TWO OUTSTANDING REASONS TO VOTE ALBA.

Two  Outstanding reasons for an Alba List Vote Jim Sillars Political logic and a parliament for economic reconstruction The arithmetic is incontestable.  SNP List votes are truly wasted ones. I know, I have been at counts and seen them pile up and up, without winning a single seat. A List vote for Alba cannot be a wastedContinue reading “TWO OUTSTANDING REASONS TO VOTE ALBA.”

FIRST MINISTER AND JIM SILLARS IN NEW LETTER EXCHANGE.

JIM SILLARS REPLIES. 28th. February Rt.Hon. Nicola Sturgeon, MSP First Minister Scottish Government St. Andrew’s House Edinburgh EH1 3DG Dear Nicola, Confirmation of complaint of you breaching the Ministerial Code I did not reply immediately to your letter to me, as I thought careful consideration should be given to what you had to say inContinue reading “FIRST MINISTER AND JIM SILLARS IN NEW LETTER EXCHANGE.”

JIM SILLARS LODGES FORMAL COMPLAINT AGAINST THE FIRST MINISTER

25th. February 2021 Ms. Leslie Evans Permanent Secretary Scottish Government St. Andrew’s House Edinburgh EH1 Dear Ms. Evans,  FIRST MINISTER IN BREACH OF THE MINISTERIAL CODE ON 24TH FEBRUARY 2021 I wish to lodge a complaint of breaches  of the Ministerial Code by the First Minister on Wednesday 24th. February, 2021. The substance of the complaint, and the factsContinue reading “JIM SILLARS LODGES FORMAL COMPLAINT AGAINST THE FIRST MINISTER”

WHAT SORT OF SCOTLAND BY JIM SILLARS

Iain Lawson’s article yesterday could be viewed in two different ways. It explains the agony facing an indy voter, who knows support for a good local MSP will be seen, when taken with all similar votes in the country, to be an endorsement of Nicola Sturgeon whose conduct he finds reprehensible. Or, he finds himselfContinue reading “WHAT SORT OF SCOTLAND BY JIM SILLARS”

LETTER OF THE WEEK FROM JIM SILLARS.

Originally published in the Scotsman The Scotsman I don’t know about Denmark, but something has been rotting in the State of Scotland, a concern  not dispelled by the Crown Office seeming to capitulate to the parliamentary committee of inquiry’s demand for evidential material.  That it should ask the committee not to make the evidence public, as though the public was not entitled toContinue reading “LETTER OF THE WEEK FROM JIM SILLARS.”