The calling of a General Election by the Prime Minister may have caught everyone by surprise but it does not change the fundamentals of the current political scene – only a game-changing event, such as last year’s vote to leave the EU, or a vote for Scotland to leave the UK will do that.
Theresa May called the snap election in response to the threat of mass prosecutions of Tory MPs, an SNP politician has suggested. Pete Wishart, who represents Perth and North Perthshire, has called for an urgent statement over the future of Conservative members caught up in an election fraud investigation. He suspects the prospect of “up …
New pro-union think tank set to be launched as cross party campaigns continue campaigning activity PRO-INDEPENDENCE campaigners have called for increased efforts to bolster the case for independence as pro-union campaigners establish their own projects. A new unionist think tank, ‘These Islands’, was registered in February to provide a renewed case for a “progressive UK”.
An ambulance has been called to the Houses of Parliament after a Scottish MP is said to have collapsed during PMQs. Natalie McGarry, an independent MP, reportedly collapsed after being taken ill in the tea room at the House of Common while MPs gathered in the chamber for the weekly clash. It comes as MPs are set to vote on plans by Prime Minister Theresa May to hold a snap General Election in June. An ambulance was reportedly called this afternoon.
Ruth Davidson has predicted that June’s general election will demonstrate the SNP is “a party going downhill” as she attempts to use voter opposition to a second independence referendum to win a series of former Scottish Tory strongholds.
Nicola Sturgeon must be rubbing her hands with glee at this moment. In the aftermath of Theresa May’s announcement to hold a snap election, Sturgeon knows how most Scots will receive the news: badly. Provided May is allowed to hold the election by Parliament, it will most likely lead to a Conservative victory and further degradation of the opposition – one poll predicts the Conservatives will end up with a 100-seat lead in Parliament. So long 2020: May could stay in power until 2022.
A Tory candidate in the local elections has been suspended from the party after posting “extremely offensive” online comments about Nicola Sturgeon. Ken MacBrayne, 72, has been told he will receive no more support from the Scottish Conservatives after the emergence of Facebook posts targeting the First Minister as well as immigrants and asylum seekers.
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