Tweets and Posts Sky News on TwitterA vote for the SNP is a vote to escape Brexit.” @NicolaSturgeon says as an independent country, Scotland would be in a “unique” position to ‘act as a bridge between the UK and the EU’ making them “a magnet for global investment”. Get #GE2019 news here👉 https://t.co/2qNAMp3yjj https://t.co/KquWE6Fuzp Kevin Hague on TwitterA detail, audit-trailed response to Ian Blackford’s amazing “Scotland has subsidised the rest of the UK in most of the last 40-year period” claim should interest @adamboultonSKY and @FactCheck among others https://t.co/pH6LpRVAOg Loreburne on Twitter@HTScotPol https://t.co/Aeo8l4yCyx Sturgeon may shine on national TV… but Scots viewers can see the tarnishPRIME-time televised political debates have a nasty habit of producing unexpected consequences. Affable Nick Clegg became an unlikely superstar in 2010 after taking the podium alongside David Cameron and Gordon Brown. A pale, sweaty Richard Nixon lost out in a 1960 TV clash with JFK after the more telegenic Kennedy, wearing makeup, coasted to victory. Culture of secrecy and spin must be purged from NHSSCOTLAND’s premier growth industry under the SNP is the public inquiry – and be in no doubt that business is booming. Institutional child abuse, a trams fiasco, the death of a man in police custody: all have been, or will be, subject to formal probes. Stephen Daisley on TwitterMuch more interesting than the content of this story is the fact the National published it. https://t.co/NAY1nZ4BoJ Agent P 🏴🇬🇧🇪🇦 on TwitterSir Rod Stewart says Scottish independence would be a shame, and the usual vile Scottish nationalists can’t wait to let their feelings be known. He’s English you see, so he isn’t allowed to have a view point. Murdo Fraser on TwitterReally good to see @NicolaSturgeon welcome this boost for Scottish engineering jobs & expertise. Oh, wait… https://t.co/hKV8f0dtCA ale deluttis on TwitterRebuked last March for misusing Health figures Nicola now in the dock for misleading use of employment numbers. Misusing? misleading?. Why not just call her a liar? @cultfree54 @2351onthelist @mmjblair @AgentP22 @Maureen6Johnson @graeme_from_IT @DrW0mbat @JohnLeoNo1087 @Bibbeth6 Yesterday’s men and Sturgeon’s cynical bid to revive their flagging careersLIKE an ageing Hollywood ham given a late-career second shot at the big time, John Nicolson is back on the election trail. Defeated two years ago in his former constituency of East Dunbartonshire, at the hands of Jo Swinson, he is now the SNP candidate for Ochil and South Perthshire. Ian Blackford on TwitterI am grateful to all of those who have contributed to our crowdfunder over the last 12 hours. Thank you very much. we have now reached our minimum target with a stretch target of £8,000. The more we raise, the more we can do to get our message across. https://t.co/hk0cpQZmjt Allan Sutherland on TwitterBrilliant article on tactical voting. https://t.co/sWUGJbdMXG Nicola Sturgeon on TwitterI hope in his heart @mgoldenmsp knows this comment was deeply ill judged and beneath him. Now more than ever, decent politicians should be united in welcoming people who choose to make Scotland their home – whether they come from England, like my late grandmother, or elsewhere. https://t.co/rhTqZYATDM Govan SNP on TwitterR/T Feorlean: Good to chat with Maggie Kinloch at the Citizen’s Assembly event in Edinburgh Castle tonight , along with Scottish Makar JackieKayPoet and members of the Assembly from #Arran Agent P 🏴🇬🇧 on TwitterUnmissable edition of Through the Keyhole tonight – STV 9pm. Don’t miss it. 😉 ITV News Border on TwitterNicola Sturgeon says Scottish independence is more likely than ever, but yesterday Scottish Secretary and local MP Alister Jack told us that the government would not support a second referendum. https://t.co/K5tJhycZQ3 Silvio Tattisconie ©💎 on Twitter@cameroni2009 Which parts of the entry requirements do you think we meet. It’s worth remembering that Spain will veto any approach. The SNP knows selling the truth is a complete non-starterBy Graham Grant CHAIRMAN Mao once called for ‘constant propaganda among the people on the facts of world progress and the bright future ahead’. His regime was responsible for up to 70million deaths so the future was far from bright for large swathes of the population, whom he considered expendable. Agent P on TwitterOuch! Sturgeon may be in Germany receiving some media prize tonight, Der Spiegel however, is less than impressed with “Populist Sturgeon” and reckon the award is a mistake. https://t.co/2MMp7e631N El Del on TwitterTo commemorate the decision of the Scottish people to remain in the UK 5 years ago, please enter the ‘Parcel O’ Rogues’. A gallery of #SNP’s huge number of criminals, convicts, the accused and their many odious fellow travellers. Who better to open it? Agent P on TwitterGet the popcorn ready… “They are running scared” Readers react to petition requiring two-thirds majority for independence referendumA campaign to raise the bar for a second independence referendum by insisting any constitutional change must be backed by two-thirds of voters has sparked debate amongst our readers. The Herald reported today that The Scotland Matters group has lodged a petition at the Scottish Parliament on the issue. Liz Truss on TwitterMy piece for Scottish Daily Mail on the £941m shortfall in Scottish tax revenues due to lower growth in Scotland. SNP need to take responsibility, lower taxes and back enterprise.👇 Class war is the dying groan from Sturgeon’s zombie governmentBy Graham Grant IN damning figures sneaked out over the summer recess, Scotland was revealed as the drug death capital of the developed world. You might have thought prolific tweeter Nicola Sturgeon would have taken to social media to comment on this social catastrophe. Kirstene Hair MP on TwitterPoll after poll shows Scots don’t want #indyref2, so the SNP are cooking up ever more extreme ideas to get their way such as an illegal referendum. Scotland can rely on the @ScotTories to stand up against this. https://t.co/6Yu3GOjswE Long-term view? No, we’ll just take a look out of the window…By Graham Grant HERE’s a cheap and easy method of putting your mind at rest if you’re worried about the economy – look out the window. For small business owners hammered by sky-high rates, or workers suffering cold sweats over an income tax hike, it could be just the ticket. RCMC on TwitterAnybody else would have been through the system. Why so long ?? BBC News – Alex Salmond trial ‘will start next year’ https://t.co/qqSSqF6BBr Agent P 🇬🇧🏴 on TwitterWhat did the SNP ever do for us? Screwed up the Queensferry Crossing. Screwed up the new Edinburgh Sick Kids Hospital. Screwed up the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Glasgow. And that’s just for starters.