Commenting after tonight’s vote in the Scottish Parliament, in which Labour ended up voting against the extension of free school meals and Johann Lamont was unable to move away her from pre-prepared speech to comment on the Scottish Government’s childcare announcement, SNP MSP Annabelle Ewing said: “Today’s debate completely exposed Labour’s narrow partisan agenda. In their determination to attack everything proposed by the SNP, they ended up voting against policies which they themselves have claimed to support."
Only by choosing independence can we make Scotland the best place in the world to raise a family, writes Alex Salmond (First Minister @AlexSalmond says 2014 is "our moment to shine" http://t.co/ob40RNLsKL)...
The real test for SNP's popularity Herald Scotland On the first day of the year, we have the first poll of the year and in many ways it only appears to add to the uncertainty over exactly how the SNP is performing ahead of the referendum in...
BBC News Trident proposals immoral, say SNP Herald Scotland The Liberal Democrats oppose a like-for-like replacement and the two parties have agreed a stalemate where no final decision will be made until after the 2015 general election.
A Westminster Committee has called on the UK coalition to scrap the Bedroom Tax. The Scottish Affairs Committee interim report into the Bedroom Tax and its adverse effects in Scotland has been published today.
Better Together campaign receives £1.6m from donors since April stv.tv Angus Robertson MP, leader of the SNP in Westminster, said: "This list of donors to the No campaign is further proof that the anti-independence campaign is Tory to the core.
Child poverty campaigners have today welcomed an announcement by the First Minister that all children in P1 to P3 will receive a free healthy school lunch. Reacting to the announcement John Dickie, head of the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) in Scotland, said:
Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has urged Better Together campaign to reveal what No vote in referendum would mean for Scotland. (Better Together urged to reveal what No vote would mean for Scotland: Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has...
David Cameron is preparing to use the Parliament Act for the first time in a decade in order to force the EU Referendum Bill into law before the next election, the Telegraph has learnt (David Cameron preparing to use the Parliament Act for the first...
From the other side, Johann Lamont, two months ago in First Minister's Questions, declared, 'It wasn't my party which walked through the lobbies to create a Tory Government under Margaret Thatcher'. She then warmed to her ...
RECORD VIEW says new Falkirk candidate Whitefield and Scots party leader Johann Lamont have work cut out to restore Labour's reputation.
Jim Arnott's insight:
This is I believe the ex Labour MSP who was berated for making false claims about Monklands Hospital. Here lies and scaremongering were well and truly debunked by NHS Scotland and that is why she became an ex-MSP.
Labour in Scotland (and elsewhere for that matter) just seem incapable of learning from past mistakes.
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