I first met Scottish Conservative MSP Adam Tomkins in the aftermath of his election to the Scottish Parliament in 2016.
Neil Findlay has lived through one of the most turbulent periods in the entire history of the Scottish Labour Party.
In six months time, we will elect the people who will lead our nation forward over the coming five years.
“A survey revealed less than half of the SNP councillors support the proposed Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Bill.”
“I voted for Scottish independence in 2014. However, I also felt uneasy about the lack of a coherent economic prospectus.”
“My concern relates to the poor interpretation and application of the WHO recommendations, which is a serious misuse of them.”
“Current polls suggest the devastation of this pandemic could ensure the devastation of her political opponents in May next year.”
“The SNP’s Hate Crime Bill unites a diverse coalition of opponents from the Christian Institute to the National Secular Society.”
“When the public feel their politicians are for sale, it makes it increasingly hard for them to trust their leaders.”
“Jim Fairlie has written about being a truly sovereign nation and become a magnet for a number of Eurosceptic nationalists.”