's car without the proper insurance.
After stopping Humza Yousaf on the A835 between Inverness and Ullapool a routine check by police officers highlighted the offence. It appears Humza Yousaf was only permitted to drive his own car under his insurance cover.
SNP MPs are in a right tiswas today following an announcement that some Glasgow Job Centres are to close.
SNP MP Stewart McDonald has tweeted: "Half of Glasgow Jobcentres to close under UK Government plans".
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is under pressure this week to sack under pressure transport Minister Humza Yousaf.
ASLEF General Secretary Mick Whelan said "The Scottish government response to the rail crisis has been pathetic. Transport Minister Humza Yousaf has stood by while Abellio Scotrail takes Scotland's passengers and taxpayers for a ride."
Peter Zhang, head of Sino Fortone, has criticised the Scottish Government for its lack of 'commitment' to the Memorandum of Understanding between the SNP Government and a Chinese consortium.
2017 will see 11 new payments being devolved and put into the care of the Scottish Government. It has since come to light that the Scottish Government doesn't want to take responsibility for these payments until 2020 as they don't have the 'proper systems' in place to administer the payments.
Ms Black, MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire South, recently took part in a "Road to Independence" roadshow in Peterhead. During the roadshow many participants have said that Mhairi said "she held her nose while she was voting for Remain".
Ayr MP Corri Wilson has been branded a "cuckoo in the nest". Corri Wilson has sided with North Ayrshire SNP MP Patricia Gibson in a bid to keep the Arran ferry in Ardrossan. This has surprised some people as a rival Troon bid is actually closer to her constituency.
SNP MP Joanna Cherry launched into a scathing attack on the BBC Question Time audience last night.
Nicola Sturgeon has today confirmed that the Lord Advocate will lodge a formal application to intervene in the UK Government's appeal to the Supreme Court on the triggering of Article 50.
John Nicholson's hypocrisy has been highlighted this weekend as he has only submitted three written questions since the General Election last year!
The SNP infighting has started following revelations by SNP MSP Alex Neil that he had voted for Brexit and that "one or two" of his Holyrood colleagues had approached him to say they had also backed Brexit.
The cancellation of a "Memorandum of Understanding" signed with a Chinese consortium is now causing extreme embarrassment for the SNP and Nicola Sturgeon.
Nicola Sturgeon has said: "We will be looking at the judgement very carefully and yes we will actively consider whether there is a case for the Scottish Government to become participants in that case."
SNP MP Lisa Cameron had complained to the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO) which it received on 4th May this year. The case details are: 02714-16 Cameron v Scottish Daily Mail
In a blow for the minority SNP Government MSPs have voted to repeal the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act. The SNP continue to support the legislation citing there is no alternative being suggested to replace it.
Latest reports are suggesting that the Pensions Regulator has launched enforcement action against Sir Philip Green - as well as other former owners of BHS.
The regulator was seeking to "redress" for BHS's 20,000 pension scheme members after the collapse of BHS.
SNP Councillor Shabbor Jaffri is the latest person to be suspended by the SNP. It follows a probe which is said to have run for many months.
SNP councillor Dr Imtiaz Majid has been accused by Sheriff Morag Galbraith of being "evasive" and said she did not find him credible at all.
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale has said that student debt has become Scotland's biggest financial asset. Ms Dugdale has highlighted that student debt has hit £2.7bn.
Kezia Dugdale also reminded us that the SNP pledged to write off all student debt before the 2007 Holyrood election - but ditched the promise once they won power.
Six months in power and the SNP haven't introduced a single piece of legislation! Nothing new has been presented to MSPs for consideration. In fact, it has been over a year since the SNP Government has introduced a new bill to the Parliament.
It looks like the end of the road for Independence Campaigners who are camping outside the Scottish Parliament.
The Scottish Police Authority (SPA) have said that staff costs are the main reason that Police Scotland will exceed their budget by at least £17 million for the current year.
The overspend is despite First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announcing an £18m uplift in the police budget for 2016/17.
SNP TRANSPORT Minister Humza Yousaf was questioned at Holyrood amid claims claims of stalled projects, declining services, overcrowding, cancellations and delays. He was quizzed by the Scottish Parliament's Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee.
It's been a fantastic night at the Scottish Politician Of The Year awards for the Scottish Conservatives. Scottish Conservative leader, Ruth Davidson, won "Politician Of The Year" award. Ruth Davidson was also awarded the Donald Dewer debater of the year award. MP David Mundell received the award for "Best Scot at Westminster".
The Daily Mail is reporting that SNP MP Dr Paul Monaghan has paid his brother over 250 hours of overtime in just one year.
By our estimations Stuart Campbell and his Wings Over Scotland operation have raised over £290,000 from crowdfunding alone. Stuart Campbell's Crowdfunding site of choice seems to be Indiegogo.
David Frost is to leave his role on the Scottish Government's advisory council on Europe and will join Boris Johnson's team with a senior foreign affairs role.
Mr Frost will also step down from his role as chief executive of the Scottish Whisky Association (SWA).
David Watt, leader of the Institute of Directors (IoD) in Scotland, has urged the SNP to lift the fracking moratorium in order to ensure energy requirements are met.
Mr Watt believes there could be an energy crisis in the next five years and points out that energy requirements will not be met with wind and other renewables alone.
Anne McLaughlin and Mhairi Black are having a WASPI Information day on 29th October 2016 - between 12 and 2pm.
The location is ng Homes, 139 Saracen Street, Possilpark, G22 5AZ.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon attended Downing Street today for talks with Theresa May. Also in attendance were Scottish government's Brexit minister, Michael Russell, Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones and Northern Ireland's First MinisterÂ Arlene Foster.
Govanhill residents have met and pleaded with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon for help to clean up her constituency.
John Nicolson: 'The criminalisation of thousands of gay and bisexual men, who were cautioned, convicted, imprisoned and even castrated under homophobic laws that banned sex between consenting adult men is a blemish on our history that we must now apologise and atone for as a society.'
Lesley Riddoch & Scottish weather map
Philip Sim has been covering the IndyCamp appeal today and has kept us thoroughly entertained throughout the day with his hilarious commentary.
Angus MacNeil has once again shown why he is the 'clown' of the SNP.
Angus MacNeil has promoted a document listing several reasons why Scotland has no debt and that it is a 'false deficit'. The document has NO factual content whatsoever - there doesn't appear to be any statements which are true or correct!
MSP Shona Robison, Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport has recently claimed that the Scottish Government holds no information on how much is being spent on the outsourcing of NHS services in any year since 2007.
SNP MP Corri Wilson has raised eyebrows once again after employing another family member, Shannon Donoghue.
The register of members' financial interests, which was updated on 3rd October 2016, now shows Shannon Donoghue employed as a caseworker/personal assistant.
In the aftermath of calls that the election was full of "dirty tricks" Tasmina Ahmed Skeikh announced on Twitter that she is to be the SNP National Women's & Equalities Convener.
Gregg Brain has taken to the stage at the SNP conference in Glasgow.
The BBC accidentally played pictures of an escaped gorilla at London Zoo instead of a picture of First Minister Nicola Sturgeon!
BBC Presenter Naga Munchetty said: "We are going to be joined by Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. We'll talk to her about plans for a second Independence referendum."
In the words of SNP MP Pete Wishart - the SNP are a dog's breakfast. They are since MP Steve Paterson claimed for the care of a dog on his Westminster expenses!
Steve Paterson, MP for Stirling, had the nerve to claim £40.50 for "care of dog while in London". The expense type was Travel - where was the dog taken to warrant a cost of £40.50?
In the same week that saw Ex-SNP MP Natalie McGarry charged with a host of offences SNP MP Chris Law has been detained and questioned by police. It is being reported that MP Chris Law was questioned about the the accounts of the Spirit of Independence organisation, which he founded as a campaign vehicle ahead of the 2014 referendum.
Aamer Anwar, has been quoted as saying: "Following an interview she was charged with several alleged offences, including embezzlement of funds, breach of trust and an offence under the Scottish Independence Referendum Act 2013."
The First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has defended SNP MP Joanna Cherry over her tweets supporting rap group Witsherface. Sturgeon said it wouldn't be "appropriate or reasonable" for Joanna Cherry to be described as "homophobic" following her tweets.
Before interference by the SNP police and fire services in Scotland were controlled by local councils which can claim back VAT. The new national forces are controlled by the Scottish Government which cannot claim back VAT.
The question on everybody's lips is "did the SNP Government collude with CalMac bosses to keep unions in the dark"? It is thought the unions may have triggered a strike if they had known the full story.
Yesterday's "Dyke" row involving Joanna Cherry showing support for rappers who openly called Ruth Davidson a "Dyke" has continued to rumble on.
The rappers performed an act at an Independence Rally with disgraceful lyrics about Ruth Davidson's sexuality.
Joan McAlpine is embroiled in a fresh row for using children as political pawns in a twitter post:
Joan McAlpine posted: "Nice to meet up with the Yeslings again at Glasgow Green today"
SNP MP Joanna Cherry QC today put her support behind a video which openly mocks Conservative Leader Ruth Davidson's sexuality.
The video refers to Ruth Davidson as a "Dyke".
Today's Independence Rally in George Square, Glasgow, has been a complete disaster.
We expected Independence supporters to be quoting tens of thousand's of people taking part. To see if for our own eyes we kept an eye on the George Square camera for most of the day.
SNP Councillor Joe Wallace has been appointed the new 'veterans champion'. However, a new recording of Councillor Joe Wallace ranting about the MoD passing veterans with drug and drink problems onto Midlothian has been released.
Stewart Hosie has taken to Twitter to voice his dis-satisfaction at the decision to reject a Scottish Six news programme.
In a Tweet tonight he said: "Scotland is an advanced, democratic nation. The UK says we're too immature even to have a serious news programme. "
Reports are circulating suggesting that the SNP are seriously considering reinstating Michelle Thomson into the party.
Michelle Thomson voluntarily withdrew from the SNP whip last year after police began an investigation into property details
Angus Robertson is reported to have received the backing of the First Minister's parents, Joan and Robin Sturgeon. Angus Robertson said: "It is an honour to get the backing of Joan and Robin Sturgeon. I've known them for years, after joining the SNP at the age of 16".
SNP MP Kirsty Blackman, MP for Aberdeen North, has taken to twitter with a series of tweets which are bound to embarrass a company providing business consulting, IT support and product development. Kirsty Blackman has been relentless in her pursuit of an answer from the company.