AYE RIGHT RADIO. Colony Scotland or Equal Partner?. video 268 audio 25 S3

Colony Scotland or Equal Partner? 

  • Jimmy delivers the Covid briefing report which featured vaccination figures again…supplies,  jag centres,  delivery and a ScotGov row with the UKGov about secrecy…At the podium steady Jeane Freeman delivered steady Covid figures including an infection/test rate of 5.8% where the W.H.O. target is 5%…
  • The former First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones, has challenged the orthodoxy of the sovereignty of the Westminster parliament…He claims that that sovereignty breaches the conditions in the Treaty of Union between Scotland and England…His case names A V Dicey,  Joanna Cherry MP and Lady Hale (prorogation of parliament) …We discuss the relevance in Scotland today…
  • We roast Prime Minister Johnson’s visit to Scotland while still speculating about the real reason he came…Channel4 News gets roasted for metrocentric coverage of it with Scottish expat Tory MP Alberto Costa interviewed…Is Scotland a colony or an equal partner?…
  • Jimmy is seeking a Ghandi type leader for Scotland while still  maintaining that most politicians are vain, venal creatures.
Opinions by Stewart Lochhead, Norrie Stewart, Jimmy Hutton

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Colony Scotland or Equal Partner?

AYE RIGHT RADIO. Would the SNP Collapse Parliament?. video 266 audio 23 S3

Would the SNP Collapse Parliament? 

  • Wee PMQs report…
  • SGov Covid briefing on travel controls/quarantine hotels…Impact on tourism…
  • Prof Curtice on polls…Backlash from England?…
  • We’re the new Irish…Effectively causing a civil war…Surrounded by the EU…
  • Twitter attack on Jo Cherry.
Opinions by Jimmy Hutton, Norrie Stewart

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Would the SNP Collapse Parliament?

AYE RIGHT RADIO National Assembly Day. Video 263 Audio 20 S3

National Assembly Day 

  • We begin with three BBC shows;…
  • The Andrew Marr show featured UK Health Minister Hancock and Scotland’s FM Sturgeon with Glenn Campbell opining…Then the Politics Scotland show anchored by Andrew Kerr which featured DFM John Swinney and had Glenn Campbell – again…Finally The Big Question presented by Nicky Campbell worried about social media…
  • We then review Iain MacWhirter’s piece in the Herald exposing corruption at the Crown Office (prosecution service) led by Lord Advocate James Wolfe which Iain links to the Salmond V Sturgeon scandal…which we then discuss in depth…
  • Also mentioned are;…Anas Sarwar,  Rape Crisis Scotland,  NHS health boards,  Gordon Dangerfield and SKY’s James Mathews disappearing reports,  Peter A Bell,  the Real McKay seafood and the Red Hand Commando.

Correction and apology. Lord Advocate James Wolffe apologised on behalf of Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland. “Having previously defended the case, the Lord Advocate has now admitted that the Crown, under his predecessor Frank Mulholland QC, acted unlawfully during a substantial part of the proceedings. Documents recovered by the pursuers’ advisers show senior Crown Office lawyers speaking about the “need to nail the Duff & Phelps people” – referring to the pursuers’ firm at the time of their appointment as administrators. The court heard that no minutes appeared to exist of meetings chaired by Mr Mulholland to discuss strategy in the case.”

Opinions by Jimmy Hutton, Norrie Stewart, Phil Attridge, Stewart Lochhead

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National Assembly Day

Aye Right Radio videocast 253 podcast 10 S3. Footy, Fish and Fascism

 Footy, Fish and Fascism  

  • The Covid briefing report is upbeat.  Current figures for Scotland have plateaued.  Future lockdown rules could include closing food take-aways plus click and collect.  ‘Stay at Home and don’t go out to socialise’ is the message from the FM.  People are also going out to ‘promenade’ says Stewart.  
  • FM Sturgeon continues to receive support in the latest surveys.  The food replacement for a £30 voucher gets roasted as does MSP Michelle Ballantyne who has abandoned the Tories for Nigel Farage’s latest fascist party.  
  • Our latest opinions about the Salmond affair come at the end of the show.
Opinions by Stewart Lochhead, Norrie Stewart, Jimmy Hutton, Phil Attridge

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Footy, Fish and Fascism

Aye Right Radio videocast 250 podcast 7 S3. Mark Hirst is Innocent

Mark Hirst is Innocent  

  • It was a busy Friday press briefing.   In our review we cover the disturbing numbers in hospital and the high death rate.   We discover that it’s anti-virus anti-bodies that matter and not who makes the vaccination.   Teachers and police officers will not jump the vaccination queue.   The FM is in total command as per usual.  
  • We discuss another ill-informed piece in the New Statesman about Gordon Brown and DEVO, this time by Chris Deerin
  • Joanna Cherry reminds us of historical precedent as the SNP head to a National Assembly that will discuss “the tactics and strategy on the route from here to Independence Day”.  
  • Mark Hirst has been acquitted of the politically inspired charge in relation to the Alex Salmond affair. 
Opinions by Stewart Lochhead, Norrie Stewart, Jimmy Hutton

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Mark Hirst is Innocent

Aye Right Radio videocast 248 podcast 5 S3. A Reliable Alternative Route.

A Reliable Alternative Route  

  • The upcoming SNP National Assembly is focussing minds and the May Holyrood election campaign has begun.  Will the unionists get it delayed?  
  • We debate the reasons for mistrust in the SNP leadership and include contributions/solutions from MP Kenny MacAskill,  blogger Jason Michael and an Aye Right viewer.  
  • The USA elections get mentioned and the Scottish media get roasted again. 
Opinions by Stewart Lochhead, Norrie Stewart, Jimmy Hutton

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A Reliable Alternative Route

Aye Right Radio videocast 241 podcast 301. PARTITION

PARTITION  

  • Today we begin with the Brexit votes in Holyrood and Westminster.  After that we range across/mention in rough order…
  • Points of order,  Ian Blackford,  Ian Duncan Smith,  Keir Starmer,  Michael Gove,  Mark Francois,  disruption of Commons business,  Kenny MacAskill,  Labour leader in Scotland,  Richard Leonard,  Anas Sarwar,  Jackie Baillie,  Jenny Marra,  drown in a car park,  Neil Findlay,  The Vow,  Daily Record,  wobbly nose,  Jason Michael,  Murray Foote,  British spies,  Auchtermuchty,  77th. Brigade,  Scottish Press subsidy,  free press,  Leveson inquiry,  SNP manifesto,  UDI,  PARTITION.
Opinions by Stewart Lochhead, Norrie Stewart, Jimmy Hutton, Phil Attridge

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PARTITION

Aye Right Radio videocast 240 podcast 300. ‘She’s No Got the Chuckies’

‘She’s No Got the Chuckies’  

  • We begin with Jimmy’s report of last night’s Zoom Meeting on Plan B.  MP Angus Brendan MacNeil and Councillor Chris McEleny were in attendance.  Suzanne Blackley and Neil Mackay of AUOB hosted the evening.  
  • MP Pete Wishart blots his copybook with a rude reply to a letter from Dr. Timothy Rideout of the SNP Policy Development Committee.  We get excited over that.  
  • Paul Goodman of Conservative Home gets roasted for his London Times opinion piece.  
  • Jimmy coins some wonderful turns of phrase.  Norrie is on his own not wearing socialist red. Stewart apologises (again) for a mix-up over assemblies and letters.
Opinions by Phil Attridge, Jimmy Hutton, Stewart Lochhead, Norrie Stewart

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 ‘She’s No Got the Chuckies’ 

Aye Right Radio videocast 237 podcast 297. Legacy iScotland Panel Debate 2013

Legacy iScotland  Panel Debate  2013

  • An ‘as live’ recording by ‘3 Men In A Blog’
  • Behind the camera   Stewart Lochhead… 
  • Featuring… Kevin Williamson @williamsonkev ( Rebel Inc, Bella Caledonia, Neu Reekie ),  Duncan Hothersall @dhothersall ( Labour Hame, New Statesman, Business) ,  Iain McGill @iainmcgill ( Conservative Politician, Street Soccer,  Business),  Norrie Stewart @norriestew ( Aye Right Radio, Leith FM, Artist/Cartoonist, Business).
  • Note the date and the balance on the panel between YES and NO.

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Legacy iScotland Panel Debate 2013

Aye Right Radio videocast 236 podcast 296. Band of Brexiteers2

 Band of Brexiteers

  • Seasons greetings and thanks to all our viewers and listeners,  wherever you are.  
  • It was the last FMQs at Holyrood before Xmas but apart from the obligatory thanks and best wishes there was little to cheer.  Covid infections are still around 1000 a day.  Care homes are still a ‘damned if you do and damned if you don’t’ issue and Willie Rennie almost starred in a low firmament.  
  • Norrie and Stewart have another ‘debate’ about making progress towards an iScotland in the face of an anticipated refusal to negotiate from London.  
  • Fresh light on the new Covid variant comes from a New York Times article.. Who knew?
Opinions by Stewart Lochhead and Norrie Stewart

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Band of Brexiteers