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Untruths, deceits, bias & dirty tricks by Unionists to undermine serious debate about independence for Scotland.
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Grangemouth - Salmond rebukes BBC presenter over 'Scotland needs Westminster' claim

Grangemouth - Salmond rebukes BBC presenter over 'Scotland needs Westminster' claim | Unionist Shenanigans | Scoop.it

Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond has rebuked a BBC interviewer who claimed that a loan guarantee given to the owners of the Grangemouth plant would not have been possible without a London based Government.

 


Via Peter A Bell
Jim Arnott's insight:

All of Scotland need to be made aware of the BBC acting as the Westminster mouthpiece to spread distasteful propaganda in the independence debate. They continue to ignore pleas for balance in their coverage of the debate. This is a binary debate between Yes and No. The BBC have clearly forgotten how to spell Yes. 

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Salmond accused of 'playing fast and loose' with BBC over plans

Salmond accused of 'playing fast and loose' with BBC over plans | Unionist Shenanigans | Scoop.it
Shadow Scottish Secretary Margaret Curran slams First Minister over plans to break up broadcaster.

Via Peter A Bell
Jim Arnott's insight:

This must mean that Curran likes the BBC in Scotland as is. I wonder why.

 

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Peter A Bell's curator insight, August 22, 2013 6:06 AM

Another day. Another "Salmond accused" headline.

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For your licence fee today

For your licence fee today | Unionist Shenanigans | Scoop.it

Here’s the BBC’s chief political correspondent Norman Smith on the surprise sacking of Michael Moore as Secretary of State for Scotland, having clearly been extensively and expertly briefed on the Scottish political situation by researchers beforehand.

 


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