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Police staff confidence hits new low

Douglas Ross

22 Mar 2017

Police officer confidence throughout Scotland has hit a new low, an internal survey conducted by Police Scotland has revealed.

The shocking statistics show that just one in 10 police officers believe that Police Scotland has a “positive future.”

It was reported this morning that the questionnaire asked all...Read More »


MacAskill describes SNP’s currency plans as ‘not just lamentable, but laughable’

dean-choice

22 Mar 2017

A former SNP frontbencher has described his party’s plans for the currency of a separate Scotland as “not just lamentable,...Read More »


SNP Indyref obsession failing Scotland

JCChoice

21 Mar 2017

The Scottish Parliament has been diverted by a “pointless” two-day debate on independence – when it should be debating on key issues like the NHS and education, the Scottish Conservatives have said today.

The criticism was sparked following the SNP’s decision for Holyrood to spend two...Read More »


Scots ‘sick to death’ of the SNP’s independence games

Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson MSP speaking during First Minister's Questions held in the Scottish parliament, Edinburgh today. 09 June 2016. Pic - Andrew Cowan/Scottish Parliament

21 Mar 2017

The people of Scotland are “sick to death” of nationalist games on independence, Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has said.

Speaking as part...Read More »


Green lies on referendum re-run exposed

amphoto - Annie Wells MSP, Scottish Conservative Party elected after the Scottish Parliament General Election 2016. No Syndication No Sales Picture © ALLAN MILLIGAN Tuesday 10th May 2016 mobile 07884 26 78 79

20 Mar 2017

The Greens’ election manifesto will be deemed a “lie” if the party sides with the SNP in backing a second independence referendum, the Scottish Conservatives have said.

A series of remarks from the party and its “co-convener” Patrick Harvie have revealed a massive u-turn in recent...Read More »


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