The General Election dominated FMQs and the row between Nicola Sturgeon and Kezia Dugdale which began during the STV leaders debate continued.
The Presiding Officer had to remind MSPs not to use “unparliamentary language” ( liar liar)
Of all the FMQs during this election campaign this was the most interesting.
Nothing to really set the heather alight today although one Tory did bring up dementia, and Ruth didn’t let us down she went on education. Kezia yes you guessed it she went with the national health as did Willie. No great soundbites but an interesting discussion on tactics for the last week of the Westminster general election.
This edition might get censored under the current draconian/fascist powers of the Maggie May regime. In which case you wont even read this…………??????????????????
Gary Robertson questions Duncan Hothersall on the Labour Party’s resurrection of the constitutional convention/federalism or as we like to say here,The long grass option.
Anna Raeburn and David Pratt point out the upside of having all the papers on your side for the Tories.
Marr points out there are two ‘small gaps’ in the policy no number on how many houses and no number on how much money. But Fallon admits they are building to sell.
The global hacking attack that headlines all news broadcast shows this weekend shows yet again why May has to label herself as “strong & stable” (coz she’s weak and fickle..pay attention at the back) whilst First Minister Nicola Sturgeon chaired her Scottish Resilience committee Friday evening to tackle the issue, May’s committee didnt meet until 14.30 BST Saturday and attempted to deflect interest by announcing a move to allow embarassing (especially by Tory councillors) social media to be deleted…
Emma Barnett of radio five live interviews the nearly as popular as Margaret Thatcher, Ruth Davidson into several corners created by Tory policy.